Haim Saban is making tentative moves on the Teutonic pay TV market, eyeing Premiere, Germany's only paybox and the former sister company of his broadcasting group ProSiebenSat 1.
Viacom chairman-CEO Sumner Redstone blazed a trail through China on his trip last week, announcing a slew of new deals.
Spain's March 14 general elections turned on the role of the media, particularly alleged attempts by government-controlled pubcaster RTVE to downplay Al Qaeda's connections to the Madrid train…
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Parisians will be able to judge whether TV programmers are in tune with viewers when the Forum des Images plays host to 554 documentaries nixed by terrestrial broadcasters.
With the young male demo still MIA, the broadcast nets will parade a number of testosterone-tinged pilots when strutting their stuff to Madison Ave. during the upfront ad buy market in May.
Adam Gold, veepee of research for the Food Network and Fine Living channels, has a tongue-in-cheek solution to the problem of accurate TV ratings: When children are born, he suggests, simply implant…
Ben Silverman, one of the first TV execs to spot the potential of the trans-Atlantic format biz, is ratcheting up his company's representation of nonfiction projects.
Timothy Hutton plays a character who stumbles upona strange-looking titanium briefcase that contains a detailed police file on his own murder -- which is to take place in five days.
ESPN Star Sports (ESS) has renewed its exclusive pan-Asian rights to English Premier League soccer in a deal rumored to be worth $175 million over three years.
Looking to do some spring cleaning, it's time to clear out the ratings notebook.
The figures in this chart are the average prices paid by terrestrial stations in key territories for selected genres of U.S. programming.