Australia's foreign-lingo pubcaster SBS relaunches its international sales division in October after a six-year break -- tired of redirecting lucrative sales opportunities to an outside agent.
Israeli film and TV producers continue to churn out movies and TV shows, but just about every other aspect of the biz has suffered during the worsening Mideast crisis.
The private sector is making inroads into government-controlled television in China. While TV stations remain off-limits, there are now more opportunities for production, programming and channel…
Taiwan's cablers are urging the government to deregulate and let market forces dictate services and subscription fees. Politicos cap foreign investment to less than 50% and limit the amount cablers…
Japanese network Fuji TV has notched up a first in Chinese program imports: It has sold two dramas to 29 stations controlled by China Great Wall Art & Culture Center (CGWACC), a subsid of government…
It was a two-net race on the opening Thursday of the new season, with programs on NBC (led by "Friends") and CBS (paced by "CSI") scoring monster ratings, according to prelim nationals from Nielsen…
FremantleMedia is setting up a new co-production unit and has promoted Tony Stern, commercial director of FremantleMedia Enterprises, to head of co-productions.
In quarterly and season-end ratings, NBC's "Today Show" and ABC's "Good Morning America" continue to show robust growth.
Upcoming WB reality entry "The Surreal Life" has lined up the kind of dream cast that nightmares are made of.
Political attack ads were under attack themselves in the nation's capital on Thursday, with TV broadcasters facing the loss of hundreds of millions in ad revenues.
Interactive TV technology company OpenTV said Thursday that it plans to acquire two of its rivals: ACTV, for $92.3 million in stock, and Wink Communications, for $101 million in cash.