Broadcasters may be put through their paces by the newly elected Republican-led Congress -- especially by John McCain.
There's a steamroller on Thursday nights crushing everything in its path. And unless some of its slot rivals offer up resistance, it will continue on its unabated track to Megahitville.
Larry Gelbart must've done a head-snapping double take when HBO announced last week that it had signed Steven Bochco to produce "Marriage," a series that would take an unsparing look at a married…
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Mexico's Televisa is launching its Spanish-lingo home-entertainment label into the United States this year, with plans to enter Latin American and certain European markets in 2003.
As media parties go, Channel 4's 20th anni bash at the end of October was unremarkable. But the guest list spoke volumes about the company's financial predicament and how it hopes to woo auds in the…
With the marketing coffers of media companies diminishing and niche entities elbowing for attention, print and spoken media are finding ways to piggyback through the recession.
Things have not been easy for Korea's first satcaster, Digital Satellite Broadcasting, now renamed Skylife, since it launched March 1. Despite expectations that it would revolutionize the industry…
The Broadcasting Amendment Bill was approved Oct. 18 after the government changed or removed controversial clauses which increased state control over the sector.
The government and TV watchdogs have been drawn into a pay TV row after content provider Star TV pulled its channels from Destiny cable.
Orbit, which ten years ago was hailed as the world's first all-digital pay-TV platform, is spinning in a new direction. The most well-known of the satellite services in the Mideast -- and one that…
Growing interest in this year's Cable and Satellite Broadcasting Assn. of Asia confab underlines the region's untapped potential, with pay TV penetration at a relatively low 30%.