Nature conservationism, live-action romance and Islamic-friendly animation were among the highlights at this year's two-day Mipcom Jr., which wrapped Sunday with the announcement of major deals for…
Telemundo Intl.'s "Grains of Love," Dori Media Group's "Lalola" and TV Record's "Opposite Lives" were standouts among market debuts at Mipcom's third Telenovelas Screenings and first Drama Series…
TV stations in almost half the country have signed on for "Deal or No Deal," the half-hour syndie version of NBC's hourlong primetime series that premieres in September.
Its numbers weren't exactly high wattage, but NBC's "Friday Night Lights" opened its second season on a positive note Friday night.
Benelux rights for New Line/HBO's "Sex and the City: The Movie" have been snapped up by Paradiso Filmed Entertainment. Movie is expected to be released there next summer, shortly after June debut…
NBC Universal's Spanish-language broadcaster Telemundo remains optimistic about breaking into the Mexican TV market, despite the government's decision not to offer new licenses before the end of 2008.
One of the many great moments from this week’s second season premiere of “30 Rock” came when Kenneth the page started humming the theme to “Seinfeld”– while in an elevator with Jerry Seinfeld. Every…
Watching television in Lebanon and Israel has become a jarring experience over recent weeks. Frustrated viewers have inundated their cable and satellite providers complaining that the onscreen images…
Josh Schwartz’s two new hours– NBC’s "Chuck" and CW’s "Gossip Girl"– have gotten off to decent starts in the Nielsen ratings. Apple’s iTunes Store is a whole other matter. Both shows have been…
In an age of instant statistical gratification, network execs are discovering that patience is now much more than a virtue -- it's a fact of life.
Dori Media Group has sold hot Argentinean telenovelas "Lalola" and "Patito Feo" to France and Spain in deals that could fetch the Israel-based company up to $4.3 million in revenue.