Leading Brazilian broadcaster TV Globo is prepping two new reality formats: "Exaustos," which will bow April 12, and "Arquivo de um Crime," which will launch in May or June.
Japanese pubcaster NHK and commercial broadcasters have agreed to set up a joint body in July to examine onscreen ethics and deal with viewers' complaints, in the run-up to the bow of digital…
Even the rockers are starting to get nervous about an impending U.S. invasion of Iraq. MTV produced a primetime special on the subject last week called "Confronting Iraq." The half-hour program was…
BSkyB chief executive Tony Ball is talking tough as content contracts with U.S. studios and channel providers come up for renewal at the U.K.'s dominant pay TV platform.
Jerry Lewis is back -- in the legendary small-screen version of "The Jazz Singer" excoriated by critics following its 1959 airing on NBC.
Michael Jackson knows all about being "Bashir-ed." But away from the cameras, Martin Bashir, the softspoken journalist who is being depicted as the prince of darkness since his controversial TV…
A holy war has broken out on Brazilian TV between self-proclaimed bishop and TV network owner Edir Macedo and his brother-in-law and fellow TV evangelist, Romildo Ribeiro Soares.
Whether he's trashing TiVo, pushing the virtues of repurposing or refusing to pay big bucks to renew "Buffy the Vampire Slayer," Jamie Kellner relishes a good fight.
When Taiwan's Minister of Justice Chen Ding-nan appeared in public in February to emphasize his commitment to stamping out piracy, he invited a high-profile guest: himself.
Next fall's syndicated rookies -- led by "Living It Up! With Ali & Jack," "The Ellen DeGeneres Show," "Starting Over" and "The Sharon Osbourne Show" -- vaulted over their first hurdle when they…
Global production outfit Endemol has taken a 51% stake in Dutch mobile telephone content developer, producer and distributor Overloaded as it slowly shifts from a TV content churner to a…
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