It was an ultra-competitive L.A. Screenings for the Canuck broadcasters, with all the key players shelling out big-time for Hollywood fare.
Producer and former Kirch Media exec Jan Mojto and director Helmut Dietl were among the recipients of the Bavarian Television Award in Munich on Friday.
ABC's online 24-hour news channel has named Alina Cho as its first on-air correspondent, anchoring live coverage and introducing news reports.
Mark Woods, the acquisitions and investment manager for Australia's dominant feevee movie channel Showtime, has ankled following a restructure.
The Australian Broadcasting Corp. is quitting digital broadcasting and will shutter ABC Kids and youth signal Fly TV, after almost two years and close to zero eyeballs.
Sony Pictures TV has recruited veteran TV helmer Bob Loudin to direct syndicated gameshow "Pyramid."
The deal contract emails have started flying through cyberspace, and media buyers should end up funneling a record $5.2 billion or more in upfront ad dollars to adrenaline-pumped cable networks.
While network execs' jaws dropped last week at the record $9.2 billion they racked up from advertisers in this year's upfront market, Madison Avenue was less taken aback.
A public report recommending a radical shakeup of the production and broadcast of Canadian English-language TV drama has drawn a mixed response from industryites.
Annika Sorenstam's historic first day at the Colonial golf tournament produced record ratings for the opening round of a regular PGA tour event on the USA Network.
ABC's lagging Sunday morning news show "This Week" ended the 2002-03 season in third place for the first time in at least 15 years.