Argentina's top broadcasters are waging the fiercest ratings battle in years, pitting costly local dramas against each other.
Blighty's TV biz is undergoing a period of change so radical that even the entertainment industry's soothsayers are having to eat their words.
It was billed as China's very own "Sex and the City" -- a bestselling book transformed into a popular TV series about four young women, one city and lots of fawning men.
The top players, Nova and CTV, continue to face economic pressures.
A veritable gallimaufry of eclectic fare will crowd the Croisette this week for the 41st annual Mip TV trade show, with Euros, Asians and Latins vying to emulate Americans' success in selling product…
With the exchange rate under control and ad investments in a mild recovery, Brazilian buyers have regained part of their purchasing power for international programming.
Gallic television has been a mixed bag of late. Business picked up for French terrestrial broadcasters in 2003, with leading terrestrial webs TF1 and M6 posting better revs and bigger profits.
The hottest series in South Korea these days relies on an old formula -- with a decidedly new twist. In a country where historical dramas are still all the rage, "Daejanggum" on MBC is dubbed a…
A s Hungary's two commercial giants, RTL Klub and SBS-controlled TV2, battle it out for supremacy of the terrestrial TV remote control, a host of local theme channels is gaining udience share.
GermanyFeature films: $3 millionTV movies: $200,000Dramas : $100,000Sitcoms: $50,000Reality: $35,000Docs/Kids./Arts: $20,000 United KingdomFeature films: $2 millionTV movies: $150,000Dramas…