Czech Prime Minister Jiri Paroubek hopes to improve his government's sagging popularity before next year's general elections by hosting a TV show in which he will respond to questions emailed by…
Argentine President Nestor Kirchner has extended cable, radio and terrestrial TV broadcasting licenses for an extra 10 years to give the sector greater security despite the country's volatility.
Bangkok-based Chaiyo Prods. has pacted with Chinese and local partners to co-produce a 52-part "Project Ultraman" skein, costing $2.6 million.
The nets have trotted out their fall skeds for advertisers, but they're hardly etched it stone.
Test transmissions kicked off last week for Televisora del Sur (Television of the South), the new Venezuelan-based pan-Latino satellite news and entertainment channel.
Tuning In: In the 1960 classic "The Time Machine," a beautiful race of simpleminded people falls into a trance when a horn blares, causing them to march in lockstep like a tranquilized pack of…
TV Azteca is struggling with fraud charges against its topper, Ricardo Salinas, but it isn't the only Mexican net suffering under a problematic owner
Forget about Carrie and Bo: The real star of last week's "American Idol" finale was Ford.
The Brits' love-hate relationship with reality TV will be tested to destruction in the coming weeks -- and the loser looks likely to be the nation's biggest commercial terrestrial player, embattled…
A movie scripted by Richard Curtis can usually be relied upon to take $250 million in worldwide box office. But Curtis' latest effort, "The Girl in the Cafe," has a different ambition.
Network TV elbowed its way back to the water cooler last season -- and it paid off in the ratings.