The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences has announced its 2005 Interactive Television Emmy Award winners. The Emmy for program-specific enhanced or interactive TV went to TV Land, Nick at Nite and…
Struggling TV station Toronto 1 is reportedly changing its name to Sun-TV to strengthen its link with the successful Toronto Sun newspaper.
ESPN Brasil has bought the nonexclusive paybox rights for the 2006 Soccer World Cup in Germany for an undisclosed amount.
A new TV network went on air Aug. 16 in Kabul, Afghanistan, touting original content about local culture and politics as well as English-language and international programming.
Heading into last season, Sunday was the most wide-open night of the week, ready for the taking. Well, it's been taken. ABC soared to Sunday supremacy and is the overwhelming fave to stay that way…
Argentina's Canal 9 climbed to second in the overall ratings in July for the first time in 13 years, driven by top talent the broadcaster lured from leader Telefe at the beginning of the year.
Soccer legend Diego Maradona debuted as a TV host Aug. 15 in a splashy two-hour program that upped ratings for struggling Buenos Aires broadcaster Artear-Canal 13.
The Lebanese Parliament voted Aug. 16 to reopen broadcaster Murr TV, known locally as MTV, three years after it was banned for criticizing the pro-Syrian government of Lebanon's then-President Emile…
Fourth-ranked Kiwi web Prime New Zealand is back at the drawing board after its audacious but failed attempt to crack the early-evening TV schedules.
Webheads used to call in the firing squad after two or three episodes of a ratings dud. Now certain reality shows are getting a reprieve on cable. CBS moved one of the three editions of "Rock Star…