An increase in advertising sales in its broadcasting division, particularly TV, nudged Finnish media group Alma Media's revenues up 2% year on year to E128.3 million ($125.8 million) in its second…
It appears five couch potatoes will have their day in court. U.S. District Court Judge Florence-Marie Cooper ruled Friday in Los Angeles to combine the lawsuits of the Electronic Frontier Foundation…
More people will have the opportunity to watch the latest movies of Nicolas Cage and Bruce Willis via video on demand, thanks to an MGM deal giving In Demand the right to sell its theatricals to…
A National Geographic TV crew is using a special robot in the production of TV docu "Secrets of the Pyramids Revealed."
Egypt's Nilesat is expanding its bouquet in the Arab world, according to Nilesat Marketing chief Salah Hamza.
Horacio Moldavsky has ankled as chief financial officer of pay TV programmer Pramer.
Nickelodeon has decided to break ties with India's leading media company, Zee Television, to focus on its own 24-hour channel, which is gaining in popularity in India.
Spanish-lingo media group Univision Communications has named two execs to oversee the news division of flagship Univision Network.
Brazil's leading satcaster, NetSat (operator of Sky), and leading cabler, Net Servicos (formerly Globo Cabo), are losing subs and money, according to recently released second-quarter reports.
Paul Allen's Charter Communications said Friday it has received a grand jury subpoena for documents concerning its accounting practices and subscriber data.
The European Commission has declined to rule on the proposed merger of Spain's two largest pay TV operators, Sogecable and the Telefonica-controlled Via Digital.