On the eve of the main Mipcom market action, several key U.S. companies unveiled deals that they expect to trumpet throughout the week on the Riviera.
Imagine sitting on a train hurtling through the countryside at nearly 200 miles per hour and being able to see your favorite TV show on your phone.
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"American Idol" judge Randy Jackson is making his first foray into TV production, setting up his Dream Merchant 21 Entertainment banner at Warner Horizon Television.
Robert Halmi's RHI Entertainment has inked an agreement with France's M6 whereby the Gallic station has agreed to license the U.S. company's slate of upcoming minis, movies and library material.
The fierce Filipino TV ratings fight has hit U.S. shores. GMA, which two years ago managed to topple longtime network leader ABS-CBN in the Manila audience figures, now hopes to repeat that success…
The Indian cable and satellite distribution network is evolving rapidly with the advent of direct-to-home players, coupled with the implementation of the long-delayed conditional access system (CAS)…
"Ugly Betty" continues to gussy up ABC's Thursday night, retaining most of its impressive premiere ratings in its second try. News isn't as good for the Alphabet's 10 o'clock newbie "Six Degrees,"…
The Radio and Television News Directors Assn. has petitioned the Federal Communications Commission to stop its inquiry into local TV stations' use of video news releases, sometimes derisively…
Whether it was Aardman's "Shaun the Sheep," the Beeb's "Skunk Fu" or Nelvana's scatological "Fartzilla," buyers were spoiled for choice at Mipcom Jr., which wrapped Sunday.