Regulations increasing the local content in South African TV programming have been adopted, and initial reaction, from broadcasters and producers, is dissatisfaction.
In a ruling which could limit the scope of influence managers have in committing their clients to projects, an L.A. Superior Court judge ruled a valid contract did not exist when actress Pamela…
Cartoon Network is to launch a 24-hour Dutch-language feed to the northern part of Holland, upping the ante of competition in children's programming in this territory.
The brutally competitive firstrun-TV syndication business claimed two of the highest-profile victims in years when DreamWorks Television disclosed Tuesday that a proposed magazine series hosted by…
The Senate approved by an 84-15 vote Friday a measure that calls on budget writers to cut spending if spectrum auctions fail to raise as much as revenue as they expect.
Time Warner appears to be moving forward with plans to take a minority stake in France's second-largest cable operator, Compagnie Generale de Video Communication (CGV).
Fox Sports West 2, the regional sports channel spinoff that has found tough sledding in gaining cable operator commitments, nailed down a key player late last week.
Germany's third-ranked commercial web Pro7 is reportedly buying rights to series, sitcoms, cartoons and nearly 90 pics produced by DreamWorks.
Scandinavian Broadcasting System (SBS) and Norwegian commercial market leader TV2 Norway have inked an unprecedented agreement which will leave the two nets in control of most of the commercial…
The BBC has restored Alan Yentob to its top creative job, after a year in which the pubcaster seemed to have pushed the man regarded as its finest program-maker out into the cold.
Marc Summers, best known for hosting stints on the Nickelodeon game shows "Double Dare" and "What Would You Do?" is set to host the 49th annual Los Angeles Area Emmy Awards Saturday evening at the…