After months of searching for a replacement for ad sales exec VP Lynn Picard, Lifetime Networks has named Debbie Richman to the position. Richman will be leaving media buyer OMD to join the net.
Confirmation of the growing overseas interest in the Indian entertainment sector came Thursday with the release of government figures showing record levels of foreign investment in 2007.
KidsCo, the joint venture channel owned by NBC Universal, DIC Entertainment (DIC) and Corus Entertainment Inc.'s Nelvana Enterprises, is being rolled out across Asia.
The networks are about to find out just how much damage the WGA strike did to their relationship with viewers.
Night after night, people are tuning in to see docu specials and series about UFOs, the Hell's Angels, gang wars, bounty hunters, prison lockdowns, and even one called "The Secret History of the Bra."
Israel is boycotting pan-Arab newscaster Al-Jazeera due to what it perceives as bias in its reporting of the Palestinian-Israeli conflict.
The man in the adjoining airplane seat on the flight into Baghdad leans over, pulls out his mobile phone and whispers, "Want to see a video?"
An interview with a U.S.-funded Persian television channel has left a leading Iranian reformist MP facing possible charges of treason.
At one time, HBO Central Europe was viewed as a quintessential American export, subscribed to by local viewers hungry for western blockbuster movies, series and concerts.
I always knew the Rutles would last. It wasn't just the trousers. It was the whole package. It was obvious to anyone who looked.
It's all here: The highs, the lows, the triumphs and tragedies -- and, of course, the trousers. Even 30 years on, Rutles docu "All You Need Is Cash" endures as an insightful, breezily paced pic that…