The kudocast comeback of 2007 continued Sunday night with the Oscars, which gained about 1 million viewers vs. the previous year.
More departures are in the pipeline from the commissioning team at Five, the U.K. terrestrial web in the midst of restructuring its programming arm.
The European TV industry's very own soap opera -- the sale of Endemol by Spanish telco giant Telefonica -- is moving into its final episode.
Zodiak Television has bought Swedish production outfit Yellow Bird.
Three types of people watch the Oscar show: Grumpy TV critics working on deadline; film fans watching at home; and attendees at the Kodak Theater. The first group is guaranteed to gripe; second…
The most prominent award shows have been undergoing a kind of collective nervous breakdown, wondering what concessions to decorum must be undertaken to stem declining ratings and stand out amid the…
Canadian thesps Gordon Pinsent and Maria Del Mar received nods as the top male and female thesps in 2006 from ACTRA, the union repping 21,000 members of the acting profession in Canada.
Mexican media titan Televisa must offer its popular broadcast channels to competitors if it wants to take a stake in cable company TVI, Mexico's antitrust commission said Sunday.
There's nothing quite like the "death" of a titular character to juice the ratings. ABC's "Grey's Anatomy" continued its hot streak Thursday, as the culmination of a three-part February sweeps…
London-based Gateway Communications is set to challenge Johannesburg-based pan-African paycaster Multichoice's monopoly in the English pay TV market in sub-Saharan Africa with the launch of a…