Thomas Haffa, founder of troubled German kidvidder EM.TV, is expected to announce today that he is leaving the company, ending months of speculation.
German media giant the Kirch Group said Tuesday that revenues in its core entity, Kirch Media, rose 64% to DM6.5 million ($2.9 million) in 2000.
Pamela Thomas-Graham has been upped to president and chief executive officer of CNBC, replacing Bill Bolster, who will focus on international expansion of the business news net.
Turner Broadcasting Sales has upped a pair of executives in its Sports Sales division.
AT&T chairman-CEO C. Michael Armstrong continued to plug his company's cable business Tuesday and said the stars are aligned for strong subscriber growth following a period of intensive investment.
British cable operators NTL and Telewest saw their already depressed share prices plunge to new lows last week as investors panicked on dire forecasts for the Euro cable industry.
In a landmark deal that could provide crucial momentum to the nation's foundering digital TV transition, Sony and Warner Bros. recently announced a pact with the world's top electronics makers to…
The European Union's antitrust authorities have confirmed that they are investigating a complaint made against U.K. satellite group British Sky Broadcasting (Daily Variety, July 23).
Television ads for upcoming Universal comedy "American Pie 2" point to an intriguing wrinkle in newly tightened guidelines for the marketing of R-rated films.
In a summer in which few overall TV deals are being made, Studios USA is close to landing a big one. Production outlet is in final negotiations with scribe-producer Paul Attanasio ("Quiz Show,"…
Telemundo Cable launched "FuZion," a Latin entertainment and music news show, Monday on its Spanish-lingo feevee Gems.