The Mipcom TV programming mart in Cannes remained a hotbed of industry activity as major players continued to flog international expansion plans, worldwide programming sales, wide-ranging rights…
Brazilian media giant TV Globo has raised its bar in China, inking its first sales deals with pubcaster China Central TV Network, the massive market's main broadcast player.
SPE Networks-Asia has inked with CBS Studios Intl. to preem Asia-wide CBS' newly produced scripted dramas on SPE Networks-Asia channels, including AXN.
Channel 5, an enthusiastic buyer of U.S. shows, has upped its deputy head of acquisitions, Katie Keenan, to lead the web's content buying department.
A Los Angeles judge has found Qualia Capital and 2929 Entertainment liable to pay more than $51 million to Don Johnson stemming from the actor's successful suit over the profits of "Nash Bridges."
The FCC has agreed to a hearing on the Tennis Channel's complaint that Comcast relegated it to a premium sports tier rather than a more popular and widely distributed programming tier.
If you liked Vicky Pollard and the Only Gay in the Village, chances are you'll also enjoy Omar, owner of Flylo, "Britain's eighth favorite low-cost airline," check-in chicks Melody and Keeley as well…
FX has landed two more top theatrical titles, picking up the broadcast rights to "The Social Network" and "Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps."
Walt Disney and Italy's RAI Cinema have inked a multiyear, multigenre product pact, Disney announced at Cannes' Mipcom mart on Tuesday.
ABC is taking some "Awkward Family Photos."
Young adults are flocking to comedy this fall, and CBS -- with three strong vet tentpoles and two solid newcomers -- is better positioned than anybody to cash in.