For decades, TF1 was best known for its stable of high-rating yet aging French TV dramas like "Navarro," "Julie Lescaut" and "Josephine Guardian Angels," but shortly after Nonce Paolini took the…
Coming on board TF1 in 2007, Nonce Paolini took over the TV giant just as the world was about to experience the worst economic crisis since the 1930s. But the charismatic, astute and cautious…
Gallic commercial network TF1 has boarded "Brooklyn South," a New York-set dramedy produced by Luc Besson's EuropaCorp TV.
When pay TV giant Canal Plus announced it was stepping into the free digital terrestrial television market with Bollore Media's channels Direct 8 and Direct Star, it rocked the French TV community…
As the advertising market bounces back across Europe, France's biggest private broadcaster TF1 has nabbed a 9% increase in ad revenue on its main channel to E306 million ($421.6 million) over the…
What do Italian TV group Mediaset's Fabio Confalonieri, German web RTL's Gerhard Zeiler and the U.K.'s Archie Norman, head of ITV, have in common?
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