Pan-Africa paybox M-Net has gathered 2,000 applicants from 12 countries who want to compete in "Big Brother Africa," the first multi-country version of the reality stalwart.
Sales to the U.S. helped hike U.K. program exports revenue 6% to $666 million in 2002 despite continued difficult trading conditions worldwide.
China has declared 2003 the Year of the Cable Network and will roll out six premium channels this year.
Middle Eastern TV companies will be this week's Mip TV market in Cannes, despite the war in Iraq.
SBS-controlled TV2, one of two of Hungary's private commercial networks, is denying reports it is in dire economic straits after six months of program warfare with RTL-controlled net RTL Klub. "The…
The Government has admitted that a second pay TV operator in Singapore may not be viable, despite announcing that another license was up for grabs at December's Asia Television Forum.
On a night that saw ABC and Fox stick with commercial-free coverage of the miltary attack on Iraq, NBC scored solid but unspectacular numbers for its two-hour comedy block Thursday, according to…
Somewhere in southern Iraq, the Army 7th Calvary was coming under shellfire. CNN correspondent Walter Rodgers didn't have to phone the Pentagon to find out the details -- he was there, narrowly…
Two-time Emmy winner Patricia Heaton is saying hello to TNT's upcoming remake of Neil Simon's classic feature "The Goodbye Girl."
As U.S. bombs continued to rain on Baghdad for the second night Thursday, ABC and Fox stayed with nonstop news coverage in primetime while CBS and NBC went with some regularly scheduled programming.