The networks will fill their bellies with serials this fall, developing an enormous appetite for shows with open-ended storylines.
This year, soccer fans in Brazil, the current cup holder, will be able to watch the games on the Internet for the first time, as well as the usual terrestrial and pay TV platforms.
The buzz surrounding pro basketball has grown so loud since the playoffs began in mid-March that David Stern, commissioner of the NBA, can't stop grinning.
Across the Mideast, the World Cup is a rare unifier for a region more commonly associated with conflicts and disputes. The main cause for solidarity among auds isn't team allegiance, it's the fact…
With more than 40 million TV homes and annual ad revenue of $4.1 billion in 2005, Brazil is one of the world's largest TV markets. But it lacked a confab where local and international players could…
In the coming four weeks, audiences around the globe will be tuned via TV, radio, computer, cellphone or carrier pigeon into what is arguably the biggest sporting fiesta -- maybe even the biggest…
Digital TV subscribers who navigate basic cable, pay TV and pay-per-view are faced with a glut of as many as 4,000 movie titles to sort through each month.
Alleged foul play, curve-balls, rivalry: Spain's broadcaster battle over World Cup coverage has delivered high-class drama -- the Cup itself could prove quite an anti-climax.
Tuning In: In the new season of HBO's "Entourage" premiering this week, fictional star Vincent Chase mulls whom to squire to the premiere of his movie "Aquaman," edgily waits for opening box office…
20th Century Fox is embarking on another adventure to turn one of its hit TV shows into a bigscreen franchise, hiring writers to adapt "24" into a feature. But the TV-to-film trail is difficult to…
The BBC has nabbed U.K. terrestrial rights to CBS Paramount TV's Stanley Tucci starrer "3 LBS" for a reputed £300,000 ($540,000) an episode, despite last year's government warning to the pubcaster to…