U.S. investment bank JPMorgan Chase and Telefonica's Admira have finally found a buyer for Azul Television, Argentina's fourth-ranked web, after more than a year of hunting.
If there was ever a time when crime pays, it is in Europe and it is now. Between France's "Julie Lescaut," Holland's "Baantjer," Denmark's "Unit One," the U.K.'s "The Bill" and a crowd of crimeshows…
Blame it on Dick Wolf. The enduring success of the producer's "Law & Order" franchise, combined with the impact of more recent smash "CSI," has sparked a small- screen crime wave. Almost half of the…
Breaking news is big business in India where three news channels are due to launch in the coming year. New Delhi Television, which provides news programs to Rupert Murdoch's Star TV, plans to launch…
On July 15, MSNBC brings its revamped roster of feisty old cats to the frisky business of cable news. TV legend (and major paw-waver) Phil Donahue will take the 8 p.m. slot, vying against Fox News'…
ITV was once the undisputed powerhouse of British commercial television. Not anymore -- and all the signs are that things will get worse before there is any chance of an upturn.
Spanish-lingo feevee CNN en Espanol, seen by more than 12 million cable and DTH households in Latin America and 2 million in the U.S., bows a revamped program slate July 15.
The BBC is negotiating with Chinese TV authorities to get its BBC World channel back on air after it was pulled July 1 following a report about the Falun Gong, the controversial religious cult banned…
"Gladiators" is set to do battle in Nigeria. A local version of the format unspooled on pay TV operator M-Net's Africa Channel via its DSTV satellite network July 13.
HBO Asia's 10th anniversary is more than just a milestone for the network -- it's a benchmark for the local industry.
Tabloid headlines are gradually turning Martha Stewart's name and reputation into mulch, but viewers are still watching her TV shows, and advertisers are still buying time on them.