Indian television is now in the midst of its biggest upheaval since the introduction of color broadcasts. Many of the elements of change -- such as the explosion of direct-to-home satellite…
If you were seated across the table from Larry King and could ask him one of those hardball, gut-ripping, world-changing "Larry King kind of questions," what would you ask him?
Reality TV is the order of the day for China, with "American Idol"-style skeins proving popular with auds -- though unpopular with politicians who feel they undermine morality.
Fragmentation is the budding story in Spain. Combined audience share for the three main nationwide channels -- Telecinco, Antena 3 TV and pubcaster TVE1 -- fell from 59% at the end of 2006 to 56% by…
If TV biz scandals could turn viewers away from the tube, sets all across Japan would be black by now. Ever since a popular infotainment show from Osaka-based Kansai Telecasting was caught faking…
Both TV2 and RTL Klub, Hungary's only terrestrial commercial nets, will be looking for U.S.- and European-made series in their ongoing ratings battles. But Hungarian cablers may prove a more…
The United States does mass-market TV really well, and that's what the Star TV satcaster is looking for at Mip. Ross Crowley, senior VP of programming for the News Corp.-owned media and entertainment…
Peter O'Toole and Sam Neill will star in "Iron Road," an $18 million budgeted television miniseries about the building of the North American transcontinental railroad.
Shaw Brothers martial-arts films are heading for the Middle East. Celestial Pictures and MBC, the Middle East's leading TV network, inked an exclusive deal for a package of martial-arts pics to be…
Stan Daniels, who won Emmys as co-creator and executive producer of "Taxi," and writer-producer of "The Mary Tyler Moore Show," died April 6 of heart failure in Encino, Calif. He was 72.