Take some bleeding stones, ghosts, the stunning Brittany coastline and a heroine with Lara Croft's vital statistics and what do you get? French commercial broadcaster TF1's recipe for the Gallic TV…
Reality TV is about to see a battle -- between its writers and producers -- that's bitter enough to be worthy of its own reality show.
Spanish critics call Andreu Buenafuente "the Latino Letterman." It's only partly hype. Terrestrial commercial broadcaster Antena 3's latenight chat show "Buenafuente" pulls in 1.5 million viewers…
India's rich were a television audience waiting to be discovered -- and in the last few months Discovery, Rupert Murdoch's Star and Indian media group Bennett Coleman's Zoom web have done just that.
Television auds kicked up some dust and made TNT's epic oater "Into the West" a ratings winner this summer, but they've been less interested in traveling back another 1,900 years for ABC's early Rome…
With just under a year left before the Soccer World Cup kicks off in Germany, Latin America's TV nets already are working themselves into a frenzy to provide the biggest and best coverage.
There is no quick fix in sight for Mexico's ailing indie net CNI Canal 40 -- it's off the air, creditor TV Azteca is filing to begin bankruptcy proceedings and its owner, Javier Moreno Valle, remains…
Yeah, but what I really want to do is act. No fewer than 25 local TV station and online film reporters make quick cameos in Fox's "Fantastic Four," which launched July 8.
Tuning In: At the risk of being forced to hand in my pundit card, here is the most sweeping observation I can deliver about the future of TV and media: Anyone who purports to know what will happen…
Despite spending $120 million to produce 13 of its own primetime soaps for three years, NBC's Telemundo has yet to make a dent in rival Univision's hold over Hispanic viewers.