SPH MediaWorks, the tyro terrestrial web that bowed in Singapore 18 months ago, scooped broadcaster of the year kudos at the Asian Television Awards 2002.
The Canadian parliament has closed a loophole that allowed new-media renegades to stream TV programming onto the Web without consent.
Discovery U.K. is increasing its commitment to local documentary production in Blighty, perhaps the world's most competitive docu market.
Afghanistan's Supreme Court has banned cablers in the eastern city of Jalalabad from screening Western and Indian movies "against Islam, our culture and the spirit of jihad," the Afghan Islamic Press…
In a business known for its sucker bets, reality TV continues to defy the odds. While the nets continue to struggle with finding the next scripted series phenom a la "Friends" or "CSI," producers of…
Pay TV advertising revenues are showing slight signs of recovery in Argentina, the first since the country's economy collapsed at the end of 2001.
TNT is single-handedly trying to keep the Western, a dying showbiz breed, from ending up on Boot Hill.
Discovery Networks Asia is the most-watched pay TV channel in Asia.
Eurocasters are racing through reality concepts just as fast as their American counterparts.
The Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. did not look to alter its 10-year, $30 million Golden Globes contract with NBC.