Tony Hall, head of news for 10 years at the BBC, is stepping down to become exec director of London's Royal Opera House. Hall was beaten to the post of BBC director general last year by Greg Dyke…
As ABC grows more gray hairs, the traditional Big Three networks now are closer in age than ever before.
Her palms were sweaty, knees knocked, breathing accelerated. If you didn't know better, you'd think Dr. Shelby Lane needed a doctor.
Digital television has the potential to transform a passive medium into a cornucopia of interactive opportunities for advertising.
Reality shows may be a hot ticket right now, but Latin American telenovelas are still cooking. For Mexico's Televisa, the single largest producer of the genre, and other major broadcasters like…
The closer NATPE 2001 gets, the louder the chatter grows about the biz's return to talk. Despite the failure of batches of yakkers launched during the two most recent syndie TV seasons to reach…
Media and publishing giant Prisa has become Spain's first communications company to set up a U.S. production company, targeting the increasingly rich U.S. Hispanic market. Plural Entertainment, a…
Though the new-media market has had less than stellar success this year, the Netcos attending NATPE are hoping to change all that.
The day before Tribune Entertainment's "Talk or Walk" pilot was due to shoot, the featured guests took the runthrough seriously and opted to walk.
Planetfeedback.com is a leading consumer porthole for filing complaints, compliments and opinions about products, services and issues. Planetfeedback is directed to service companies, government…
In the post-election craze, President-elect George W. Bush was proud of the fact that he didn't have cable at his Crawford, Texas, ranch. While the rest of the world turned to 24-hour newscasts in…