The global economic downturn may not quite be generating a universal blanket of pessimism for TV biz players, but for many, especially in Europe's Big Five territories, general uncertainty rather…
The economy is in shambles, but the Hollywood majors arriving on the Croisette take small comfort in knowing that many global viewers are trying to escape their dire financial situations by staying…
When Joss Whedon launched made-for-Internet tuner "Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog" last July, it repped a landmark in the development of the online economy.
China will be hitting Mip keen to show off its growing domestic muscle in what kind of programming it buys but also to push value-formoney Chinese skeins to markets in both the developing and the…
It takes time to adjust to life-altering changes, and network execs and advertisers all but went through the Kubler-Ross stages of grief when confronted with DVR's commercial-skip technology, ranging…
The Intl. Digital Emmy Awards, which are handed out March 30 at Mip, offer a snapshot of the market for interactive shows outside the U.S.
There's a crime wave on Oz TV thanks to the popular second season of Nine's gangster drama "Underbelly: A Tale of Two Cities."
With U.K. ad revenues plunging by as much as 20% this year, British commercial webs are keeping their program budgets and staffing levels under constant scrutiny.
The economic recession and the post-8 p.m. ad ban on Gallic pubcaster France Televisions are shaking up the local TV biz.
The Japanese economy is sinking like a sumo wrestler in quicksand and taking the TV industry with it.