With its main competition adrift in bankruptcy proceedings, TV electronics company TiVo had a very good quarter, upping net revenues 119%, cutting net losses 78% and rolling out services that fueled…
Brazil's improving economic condition is helping the TV sector pull out of crisis. Under President Lula da Silva, who took over Jan. 1, the local currency is gradually recovering the value it lost…
The killer SARS epidemic has helped to boost TV viewing figures in China. According to figures released May 16 by CVSC-Sofres Media (CSM), 2% more people watched daytime TV on local channels such as…
WB prexy/COO Jed Petrick knew he was in for a good upfront sales season last week after cracking open a fortune cookie.
Once, Brits could tell summer had arrived when a seasonal shower stopped play at Lord's cricket ground. Not anymore.
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The chief executive of Asia Television (ATV), Hong Kong's No. 2 terrestrial broadcaster, has bought property developer Lai Sun Development's 32.75% stake.
Uruguayan helmer Adrian Caetano is following up his freshman TV drama "Los tumberos," one of last year's hottest shows in Argentina, with "Disputas" (Disputes), a dramatic comedy about prostitutes.
Congloms are stalking the media jungle like Armani-clad velociraptors, ready to swoop down on low-flying cable nets, increasingly vulnerable in the new age of accelerating takeovers.
Sithengi, the annual Southern African Intl. Film & Television Market, is broadening its role to promote the African industry worldwide and help find production financing.