Mexico gave out its first national awards, the Principios, for the best in broadcast television in the past year.
When TiVo prexy Marty Yudkowitz gathered reps from the advertising industry and Hollywood in May in Santa Monica, he proudly touted his company's value to marketers.
StarHub CableVision finally launched its delayed Digital TV service at the end of May in time for the June 12 kickoff of the UEFA Euro 2004 soccer championship, for which interactive services and…
Media and advertising tycoon John Singleton is dangling a large carrot in front of Australian producers.
It always sounded too good to be true. The news that self-styled "Comedy Terrorist" Aaron Barschak -- who first gained notoriety by gate-crashing Prince William's 21st birthday party in 2003 while…
"Resistire" (Forever Julia) was the big winner at the Argentine Assn. of Television and Radio Journalists awards ceremony June 22.
The Czech Parliament has rejected a proposal to raise license fees for pubcaster Czech TV.
SoapNet has greenlit 20 episodes of "Soapography," the net's third original series.
"Dawson's Creek" creator Kevin Williamson is ready to stick his toe back in the television waters, signing a two-script deal at 20th Century Fox TV.
Firing the next salvo in the reality wars, Fox has greenlit the tentatively titled skein "Trading Spouses: Meet Your New Mommy."
Twentieth Century Fox may rack up close to $20 million from the sale of its hit theatrical "Cheaper by the Dozen" in a shared network window between Turner's TBS, the Fox network and ABC Family.