Asia Television (ATV) and Hong Kong Cable Television (Cable TV) are furious that broadcast rights to a tribute event featuring Olympic medalists from China and Hong Kong was awarded to rival…
What's a beautiful woman to do? Forced into a marriage with the usurper who forcibly supplanted the man she loves, she discovers she's pregnant and will have to bear a child she doesn't want.
Bangladesh's government is tapping into the nation's love of soap operas to promote health awareness and address sensitive issues such as family planning in the conservative Muslim country.
A trip to the ballpark, the boxing ring and even Oklahoma are in store for viewers of the six new Tuesday offerings this fall on the broadcast nets. But while this rare exhibition of network…
The cast and crew are living in tents, taking cold showers and obeying the local "no alcohol" edict.
Spain's commercial broadcasters have had a sun-kissed summer. Telecinco and Antena 3 posted some of the best figures for operating cash flow in recent Euro broadcasting memory: 43% for Telecinco and…
The French were treated to an unusual sight this week: Patrick Le Lay, outspoken prexy of Gaul's leading web TF1, being contrite.
Soaps may be targeted at adult auds, but in South Africa they are fast becoming a favorite with children, ahead of cartoons, educational programs, reality TV and music shows.
Voiceover: Broadcast news is making its own news of late, and not all of it is good.
French TV exports rose 3.8% last year as the Gallic TV biz began to pull itself out of the hole that was 2002. While sales of finished product dropped 1.7% in 2003 to E104.3 million ($125.8 million)…
Not only is NBC's "Father of the Pride" doing nicely in the ratings, it's getting a roar of approval from Democratic viewers.