A new miniseries starring -- of all things -- a Chevrolet Astra car is the latest example of production companies getting creative with advertising in Argentina's crisis-hit economy.
Forget worm eating, hidden cameras and island alliances: The real challenge of reality TV has become staffing the plethora of shows hurling down the networks' pipelines. "There have been a lot of…
The stormy relationship over the years between pay-TV networks and cable operators may be heading toward peaceful waters. And it's all because of a little-known federal rule that greatly reduces the…
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The warm-weather months may not offer viewers much in the way of new dramas on the broadcast nets, but every summer there's at least one young skein that attracts a whole new legion of fans --thanks…
Call him "Full Monty" Nelson. Rob Nelson, who headlines the struggling Twentieth Television yakker that bears his name, is getting nekkid.
Hollywood has a near grip on movie blockbusters. But its lock on TV's equivalent -- the miniseries -- may be faltering as more and more European companies carve a niche for themselves.
What Charlie Chaplin did more that 60 years ago with "The Great Dictator" and "Hogan's Heroes" did with its POW antics in the 1960s -- playing the Nazis for onscreen laughs -- has always been…
The internal crisis at RAI reached a new peak last week when two board members quit in protest at deep political rifts they say are undermining the pubcaster's ability to compete with Prime Minister…
A battle over red vs. blue light has studios fearing the DVD green they've been harvesting may turn brown.
Russian media are uneasy about growing state control after politicos tightened media laws following last month's terrorist hostage siege in a Moscow theater.