TechTV, which reaches more than 43 million subscribers in the U.S. and whose content is seen in more than 70 million homes worldwide, has secured new licensing deals with broadcast and cable outlets…
French TV was slow to latch on to reality programming and the same goes for gay shows, which are practically non-existent on terrestrial webs.
The line has a familiar ring: Huge in Japan, big in Europe, a growing audience in the States. Usually it's an assessment of a hotshot guitarist or a tyro pop singer; nowadays it's the sound of a…
HONG KONG Asia's cable and satellite industries have begun to mature, with subscription numbers slowing, while the use of digital set-top boxes and tiered services is gradually increasing, according…
It wasn't until its third season that "Curb Your Enthusiasm" gained mainstream recognition. Slow ramp-up makes the availability of the show's first 10 episodes a little more valuable than the…
KOLKATA More and more U.S. and European production studios are outsourcing their animation programs to India.
Laying down his lightsaber, Mark Hamill has combined his love of film and comic books in this mockumentary, with nary a "Bam!" or "Zap!" This direct-to-DVD film is not the slickest of productions…
JOHANNESBURG South Africa's only independent terrestrial broadcaster, e.tv, is set to become profitable five years after its launch, according to majority shareholder Hosken Consolidated Investments…
PBS Home Video has inked a five-year deal with Paramount Home Entertainment for distribution of its homevideo line, ending its 10-year run with Warner Home Video.
Five-year-old documentary distributor Docurama has acquired DVD distribution rights to five winners of Sundance Film Fest Awards from 2002 and 2003.
Seduced by the success of its best-selling "Spider-Man" videogame, Gotham-based comics publisher Marvel Enterprises on Thursday announced the formation of a videogame group to push growth in what is…