BT Vision, the hybrid digital terrestrial video-on-demand/Internet TV offering from U.K. telco British Telecom, bowed Monday.
Disney Channel in Europe is beefing up its investment in original programming and local co-productions in a bid to strengthen its competitive position.
Ingenious Media Active Capital has invested £3 million ($5.9 million) to set up the Digital Rights Group, which in turn has agreed to acquire Portman Film & TV.
Ovation, the pint-sized arts-and-culture network, has taken a decisive move toward its summer relaunch by naming veteran cable execs Kris Slava and Deborah Cuffaro to key posts.
The CW is checking into "The Wilton," developing an hourlong script penned by newcomers Ben and Dan Newmark. The Newmarks are writing the comedy/drama and have been teamed with scribe Peter Lefcourt…
Just a month after it demanded that YouTube take them down, Comedy Central has put two of its most popular shows back online, but this time at a destination that's in the family.
Former "NYPD Blue" star Rick Schroder has a new beat, joining the cast of Fox's "24." Schroder has signed on for a regular role on the skein, which returns for its sixth season next month.
The CBC has blinked. In a significant strategic about-face, Canada's pubcaster is renewing its emphasis on local and regional news coverage and slashing its national news.
Digital terrestrial TV broadcasts began Friday in eight Japanese prefectures, primarily in the southern main island of Kyushu.
CNBC pulled the wraps off a broadband site Monday in a bid to reach additional business and financial professionals in the workplace.