Touted as this year's most expensive Euro TV project, the 40 million euros ($35 million) miniseries "Napoleon" is set to role May 21.
German sales company Peppermint has concluded a deal to exclusively handle rights for production association Producers AG.
Germany's Bavaria Film is entering a co-production alliance with Swedish TV production company Jarowskij.
The U.S. contingent at Mip took on the world Monday -- Fox doing business with Greece, Universal sharing its history with Italy, Saban renewing vows with Brazil and the World Wrestling Federation…
The BBC and Pearson Television led the pack of British companies out of the gate Monday at the Mip TV trade show.
French broadcasting's movers and shakers hung on French culture minister Catherine Tasca's every word Monday as she announced a series of measures that will alter the landscape of French television.
The head of Canal Plus' French TV channel Monday dismissed as "completely false" reports that the paybox will have a lower presence at the Cannes Intl. Film Festival this year as part of wider…
Euro powerhouse broadcaster RTL is set to make a push into the U.S. indie feature film market, backed by the clout of the group's 18-odd TV stations.
Hispanic TV soon will be bubbling over with soaps. Brazilian mega-conglom Globo has finalized a five-year output deal with Telemundo that will see the U.S. Hispanic broadcaster airing annually at…
Documentaries are in demand, fueled by the proliferation of branded doc-focused channels. But old-school docs are an endangered species, threatened by reality programming, globalization and…
Jean-Paul Belmondo, Pele and Mick Fleetwood are among the dozen or so celebs skedded to grace the Croisette during the 38th annual Mip TV tradeshow, which opens today on the French Riviera.