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.
A humdinger of a mistake in pubcaster France 2's evening newscast has heaped shame on Gallic public broadcasting, causing heads to roll.
It seems like only yesterday that execs at Universal were nervously brushing up their French in anticipation of a Gallic takeover by swaggering Euro pay TV giant Canal Plus.
Sony Pictures Intl. Television has signed a $10 million international distribution deal on a minimum six TV movies from Spain's DrimTim.
Brian Lowry: Tuning In
MTV Brasil will bow an original, locally produced animated series for adult auds based on a pilot created by a viewer.
Elizabeth Guider: Voiceover
No gain and, in the medium-term, some pain. That's how some Aussie producers and pay TV broadcasters view the impact of the U.S.-Australia free trade agreement concluded last week.
Execs at Kiwi satcaster SkyDigital have fingers crossed that the March 1 bow for the Arts Channel will continue a dream run of three basic channel launches over three months.
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…