The biggest terrestrial winner in the past six months has been commercial pubcaster Channel 4, the only one of the big webs to increase audience share.
Followers of Dutch media mogul John de Mol are likely to be keeping a close watch on the buying patterns of his outfit Talpa TV in Cannes.
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…
Six-parter "World Shut Your Mouth" is an inhouse BBC1 production that will be handled by Channel 4 Intl. in Cannes.
This year will mark a before-and-after in Spanish broadcasting. Spain's government will approve its first analog terrestrial broadcaster in 15 years: a relaunched version of Sogecable paybox Canal…
Just when you thought the Teutonic TV industry had calmed, German publishing giants Axel Springer and Bertelsmann are hammering out a new order in the world's second-biggest market.
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.
Fremantle Intl. Distribution is bringing the historical drama "Fingersmith" from Sally Head Prods. and the latest choice cuts from celebrity chef Jamie Oliver, in "Jamie's School Dinners."
A quintet of sexy suburbanites is not only putting the sizzle back in primetime Stateside, but "Desperate Housewives" and its brethren are also changing the perception of American programming…
Reality programming focusing on the life of a celebrity is nothing new on American airwaves. But RTL Klub has taken the form a step further with "Gyozike," a Hungarian hybrid of "Growing up Gotti"…
Canuck distribber Fireworks will launch behind-the-scenes doc series "Girl Racers," which delves into the world of female racecar drivers as they navigate one of the few sports in which women compete…