Pramer has signed a carriage deal for three of its feevees with Spanish cabler ONO, the latest step in an international expansion drive for Latin America's biggest pay TV programmer and distributor.
Jane Lighting, the new boss of Five, has pledged to hike the U.K. commercial web's program budget next year and spend it in primetime.
There's already one clear winner in the California recall. "The Tonight Show With Jay Leno" trounced the competition Wednesday night as guest Arnold Schwarzenegger dropped the bombshell news that he…
The Directors Guild of Great Britain has selected Trevor Nunn as this year's recipient of its lifetime achievement award.
Channel 4 deputy chairman Barry Cox on Thursday called for the BBC governors regulatory powers to be handed to media watchdog Ofcom, following the handling of the Iraq dossier report.
Universal Domestic TV has promoted Bruce Casino from VP of cable and ancillary sales to senior VP.
Spike TV hit one out of the park Monday night with its second-season premiere of "SlamBall."
Veteran British film exec Michael Ryan will be named chairman of AFMA on Sept. 23 at the annual membership meeting for the trade association of the independent film and television industry.
Auds may not quite be ready for the return of Roseanne Barr, whose unscripted ABC program sputtered in its premiere Wednesday night, falling well behind CBS' "Big Brother," which hit a summer high.
German pubcasters ARD and ZDF are claiming victory after a recent European Court of Justice ruling that could prove significant for their own legal status.
The war over media ownership rules waged on Wednesday as affiliates of ABC, CBS and NBC asked a federal appeals court in Washington, D.C. to re-regulate and bar the networks from buying up more TV…