German media giant Kirch Group packed them in again Tuesday at the company's traditional Mip market get-together, the Beta Brunch.
Audiences for reality programming may be dipping, but the genre is still having a "huge impact" on television around the world, Paris-based research outfit Eurodata TV said at the Mip TV trade show…
Lark Intl., the PBS channel consortium, and Canadian programmer Alliance Atlantis have partnered in a projected $16 million co-funding deal aimed at producing 30 hours of history and science…
TF1 Intl., the foreign sales arm of the French broadcaster, has bought most Euro rights to the Hilltop series "Shannon and Brooke" in its first foray into distribution of a U.S. show.
The 41st Golden Rose TV festival is hosting its first workshop for TV writers and developers. Event will be held May 1 -- the day before the Writers Guild of America's contract expires.
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.