BERLIN -- International TV sales are picking up in the run up to the Mipcom programming mart in Cannes, which kicks off Oct. 8.
BIARRITZ, France -- "The Americans," FX's drama series toplining Keri Russell and Matthew Rhys as KGB spies masquerading as a married American couple in the 1980s, will world premiere on the opening…
TOKYO -- With the backing of the Japanese government, seven major public and commercial broadcasters will launch a new format sales initiative called Treasure Box Japan at TV mart Mipcom, which runs…
Doc en Stock, the Paris-based company founded by Daniel Leconte ("Carlos") is producing "I Love Democracy," a collection of six one-hour documentaries set in Tunisia, Russia, Grece, Turkey, the U.S…
Newly created MipCube unites multidimensional landscape
With 2012 the year of Europe's self-imposed deadline to switch from analog to digital terrestrial television, or DTT, the region has been making "multichannel" its mantra.
Ever since U.S.-based Scripps Networks became the co-owner of British channel provider UKTV the company's fortunes have risen.
Six months ago the international TV tribe returned from the MipTV market in Cannes anxious about the future.
Film crowdfunding website Touscoprod is widening its scope with a new format open to all content, ranging from TV series to music vids to toons and shorts.
French pay TV giant Canal Plus has acquired miniseries "World Without End," which is based on Ken Follett's bestseller.
Digital technology, far from disrupting TV, is unleashing the power of the medium in new ways.