"Wait for Me" might not be the hottest show on Russian screens, but it's almost certainly the teariest.
The Nordic territories tend to make major changes on the media landscape in waves, and the past few months have been no exception.
Britain's NBD, which is celebrating its 21st anni, will tout highlights from one of the biggest live rock festivals in the world -- Glastonbury 2005 -- to buyers at Mip.
Two-time Emmy winner Sela Ward is returning to series television, coming on board Fox's red-hot medical drama "House." In her first role since "Once and Again" left the air three years ago, Ward will…
For years, French Canada has been a closed market for foreign TV fare, including U.S. network hits. But that's starting to change thanks to the proliferation and increasing popularity of French-lingo…
Two years ago, the SARS scare brought down a health minister and the Beijing mayor, both accused of trying to cover up the disease.
In Italy, reality is waning, digital delivery is catching on -- and the age-old rivalry between Mediaset and RAI keeps programmers on their toes.
Six-parter "World Shut Your Mouth" is an inhouse BBC1 production that will be handled by Channel 4 Intl. in Cannes.
After months of planning, News Corp. is taking the wraps off the overall strategy, look and programming plans for Fox Reality, the 24-hour nonfiction net slated to launch next month.
For Mexican broadcasters, there really is nothing like home cooking. And thanks to a buoyant economy and steadily rising ad sales, Televisa and TV Azteca find themselves in the enviable position of…
After cheating death last year, little-laffer-that-could "Yes, Dear" is making a strong play for another season. Critics have never given the skein much respect, and even CBS seemed to have grown…