Televisa reported solid growth last year, building on higher advertising rates and stable audience share. The web saw profits jump 21% to $504 million as group net sales rose 6% to $2 billion.
Paramount weekly hour "Entertainment Tonight Weekend" has done what every syndie show hopes to do during the February ratings sweep: boffo ratings.
Discovery hopes to turn "Discovery Channel World Championship Adventure Race" -- a series of events taking place in Europe over six days in September -- into an annual four-hour primetime miniseries.
Stephanie Hartog has been named Pearson Television's controller of light entertainment, acquisitions and resources and worldwide production.
Mixed Signal Technologies has tapped Caroline Beck as the interactive TV company's new CEO and prexy.
The Disney Channel Brazil will bow April 5, launching more than eight months after its sister Spanish-lingo net. Disney has tapped Brazilian production company RGB to produce a live, daily two-hour…
"Jackass," the controversial MTV series, apparently will bow to no politico.
Italo media magnate and politician Silvio Berlusconi has vowed to sell his business empire if "forced to choose" between his career and leading a coalition government.
As part of its $500 million investment in original programming over the next five years, Cartoon Network has greenlit four new animated series.
The ongoing EM.TV rescue-package saga took a turn Wednesday when the Intl. Automobile Federation (FIA) opposed a deal sharing EM.TV's stake in Formula One auto racing with Germany's giant Kirch Group.
Fox has picked up eight episodes of a hybrid scripted/reality series from George Verschoor described as a cross between "The Real World" and "Twin Peaks."