In its war against Islamic extremism the Bush administration is showing no mercy, announcing that it plans to launch round-the-clock television programming aimed at European Muslims.
Following the path of other local nets, Brazil's No. 2 net SBT has created a film division and will co-produce helmer Eliana Fonseca's "Coisa de mulher" (Woman Stuff).
Without much fanfare, a new network launched last week devoted to nothing but "Law & Order." Its name? NBC. OK, so that's a stretch. But the Peacock did air some incarnation of Dick Wolf's "L&O"…
Cable piracy in Brazil dropped to 12% of the country's 2.2 million cable subscriber base at the end of 2004, from 14% at the end of 2003, according to a study by local pay TV operators org ABTA.
Tuning In: With the February sweeps over, it's time for TV's March Madness -- an elimination tournament destined to display lower shooting percentages than college basketball's version.
One youngster's dreams of international soccer stardom will come true in pubcaster channel SABC 1's new reality TV show "Sokka Kings."
It's not a secret anymore: FX is trying to be basic cable's HBO. Cabler last week picked up original dramas from Steven Bochco and Gavin Polone. Projects -- a war drama set in modern-day Iraq and a…
Subhash Chandra's Zee Network will launch PlayTV, India's first gaming and interactive channel, on March 15.
Telemundo Cable Networks has tapped Flavio Morales as veepee of programming for youth-oriented feevee mun2 (pronounced "mundos," meaning worlds).
A special preview episode of "Law & Order: Trial by Jury" led the 10 o'clock hour Thursday, but CBS claimed the night thanks to powerful perfs by "CSI" and "Survivor," according to preliminary…
MTV is going back in time. Cabler has quietly moved into production on "That '70s House," a 10-episode reality series that takes a group of unsuspecting young people who think they're going to live…