U.S. government-backed Arabic-lingo channel Al Hurra (The Free One) kicked off broadcasts across the Middle East on Saturday, drawing a skeptical response from the region's media.
The network preem of theatrical blockbuster "Shrek" was a big winner for NBC on Sunday, paving the way for the Peacock to win each of the evening's half-hours among adults 18-49, according to…
Henry Bumstead's work on "Mystic River" took top honors for production design for a contemporary film at the Art Directors Guild's eighth annual awards, held Saturday night at the Beverly Hilton…
Pay web Premiere has signed up with Germany's largest cable operator, Kabel Deutschland, for distribution and marketing of its programming in the company's vast cable grid, which covers 60% of the…
Form held in Thursday's primetime ratings race as the second week of the February sweep kicked off, with NBC and CBS programs again dominating the important night.
India and China, the world's two most populous nations, have agreed in principle to use the age-old barter system to explore the distribution and co-production of films and programs for their…
Broadcast regulators have taken Euro TV Chisinau off the air in Moldova in a bid to transform the regional net in the middle-European country from a political soapbox into a mainstream channel.
John Lydon, aka Johnny Rotten, ex-leader of punk band the Sex Pistols, was another aging rock star somewhere south of Ozzy Osbourne in the fame stakes.
The South African Broadcasting Corp.'s SABC3 has set aside a record $16 million for homegrown programming during 2004.
Argentina's Agulla & Baccetti ad agency is using its creative juices to develop TV programs -- shows it wants to do and shows tailored for advertisers.
John Kerry wasn't the only big winner emerging from the Iowa caucuses and New Hampshire primary last month.