Argentina's broadcasters are slotting more contests, gamers and reality fare as economic slowdown cuts ad revenue and makes it harder to break even with costlier comedies and dramas.
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.
When Nashwa al-Ruwaini founded production shingle Pyramedia 10 years ago, she had an ambitious, but seemingly simple, plan: After a career that had seen her crisscrossing between Europe and the…
Singapore, a small island nation of 4.8 million people and very limited resources, has built a formidable reputation as a can-do society. A prime recent example: the city-state's adoption of…
Made in Singapore: A sample of programs -- distributed worldwide -- coming out of Asia's busy high-def factory.
Amid a tightening economy and slowing DVD sales, Lionsgate is cutting 8% of its staff, trimming the number of job slots by 45 to about 500.
March Madness continues to perform well for CBS Sports, with ratings for the men's college basketball tourney up 10% vs. last year.
After building Shine Group into a U.K. powerhouse, Elisabeth Murdoch is now looking to conquer Europe.