The Cable and Satellite Broadcasting Assn. of Asia (Casbaa) is spinning off its India members into a special branch.
Brazil's pay TV subs base reached 3.78 million at the end of 2004, up 7.3% from the previous year.
The barrage of news footage covering the death of Pope John Paul II that is being beamed around the world comes, surprisingly, from just one source.
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Big Brother1Rating: 2.3 Share: 8 Viewers (Millions): 6.6 Network: CBS
America's Got Talent
America's Got Talent2Rating: 1.8 Share: 6 Viewers (Millions): 9.2 Network: NBC
Hasta El Fin Del Mundo
Hasta El Fin Del Mundo3Rating: 1.5 Share: 5 Viewers (Millions): 3.5 Network: Uni
When Telemundo prexy and CEO Jim McNamara ankled the NBC-owned Spanish-lingo channel last week talk had been circulating for months that his contract, which expired March 31, would not be renewed.
It was supposed to be a big year for Peter Jennings. His two longtime competitors, Tom Brokaw and Dan Rather, stepped down in the course of four months, leaving him the last of the fabled troika in…
India's media conglom Zee Telefilms plans to launch a global English-lingo news channel with an Asian perspective by the end of this year.
Here we go again. It's already the stuff of legend how Time Warner lost out on the bidding for MGM to Sony and its partners. So Time Warner topper Richard Parsons must have winced last week when…
American families aren't watching as much television together these days, but it's not like broadcast nets are giving mom, pop and the kids much to bond over anyway.
Uruguay's government has opened bidding for cable TV licenses in the capital, Montevideo, in a bid to increase competition, drive down subscription fees and improve services.
"Battlestar Galactica" has thrown overboard the idealized future of "Star Trek" and its sequels, transforming old-fashioned space opera into gritty, dystopian melodrama -- a reinvention that has made…