New York-based Atlas Media will showcase its domestic hits at its Palais booth in Cannes.
Fictional programming continues to regain the focus in Germany as unscripted shows continue to fade from the main networks. Programmers are looking to bring back long-running series.
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%…
Local fiction dominates Spanish primetime and broadcaster Antena 3's "Aqui no hay quien viva" (Nobody Can Live Here) is the jewel in the crown.
GermanyFeature films: $2.5 million TV movies: $200,000 Dramas: $100,000 Sitcoms: $50,000 Reality: $35,000 Docs/Kids/Arts: $20,000 United Kingdom Feature films: $2 million TV movies: $150,000…
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.
Following the lives of people on an imaginary Munich street, "Lindenstrasse" celebrated its 1,000th episode in January. That milestone is incredible at a time when new programs are canceled at the…
Rssian TV players are bringing some classy period adaptations to Cannes -- which means they may be as busy on the selling as on the buying front. Top two stations Channel 1 and pubcaster Rossiya are…
When Buena Vista's "Desperate Housewives" bowed in January on Blighty's Channel 4, most programmers thought it would be hot. What they didn't realize was just how attractive the curtain-twitching…
Stateside hits "Desperate Housewives" and "Lost" are the hottest new shows of the 2005 ratings season in Australia, but don't expect either to be anywhere near as compelling in parts of Asia, where…
Israel's commercial TV sector is about to undergo the biggest upheaval in its 14-year history.