After four years of uber-reality shows led by "Big Brother" and "Operacion Triunfo," drama once more rules primetime in Spain.
It's been a rough and costly road, but digital terrestrial television (DTT) arrived in Japan on Dec. 1. Pubcaster NHK and the five national commercial networks, as well as 11 regional broadcasters…
Ten Sports TV, owned by Middle East mogul Sheikh Abdur Rahman Bukhatir, has spread its footprint from India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and the Maldives to include western Asia.
Premiere, Germany's only nationwide pay TV service, is getting some competition. Ish, the regional cable company in the state of North Rhine-Westphalia, which serves more than 4 million households…
For anyone keeping count, there are now awards for video games, classic TV and comedy -- and you can get 'em while they're hot, live on cable!
Producers at Japan's third-largest network, Tokyo Broadcasting System (TBS), are overjoyed. A quirky film targeted at a teenage audience and based on a TBS television series broadcast early last year…
Modern Times Group's format producer and distributor Strix has moved into the Middle East and Africa, striking an option deal for its format "Coffee Shop" to Lebanese Broadcasting Corp. Intl. (LBCI).
New York mag's Michael Wolff says he found it superbly ironic that PBS' "The NewsHour With Jim Lehrer" spiked an interview he did about his new book dissing media moguls.
Before his ouster as Vivendi Universal topper, Jean-Marie Messier enraged Gaul's film community by proclaiming "the French cultural exception is dead."
Everybody's jumping down Nielsen's throat these days over the puzzling disappearance of large numbers of young-male viewers compared to those watching TV a year ago.