While local programming continues to reign supreme on South Korea's major networks, savvy imports on cable and satellite are starting to change the way people watch TV.
Pubcaster Danmarks Radio (DR) won't have to do any fancy talking when it comes to justifying the 150 million Danish kroner ($25 million) spent on "Better Times."
With more channels competing for the same product, Belgian buyers repping French-lingo channels will find the next Mip tougher than ever.
One of the giants of the global business, Robert Halmi Sr. has earned the right to comment on the current state of the television industry. And he doesn't like what he sees.
Mexico's suffering economy may be on the wrong side of the trade war, but when it comes to TV programming, it's a successful exporter.
The hottest shows in Poland are all from the same source: Ilona Lepkowska, the queen of Polish soaps, even though they air on two different channels .
It's been less than a year since Austria welcomed its first private station, ATV. While the results may sound less than overwhelming -- ATV claimed a 3.5% market share for February -- commercial…
The most-watched show in Brazil, Globo's telenovela "Celebrity," sounds a unique note. Local and international music stars and other celebrities perform and, in some cases, interact with the…
As Israel's TV sector enters its teens -- until 1991 there was one legal Israeli channel (Israel Broadcasting Authority's Channel 1) -- the medium is experiencing growing pains.
Did you know that record label Toshiba-EMI released an LP of the sounds of hundreds of farts in 1978? No? Then you'd better watch Fuji's "Toribia no izumi" (Trivia), which hits the smallscreen every…