Is the reality TV boom losing its fizz? Well, yes and no. The dilemma for the big Euro producers in knowing which horse to back -- scripted or nonscripted -- is illustrated by Dutch-based Endemol…
This past year has been a case of two steps forward, one step back for China's burgeoning TV industry.
Take seven celebs of varying ages and shapes, put them through a six-week course on how to exercise and eat sensibly -- and start with an eight-day detox camp.
With changes at Belgium's public and private French-language broadcasters, Mip could see some unexpected choices from RTBF and RTL buyers.
Cableready, a Connecticut-based distribber, will unveil two series about affluent lifestyles.
It might be premature to proclaim that three shows have overturned the established order of Aussie broadcasting, but "Desperate Housewives," "Lost" and "Dancing With the Stars" have given the Seven…
"Wait for Me" might not be the hottest show on Russian screens, but it's almost certainly the teariest.
The Nordic territories tend to make major changes on the media landscape in waves, and the past few months have been no exception.
Britain's NBD, which is celebrating its 21st anni, will tout highlights from one of the biggest live rock festivals in the world -- Glastonbury 2005 -- to buyers at Mip.
For years, French Canada has been a closed market for foreign TV fare, including U.S. network hits. But that's starting to change thanks to the proliferation and increasing popularity of French-lingo…
Two years ago, the SARS scare brought down a health minister and the Beijing mayor, both accused of trying to cover up the disease.