Fuji TV beat its four commercial rivals and pubcaster NHK to top all three ratings categories for 2007, according to figures released by Video Research.
SAG president Alan Rosenberg has announced that not one of the more than 70 actors nominated for a Golden Globe will attend the Jan. 13 ceremonies because of the WGA's plans to picket the event.
While forecasting TV trends is a notoriously risky proposition, some predictions aren't as tough to make. Here are eight of Variety's best guesses as to how '08 will unfold.
"Why is this happening again?" a 15-year-old John Connor (Thomas Dekker) mutters near the outset of this Fox series, proving that while he might by the future leader of a rebellion against murderous…
From a TV studio nestled in the mountains over Beirut, soap bubbles rain down on a group of scantily clad dancers as they perform a provocative routine choreographed to "Umbrella," by R&B sensation…
Dubai Media Inc. (DMI), the Dubai governmental media network, is to provide a grant of $8 million to the Syrian Public Authority for Radio and Television for the purpose of setting up a news centre…
As more television companies and broadcasters come to the Consumer Electronics Show, which kicks off Jan. 7, and the less they go to NATPE, skedded for Jan. 28-31 at the same locale, you could be…
The Aussie film and TV drama production biz has halted its freefall and surged into the black with new figures showing a 68% increase in production expenditure last financial year.
General Electric racked up $169 billion in sales last year, so why is it gaga these days over a division that's barely a footnote on its year-end balance sheet?
Hollywood has its rules of how to do business. Then there are people like Vincent Dymon, who make up their own.
France's largest private broadcaster TF1 achieved an unprecedented full sweep of the top 100 program slots in 2007.