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.
The Canuck broadcast scene is suffering from a bad case of split-personality.
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.
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…