Illegal sellers of TV signal decoders, whose sales have rocketed in Hong Kong as fans clamor to watch the World Cup, has sparked outrage among cable and satellite channel operators who paid hefty…
Pan-African television network TVAfrica moved into multimillion-dollar studios in Johannesburg, ready for its biggest broadcast challenge -- the soccer World Cup, which kicked off May 31 in Korea and…
BBC World is re-tuning its India-specific program menu to include documentaries. "The intention is to try out new shows," says Narendhra Morar, BBC World's commissioning editor. "We will look at a…
Network sales execs are popping the champagne now, but those cheers may turn to tears if the webs don't deliver the promised eyeballs.
Australian producers moan that it's harder than ever to finance drama, but pay TV platform Optus is playing an increasingly vital role in providing money to get projects over the line.
The boffo upfront ad market doesn't mean the boom times are back for network TV. Sales execs at the Big Six had barely finished counting their hard-won coin last week when talent agents started…
Granada Australia's fortunes look set to improve after the boffo response from Brit crix to its six-part sitcom "Dossa and Joe," unspooling on pubcaster BBC2, and Brit drama "Cold Feet," shot Down…
The cable industry is on a roll, churning out series as culture events faster than the movie companies engineer summer blockbusters.
It's transition time at DreamWorks TV, as the boutique operation mulls a new financial model that would change the way it does business.
NBC's sure going to miss the NBA next season. The final season of the "NBA on NBC" has proved mighty powerful for the Peacock, as a trio of thrilling Western Conference Finals games between the L.A…
Telefonica is at it again: a new media boss, a new media structure, the same old media mess.