Blighty's Gateway Communications is set to challenge paycaster Multichoice's monopoly in the English-language pay TV market in sub-Saharan Africa with the launch of a lower-cost satellite service.
TV scribe Joe Keenan spent most of his career writing for multi-camera half-hour comedies -- and even exec produced one of the most critically acclaimed shows of the past decade, "Frasier."
Bigfoot Entertainment will produce reality show "Hollywood Boot Camp" that gives Filipino filmmaker wannabes the chance to break into the movie industry.
PBL Media has made an A$136.4 million ($107.2 million) offer for Channel Nine Perth in a bid to boost its ailing advertising fortunes by cementing a nationwide network and raising ratings.
You won't find it in the travel brochures -- yet. But a grim business has emerged providing tours of sites in the Bahamas central to the Anna Nicole Smith saga.
Why do most comedy writers hate the broadcast networks? Betsy Thomas, a Hollywood veteran who created the TBS sitcom "My Boys," says, "The networks have totally alienated the talented showrunners…
You can't keep a good conspiracy theory down. After debunking many of the myths surrounding 9/11 in its recent "Conspiracy Files" docu series, the BBC is at the center of a whole new set of…
NBC's vaunted news division is starting to show some uncharacteristic cracks. Once lauded as unassailable No. 1 franchises, "Nightly News" and "Today" are experiencing audience erosion this season, a…
Voiceover: There's a gripping sequence in a recent episode of "24" that stands some post-9/11 pieties on their head.
OK, enough's bloody enough. "American Idol" is starting to piss me off. This isn't to say the Fox singing competition doesn't deserve to be a ratings success, even a full-blown hit.