The government has given the BBC the greenlight for a new £350 million ($542 million) cash facility to invest in commercial activities on top of the pubcaster's $310 million credit line.
CBS may soon be touched by a new project from Emmy-winning TV scribe John Masius ("Providence").
Kidvidder TV Loonland has slid into the red in the first half of 2002, with sales down by more than 50% as broadcasters tighten their belts.
In Demand, the dominant distributor of pay-per-view movies and events in the U.S., continues to build up its inventory of video-on-demand programs, signing a deal for VOD rights with Fox News and…
A London arbitration court began hearing arguments on Monday to determine the financial award the Czech Republic must pay Central European Media Enterprises for failing to protect its investments in…
The $65 billion that cable operators have shelled out since 1996 to rebuild their cable systems may finally be paying off.
Pridevision, the Canadian cable TV network geared to gays and lesbians that's seeking a foothold in the U.S., has hired Mark Lieber as senior programming adviser.
Hoping to break into television, feature scribe Mike Rich ("Finding Forrester") has landed a blind script deal with Tollin/Robbins Prods. at ABC.
With every news outlet from network mags to cable talkshows covering the aftermath of Sept. 11, it's difficult to find a new angle, but PBS' "Frontline" takes a religious approach to America's…
A day of mourning may turn into a week of distress for Madison Avenue and the networks.
There may just be room for an alternative network in Italy. Just last week, established players Mediaset and RAI, which normally account for 90% of total TV viewing, were beaten in the ratings by an…