EM.TV reported an after-tax loss of €24.5 million ($21 million) for the first quarter of 2002, following a loss of $47.5 million in the first quarter of 2001.
CTV has recast its specialty TV subsidiaries in its own image. From here on in, NetStar Communications and NetStar Enterprises will be known respectively as CTV Specialty Television and CTV Specialty…
Higher revenues and subscriptions helped digital video recorder maker TiVo cut first-quarter losses by nearly half, compared to a year ago.
The National Geographic Channel plans to localize its offerings in India, weaving a distinct Indian texture into its look and packaging.
So Brian Williams will, indeed, inherit the plum "NBC Nightly News" throne from Tom Brokaw in two and a half years. But as the crown prince gets ready to try on the crown, there are lots of rumblings…
The South African Advertising and Research Foundation has thrown the cat among the pigeons by removing race as a demographic from its research data.
A coalition repping the Hollywood studios, U.S. producers and the Australian production industry is urging the government to extend the tax rebate for feature films and miniseries to big-budget TV…
They knew it couldn't last: After soaring to record Nielsen ratings during April, ad-supported cable networks tumbled back to earth in May.
Drama has made a comeback on the BBC after playing second fiddle to quizzers and reality TV in recent years.
Keeping the lines of communication open with its affils could pay off bigtime for CBS.
ABC's new take on "Dragnet" probably best illustrates the primetime paths the networks are taking next season: Skein figures to be dripping in both nostalgia and crime.