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…
In news that should surprise no one, the most-watched show in Mexico is a telenovela.
This year will mark a before-and-after in Spanish broadcasting. Spain's government will approve its first analog terrestrial broadcaster in 15 years: a relaunched version of Sogecable paybox Canal…