Satcaster Dubai TV is set to shake up Arab TV drama with a groundbreaking skein employing the kind of budgets and lavish production values more familiar in the U.S. than in the local industry.
Carlos Avila has switched sports. The media executive is best known for "Futbol de Primera," Argentina's venerable soccer program. But Avila's big focus now will be on a venture built around golf, a…
Organizers hoping to add sizzle to Canada's Gemini Awards by taking the show on the road have their work cut out for them.
Vocento, a formerly stolid regional press group, is prepping a buying spree in Spanish film and TV, drawing on a war chest of north of $500 million in cash and credit.
Pay TV piracy has cost Asia a whopping $1.13 billion so far this year, 6% up on 2005, according to a study by the Cable and Satellite Broadcasting Assn. of Asia and Standard Chartered Bank.
Tuning In: In the past few weeks, I have done something that's embarrassing for any respectable TiVo subscriber -- that is, actually watched commercials.
European TV movies come under the spotlight in what could be the only fest exclusively dedicated to the genre.
It's barely a month into the new TV season and CBS' star-studded heist drama "Smith" is already off the air. NBC's "Kidnapped" has been banished to Saturday night for the remainder of its run. And…
Auds are about to get a feeling of deja vu over ... deja vu. On Nov. 15, ABC will bow "Day Break," a new drama starring Taye Diggs that follows a cop wrongly accused of murder who keeps reliving the…
Amid the gloom and doom of layoffs and primetime woes, Peacock execs last week could at least take comfort in their new "Heroes." The drama has turned into this season's biggest frosh hit, scoring…