India's highest court dismissed a petition on Monday filed by bestselling author Barbara Taylor Bradford to stop the broadcast of a 600 million rupee ($13 million) series, "Karishma -- The Miracles…
The Australian Broadcasting Corp. has made good its threat to cut services after failing to persuade the government to provide extra funds.
Cable operator UPC Belgium has won the exclusive pay TV rights to air European tourney, Champions League soccer until 2006.
U.S. cable web Lifetime Television has recommissioned RDF Media to produce two more episodes of reality show "My Best Friend's Wedding" for broadcast later this year, following successful ratings in…
Public trust in BBC news, traditionally the U.K.'s touchstone for truth and accuracy, has plummeted to a record low of 59% since the Iraq weapons dossier debacle began, according to a survey by…
Australian production house Screentime has launched a U.K.-based TV distrib company, Screentime Partners, as a co-venture with execs from Blighty distrib ECM.
NBC's Thursday sked is getting another dose of Bravo's "Queer Eye for the Straight Guy." Summer smash will get its second Peacock run Aug. 14, with the net once again cutting the hourlong down to a…
The Dutch producers behind Game Show Network's surprise hit "Lingo" are hoping to make an impact with another Euro format: the auto accident skein "Crash."
Fox will launch "Temptation Island 3" in the same timeslot the last installment of the reality skein occupied: Thursdays at 9 p.m.
Fans of low-budget action movies, foreign films and independent American pictures are losing the two pay-per-view channels, Urban and Cinema, that In Demand created last year as outlets for offbeat…
Game Show Network VP-creative director Kenneth Warun jumps today to a new job as senior VP at Beantown Prods., overseeing the TV promo and production company's growing New York office.