Tuning In: The television season has only just begun, and at this nascent stage no one can project with clarity how things are going to turn out. Hell, a number of new series haven't even premiered…
At the Sept. 20 taping of CBS' "Rock Star: INXS" closing episode, the two finalists were answering questions just before the climactic showdown. Co-host Dave Navarro's first query: How do you like…
He's worth a cool $4 billion at retail in the U.S., but can "SpongeBob SquarePants" give Nickelodeon the edge over its rivals in Europe's fiercely competitive kids TV market?
The most inconclusive election outcome in Germany's post-war history has left the country seemingly rudderless and the showbiz sector anxiously awaiting resolution. In a country where politics plays…
The state of Eastern Europe's TV industry will be the focus of the upcoming European Television Dialogue, taking place in Munich on the eve of the Medientage Muenchen media confab next month.
If early signs mean anything, it's going to be a brutal fall for the Big Six -- though there are several significant bright spots.
Russian small business will get a boost this fall thanks to innovative reality show "Chance."
ABC's bid to launch the next political drama must improve considerably if the goal is to be around when a woman actually might gain this show's title in 2008. Despite nice touches in Rod Lurie's…
It's musical chairs for Argentina's most influential TV host-impresario, Marcelo Tinelli, who joined Canal 9 in January after 15 years with dominant broadcaster Telefe.
Is TV on the skids as the combination of smart recorders, Internet and mobile devices deal a death blow to the ancient art of commissioning, scheduling and watching the tube?
Former ABC News war correspondent Richard Gizbert is about to wage his own war -- on his ex-bosses.