As the dog days of summer wear on, no reality program has caught fire in the ratings. But some are building nicely despite the format glut. Last week saw the best scores yet for CBS' "Big Brother 4"…
Dutch TV giant Endemol has reported a 7% gain in first-half revenues to 399 million euros ($446.9 million). According to parent company Telefonica, which filed its first-half corporate earnings…
Magyar Grundy UFA, a Hungarian subsidiary of Germany's Grundy UFA TV, is producing a new primetime series for Hungarian web RTL Klub.
As the annual Telemesse TV advertising confab kicks off today in Cologne, German pubcaster ARD announced that it will cut its advertising prices by 5.5% in the coming year.
Pubcaster France 2 has had its knuckles rapped by the French broadcasting watchdog for being too pro-government.
A cutting-edge facility at Pinewood Studios in the U.K. began production Tuesday on CGI toon series "Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons."
With charter renewal uppermost in BBC's minds, history programming will take center stage as part of BBC1's £220 million ($358 million) fall sked, unveiled Tuesday.
U.K. distrib Celador Intl., owner of "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire," has appointed two senior managers to its format sales division. Jacob de Boer, head of commercial affairs at Endemol U.K., has…
Steven Spielberg is saddling up his first Western, a 12-hour limited series for TNT that will get under way in summer 2004.
Former Brat Packer Andrew McCarthy and Academy Award nominees Diane Ladd and Bruce Davison have scrubbed into ABC's 15-hour series "Stephen King's Kingdom Hospital."