After years of broadcasting bigamy, burglary and bitches through inexpensive talkshows, networks have suddenly switched course in the battle for daytime supremacy and are now offering ... well…
South African pay TV channel M-Net has snapped up Africa's television rights to the rugby union's greatest showpiece, the 1999 Rugby World Cup.
Ever since the advent of cross-promotional partnerships in 1989, networks have tried to outdo each other in their bids for viewer attention. Whether they are promoting an individual show, an entire…
As part of its strategic expansion abroad, Sony Pictures Entertainment has taken a 25% stake in Super TV, one of Taiwan's leading cable programmers.
Upcoming Spanish digital platform Via Digital has signed an agreement with European Channel Management (ECM) to broadcast the 24-hour news channel BBC World and its sister entertainment service BBC…
For the first time since 1995, Congress is not trying to figure out a way to turn out the lights on public broadcasting.
The increase in midseason repeats is accelerating steady ratings erosion by the major broadcast networks, according to a new study from BJK&E Media Group, which documents the repeats' impact.
Unlike their American counterparts, there's nothing anorexic-looking about Egyptian femme TV presenters and newsreaders.
In an effort to attract younger viewers, MTV India is making Hindi film songs the backbone of its new playlist.
Bela Bajaria has been named manager of movies and miniseries at Warner Bros. TV, reporting to Gregg Maday, senior VP of movies and minis.