In Demand will launch at least three high-definition channels, with the first to debut in September.
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Erasers will get a workout over the next couple of weeks as network execs make the finishing touches on their fall skeds.
Television viewership rose in Hong Kong and Singapore over recent weeks, both because of the war on Iraq and because fears about contracting Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) kept people away…
SABC2, the second channel of pubcaster the South African Broadcasting Corp., is commissioning 12 new productions worth $4 million. The briefs are for sitcoms, documentaries, dramas and a family…
Holland's hottest small- and bigscreen director Johan Nijenhuis is ringing the changes.
The European Agency for Reconstruction and the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe have pledged more than $500,000 to Serbia to set up a broadcast agency to help its media meet…
TV news is hitting the headlines in India, one of the world's most potentially lucrative media markets, as five 24-hour news channels join four all-news broadcasters this month.
Moldova's broadcast watchdogs have slapped a daily two-minute limit on adverts for political candidates and parties airing on government-controlled network TeleRadio Moldova, TeleRadio Gagauzia and…
Sweden's MTV Produktion acquisition of the Bonnier-owned Mastiff Media gives MTV a fresh edge in what is expected to be a key battle among format production and distribution players in the Nordic…
The Cable & Satellite Broadcasting Assn. of Asia (CASBAA) settled civil actions in Hong Kong against two defendants for allegedly importing and trading in unlicensed satellite TV signal decoding…