SBS Broadcasting (SBS Netherlands), owner of a three-channel network in Holland, and Veronica, whose assets include the biggest brand name in the history of Dutch media, are in the last stages of…
China's Broadcasting Authority has relaxed broadcasting codes, allowing more program sponsorship.
Formats and regional distributors were the focus of Discop 2003, the premier programming market for Eastern Europe's emerging TV territories, held June 26-28 in the Hungarian capital.
The new media law, to be drafted in the coming weeks, is expected to deepen Hungary's commitment to an unencumbered commercial TV industry and strengthen its public TV sector.
Germany's sprawling Medienforum NRW, one of Europe's top media talking shops examining trends in TV, film, print and technology, became a battlefield for hard-up commercial webs to attack Germany's…
What's in a name? A lot, if you're a network about to pour millions into a marketing campaign to launch your new fall skeins or relaunch your channel.
Isabel Raventos, the highest-ranking woman in Spanish TV, is ankling as Endemol's Madrid-based chief operating offcer (Latin America) to go independent.
If TV veteran Reg Grundy had his time over again, you get the strong impression he would not be making many of the reality shows that have been in vogue around the world in the past few years.
Fox's "From Justin to Kelly" failed to crack the B.O. top 10, grossing $2.7 million over the June 20-22 weekend. That followed New Line's disastrous $3.7 million whimper on "The Real Cancun."
Live studios, a staple of early morning news shows, have become equally popular with cable nets targeting a younger demo. But in this case, it's not simply about waving frantically and blurting…
In a bid to woo more subscribers with reality programming, African paybox M-Net has expanded the search for a pop star in its second "Idols" series to include other African countries.