Once upon a time, running Channel 4, famous for its freewheeling creativity, was seen as the best job in British television.
Russia's TV advertising market is set for a shakeup after leading ad sales house Video Intl. confirmed June 8 that it has lost its 10-year monopoly.
Kids crawling through pig parts and lard. Kids bathing in buckets of cockroaches. Family hour? You betcha.
Nickelodeon Latin America has bought its first locally produced show in the region -- top-rated Chilean kiddie show "31 Minutos" -- plus regional broadcast and licensing/merchandising rights.
A big, rollicking entertainment that draws liberally from its forebears, "La Femme Musketeer" is a whole lot of fun -- at times quite good, and occasionally bad enough that it's still kinda good…
Pakistan has banned five cable channels because they are not registered with the government-backed Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority.
After a protracted gestation period, Fox has finally birthed "Quintuplets," one of those series that seemingly exhausted most of its inspiration during the pitch meeting. Granted, the idea must have…
A dozen years ago, as a programming executive with USA Network, Bonnie Hammer grappled regularly with the head of World Wrestling Entertainment, Vince McMahon.
Media buyers and network sales execs slammed on the brakes this year, decelerating the fast, furious pace of upfronts past in favor of a smoother, more deliberate ride.
Sports mavens seized on a comment last week by Disney prexy Bob Iger that ESPN could get along fine without NFL Sunday-night regular-season games, even though they score sky-high ratings.