With telenovelas dominating, "Mosca & Smith en el Once" (Mosca & Smith in Once) won viewers with fresh, politically incorrect humor and racy content.
Granada America will strut its stuff on the Riviera with four new telepics, featuring thesps as diverse as Anne Heche, Virginia Madsen and Steve Weber.
Alliance Atlantis is not just about the juggernaut "CSI" franchise: Canuck producer-distribber is busy licensing its stop-motion animated series "Lunar Jim" around the world.
With changes at Belgium's public and private French-language broadcasters, Mip could see some unexpected choices from RTBF and RTL buyers.
AETN Intl. is expanding its program sales biz and stepping into format distribution with shows like "Growing up Gotti," "Caesars 24/7" and "Makeover Moms."
This past year has been a case of two steps forward, one step back for China's burgeoning TV industry.
In France, tabloid newspapers have traditionally held the monopoly on lurid crime stories. But if the success of TF1's "In the Mind of the Killer" is anything to go by, Gallic broadcasters are intent…
Harmony Gold is going for laughs on the Croisette. VP of sales Melissa Wohl says the company is banking on two films being offered for the first time.
In Italy, reality is waning, digital delivery is catching on -- and the age-old rivalry between Mediaset and RAI keeps programmers on their toes.
Recent favorable news on the regulatory front and the country's improved economic conditions suggest that Brazilian broadcasters will have a good year in 2005.
The Polish market has picked up, with public TV particularly pumped. In March, it amassed 50% of total viewers, with TVP1 leading the pack with 25%. The strongest private station is Polsat, with 18%…