ProSieben.Sat 1 hopes to grow revenues with Internet expansion
The most-watched U.S. series on German TV are "CSI: Miami" and "House," which both air on ratings- leader RTL, but their reign is waning after years at the top of the charts and as new shows vie for…
Guido Bolten, managing director of struggling German channel Sat.1, is ankling after just 14 months.
German TV group ProSiebenSat.1 on Thursday unveiled its fall and 2010 lineup -- a mix of new local programming and U.S. series such as L.A. cop skein "Southland" -- as it revamps its channels to…
German web Sat.1 has pulled off a major coup by luring away ZDF's top talk show host and sports commentator Johannes B. Kerner -- the third pubcaster star to jump ship to the ProSiebenSat.1…
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.
With investments of almost $1.5 billion for programming this year, Germany's commercial webs have become the engines powering the boom in the country's TV industry.
Private web SAT 1 got its terrestrial license renewed, sort of, in Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany's densest TV area.
A top an Ariane 4 rocket in the South American rain forest, the Astra IB direct-to-home satellite awaits its Feb. 21 final countdown. If everything goes as planned, Astra IB will give Europeans 16…
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