A new gold rush is transforming Latin American broadcasting into a latter-day El Dorado. Programmers, cable operators and franchise holders are scrambling to stake their claims.
Paramount has added two more affiliates in San Diego and Louisville, Ky., to its fifth-network lineup, bringing its total to 33 stations covering 45% of the country.
Willow Bay and Antonio Mora have been named co-hosts of "Good Morning America/Sunday," effective March 20.
Contrary to what many media minds might have thought, it appears that consumers may pick personal computers -- not cable TV -- as their vehicle of choice on the information superhighway.
Latin America's sleeping giant, Brazil, seems to be rubbing the sand out of its eyes and is starting to flex its cable TV muscles.
For years, Columbus, Ohio, had the distinction of being the nation's largest TV market with the fewest commercial stations: three affiliated with the networks and a fourth now associated with Fox.
The good news for U.S. indie producers is that most Southeast Asian economies are booming and multiplex cinemas and new channels are proliferating. The not-so-good news is that these burgeoning…
Audiences in Southeast Asia like things local, but they also are attracted to the slickness and gloss of certain things Western -- like gameshows.
The theory du jour: By removing regulatory restraints on the Big Three networks, Washington is inadvertently encouraging a wave of network buyouts and mergers.
The future of Fininvest, Europe's second-largest media conglom, depends in large measure on what happens to Silvio Berlusconi March 28. That's when national election ballots are counted and the…