Imitation may well be a form of flattery, but to owners of phenomenally successful formats like "Idol," imitation is piracy.
Thanks to some leggy wannabe models, there's a spring in the step of UPN for the first time in several years.
She is clumsy, gullible, plain, wears thick black-rimmed glasses and teeth braces and dresses in unflattering clothes -- meet Jassi, India's latest television phenomenon.
Where next for the stricken BBC following the resignation of chairman Gavyn Davies and the ousting of director general Greg Dyke in the wake of the Hutton report?
Argentina's government is preparing a radical revamp of broadcasting law that would enforce foreign ownership caps and set programming quotas for the first time.
The rehabilitation of Janet Jackson has begun in earnest, and taking the lead is MTV sister network BET.
Mexican legislators are urging a formal government probe into possible fraud by TV Azteca chairman and majority owner, Ricardo Salinas Pliego.
Akira Kurosawa's masterpiece "Seven Samurai" (1954) is the source of one of Hollywood's earliest remakes of an Asian film -- John Sturges' "The Magnificent Seven" (1960) -- and has inspired dozens of…
The recent insolvencies of the African Broadcasting Network and rival TV Africa have sounded the death knell for a brave dream to transform the broadcasting landscape on the continent.
Think Spain, and you imagine mass hedonism: beach-side fiestas, village festivals, seething bars.
"Finding Nemo" left the competition awash at the 31st annual Annie Awards on Saturday. The Disney/Pixar film took nine trophies, winning in every category in which it was nominated.