Mexican media conglom Televisa is moving beyond its traditional focus in telenovelas in 2007 with a lineup of new genres. Web is preparing hipper dramas, action, comedy and horror series as well as…
As the clock ticks down until NBC U chairman Bob Wright announces his exit -- and presumably TV chief Jeff Zucker takes over -- speculation is mounting over how a slimmed-down 2.0 TV group might be…
Oz abolished its decades-old protectionist media laws in October and, although the new laws don't come into effect until the New Year, the media landscape is already altered beyond recognition.
A massive push by the Chinese government to boost the flagging domestic toon biz will translate into 80,000 minutes of animation this year, a sharp increase on last year's 42,700 minutes.
Can two individuals transform the British television industry in the time it takes to air a miniseries? Perhaps not, but the impact of BSkyB topper James Murdoch's dawn raid for a 17.9% stake in ITV…
After narrowly losing the election in April, Silvio Berlusconi vowed to make the center-left Romano Prodi government fall as quickly as possible.
The country's No. 2 TV broadcaster Sistema Brasileiro de Televisao (SBT) and rival TV Record have rejoined lobbying group the Brazilian Assn. of Radio and TV Broadcasters (Abert) after a 5-year break.
A year in, ABC has answered the biggest nagging question in its latenight lineup: Can "Nightline" exist without Ted Koppel? After the barrage of criticism and half-hearted praise, "Nightline" has…
For those who remember the go-go dot-com boom, the recent explosion of broadband offerings has the vague feeling of partying like it's 1999 -- without, hopefully, the same killer gone-bust hangover.
Though ABC and CBS have gotten most of the headlines this fall, NBC has quietly put pieces together. Sure, the new Sunday night NFL package is responsible for much of its ratings growth, but the…