BERLIN — Booming Internet business, VOD, online games and expanding international production, including new U.S. subsidiaries, drove record revenue and profit at German broadcasting group…
German media giant ProSiebenSat.1 could complete the sale of its Scandinavian broadcasting assets in the coming days, and possibly shake off its main shareholders in the process, according local…
Germany's TV landscape is divided among pubcasters ARD and ZDF and commercial players RTL and ProSieben and Sat.1. While the pubcasters focus on older-skewing, locally produced series and movies, the…
As one of Europe's leading entertainment groups, Constantin Film is expanding its television business in Germany as well as abroad.
Guillaume de Posch, CEO of pan-European broadcasting group ProSiebenSat.1, will step down at the end of the year "at his own request," the company said on Tuesday.
ProSiebenSat.1's sales and marketing exec Peter Christmann fell on his sword Friday after the pan-European group reported a poor first-quarter performance, which triggered a dramatic 28% drop in its…
Latenight call-in quiz shows featuring topless female hosts used to be all the rage in Germany, but the times are changing.
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