For Mexican broadcasters, there really is nothing like home cooking. And thanks to a buoyant economy and steadily rising ad sales, Televisa and TV Azteca find themselves in the enviable position of…
In news that should surprise no one, the most-watched show in Mexico is a telenovela.
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…
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.
Argentina's TV biz continues to recover from the economic crisis, with ad coin expected to grow 10% this year after a 20% surge in 2004.
With telenovelas dominating, "Mosca & Smith en el Once" (Mosca & Smith in Once) won viewers with fresh, politically incorrect humor and racy content.
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.
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."
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 years go by and a Globo primetime telenovela continues to be the country's most-watched show. But this time around, "Senhora do destino" (Her Own Destiny), which wrapped March 12 in Brazil, not…
In the highly regulated world of French television, change occurs slowly. But the first three months of 2005 saw a period of frenzied activity as Gaul's broadcasters, old and new, readied themselves…