Asians love Gallic TV. The region equaled North America in picking up 9% of French TV exports in 2002, and industryites are determined to make sure it stays that way, which explains why exhibitors…
Dennis Miller is many things -- comedian, reborn Republican, touch-and-go actor, attempted sportscaster and satirist.
one area of the business has built up an immunity to the malaise that's seeping through so many of its showbiz counterparts. That privileged party is basic cable. For proof, look no further than the…
China will get its first two domestic 24-hour cable movie channels this month, with more slated for next year, in a sign that local stations are starting to respond to the competition from foreign…
One of America's uniquely snarky pastimes -- political attack ads --took a broadside last week from none other than the Supreme Court.
Ad spending on feevees in Argentina, the biggest pay TV market in Latin America, shot up 69% in the third quarter of 2003 from a year earlier as a recovering economy encouraged advertisers to buy…
Running a 24-hour news channel should be a no-brainer for one of the world's biggest news organizations -- particularly when it's spending around £50 million ($85 million) a year of taxpayers' money.
MTV just got punk'd. Ashton Kutcher, creator and star of the net's hidden camera show "Punk'd," has thrown in the towel, effectively calling off the series' upcoming third season.