NBC won't be airing its "Van Helsing"-inspired skein "Transvylvania," but the vampire fighter may still make it to the small screen. Here! TV, which produces gay and lesbian themed-programming, is…
Tuning In: Under normal circumstances, hearing a 67-year-old near-billionaire opine that the underclass would benefit from better education, fewer teen pregnancies and a lower incarceration rate…
China's growing appetite for sports programming and factors such as the Beijing 2008 Olympics mean that sports are now one of the key channel drivers in the country's pay TV development.
Is "Star Trek" out of gas -- or dilithium crystals, as the "Trek" faithful would say? The bigscreen "Star Trek: Nemesis" stumbled two years ago. UPN recently banished the fourth season of low-rated…
As head of powerful French broadcaster TF1, Patrick Le Lay has never had many fans among France's high-minded cultural community.
Mexico has released a timetable for establishing national digital, high-definition television signals, a step forward for a government that has been slow to update transmission technology, and a…
Kerry Packer's Nine Network has maintained its ratings dominance this year but faces stiff challenges from Ten's "Australian Idol 2" and next month's Olympic Games coverage on Seven.
Can local clones of "The Apprentice" enthrall Euro audiences the way the Donald has managed to entrance viewers in the U.S.? That's one of the questions being posed this summer as a wave of Yank…
It's hard to know who to trust in TV land. According to NBC's Jeff Zucker, Fox TV is a thief that who rips off reality show ideas from others and rushes those shows onto the air first.
The Hungarian government will sponsor the launch of a Magyar-lingo TV network in the Transylvanian territory of northern Romania, Hungarian Prime Minister Peter Medgyessy announced during a recent…