Launched only four months ago, Argentina's TeleMall is prepping to take its QVC-style home shopping net to Chile and Mexico.
Latin America's largest federation of labor unions, the Workers' Unified Central (CUT), bowed a weekly newsmagazine show on national television on Saturday.
Mexico's largest broadcaster, Televisa, will produce a telenovela in Miami, its first produced entirely in the U.S. Skein is based on a Venezuelan show by the same name, which was also remade in…
London-based producer RDF Media has tapped Jenny Crowther as an executive producer. She will develop a slate of new documentary and factual projects for all the U.K.'s terrestrial channels.
Having already produced six films from Swedish author Henning Mankell's Wallander series, Swedish pubcaster SVT has purchased the rights to film the remaining three novels about the lonely, slightly…
Fox has won another Wednesday in key ratings categories with "American Idol," as the first half-hour results edition crushed its competish at 8:30, according to preliminary nationals from Nielsen.
Robert Forster has joined the cast of the TNT/BBC six-hour drama "The Grid."
The WB is stepping up its unscripted development, starting with a six-episode commitment to a relationship-based reality show from exec producer Mike Fleiss.
Aiming to stimulate the moribund pay TV business, Foxtel today unveiled radically changed pricing and channel packaging deals for its digital service that's expected to launch next month.
CBS has greenlit a pair of comedies and added two thesps to "The Clubhouse," while Frank John Hughes is headed to NBC's "HUB."
Showtime has pacted with "Igby Goes Down" writer-director Burr Steers for a one-hour drama titled "A Fragile Kind of Violence."