Fremantle Distribution is bringing to the market ambitious TV movie "Promoted to Glory," toplining Ken Stott and produced by veteran British iconoclast Kenith Trodd.
After a 7.5% fall in 2001, Spain's TV ad market appears to have bottomed out.
World Wrestling Entertainment will flex its muscle on the Croisette with an extensive slate of new shows.
Britain's Carlton has just scored a number of deals in Eastern Europe. Bulgaria's Nova Channel has licensed 39 films including "The Fourth Protocol," with Michael Caine, and "Sophie's Choice," with…
Canal Plus has always had one of the highest profiles at both Mip markets -- although for reasons that haven't always been in its best interests.
The Euro pay TV biz is consolidating and Hollywood will foot the bill. Within one year, competition has disappeared in the U.K. and Poland and should vanish soon in Spain and Italy, leaving a string…
Chrysalis is taking its largest ever slate of docs to Mip, including the definitive four-part history of country music "The Lost Highway."
Latin American broadcasters continue to grapple with recession and acquisition budgets further squeezed by currency depreciation.
Over the past five years, BBC1 has made great strides against rival ITV1. Although BBC1 remains in second place in primetime viewing, the network has consistently cut into ITV1's lead and remains…
In Germany, 2002 was a shape-shifting year that saw the collapse of the Kirch media empire and the beginning of a new order in the country's TV industry.
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The Voice1Rating: 3.4 Share: 9 Viewers (Millions): 12.8 Network: NBC
The Sing Off
The Sing Off2Rating: 2.4 Share: 6 Viewers (Millions): 8.4 Network: NBC
Sleepy Hollow3Rating: 2.1 Share: 5 Viewers (Millions): 6.5 Network: FOX