French pay TV giant Canal Plus completed its purchase of Kirch Group's 45% stake in Italo pay TV operation Telepiu Wednesday. The deal increases Canal Plus' stake in the Milan based company to 90%.
HEREThe Monday night 'Pitch me!' session was vulgar, cruel, enlightening and hilarious. In short, it was a microcosm of NATPE itself.
The WB network has launched its Tuesday lineup in a big way, with the highest nightlong rating in its history.
In an unexpected programming move, NBC's cable news upstart MSNBC on Tuesday began to rerun three shows from the previous night's schedule of sister channel CNBC. For an undisclosed period of time…
Following a broad and successful promotional campaign in the Czech Republic last fall, HBO has more than doubled its subscribers here in Prague.
Ensconced in a rocking chair on a set that looked like the Cryptkeeper's backyard, Anne Rice expressed great pleasure with the cast and crew of her in-production CBS series "Rag and Bone."
HEREThere is hope in the land of kid programming these days, despite "undefined" FCC requirements, content-rating challenges and a rapidly changing landscape.
Enzo Siciliano, president of Italo pubcaster RAI, resigned abruptly Wednesday, just 18 months after he was ap-pointed, accusing Italy's political parties of exerting excessive pressures on the web.
Universal TV Group has extended its overall production and development deal with longtime writing-producing partners Sam Raimi and Rob Tapert in a multiyear agreement announced Tuesday by U TV Group…
Does "Law & Order" speak the universal language? Universal TV and series creator Dick Wolf think it can. Wolf and the studio are looking into the idea of producing foreign versions of the acclaimed…