The powers that be still rule Mexico's TV market, with Televisa claiming nearly 70% of broadcast auds and its only significant commercial rival, TV Azteca, picking up the slack.
Korean sellers will be arriving at Mipcom during a critical time for the fortunes of homegrown TV dramas.
Major sports events and news aside, locally produced series and entertainment formats still lead overall in the Scandi territories. Program directors are all talking about the demise of cynical…
As the global TV business arrives on the French Riviera for the 23rd edition of Mipcom, the Hollywood contingency comes full of promise, hope and swagger.
Chinese TV companies are adopting a steady-as-she-goes policy on what skeins to produce or buy while the government continues its war against programming it finds vulgar.
While youth will always be served in the global television landscape, U.S. producers are discovering the appeal of a little maturity.
Local drama fare continues to dominate Russian television, with imports remaining the exceptions rather than the rule.
It is a small world after all. With studios increasingly dependent on international sales revenue, casting agents must seek out performers with cross-cultural appeal.
Do not count Leslie Moonves among the media-titan CEOs who toss and turn at night fretting about the future of the traditional television business.
Half an hour of channel surfing in metropolitan Mumbai can leave a foreign visitor bewildered and exhausted -- but in no doubt of the Indian TV scene's fast-moving vibrancy.
In the kidvid biz, there's nothing more valuable than a beloved classic property that appeals to both poppets and parents.