Hotel guests who don't like watching theatrical movies on the small screen in their rooms will soon be able to call up episodes of "The Sopranos," "Sex and the City" and "South Park."
Fatboy Slim's musicvideo for "Weapon of Choice" drew nine noms for the 2001 MTV Video Music Awards, topping the tally of all other artists, as MTV announced the nominees Monday.
Shares in Cox Communications fell 7% on Monday after the cable systems operator posted a 66% drop in second-quarter profit and estimated that subscriptions will grow this year by only 1%, half of the…
Granada Intl. has struck a three-year deal to sell programming by Cirque de Soleil, the Montreal-based performance company.
Nickelodeon's hit series "Rugrats" bowed on Argentina's No. 1 broadcaster Artear on Saturday.
German mini-web TM3 will be re-launched in September as Neun Live, a 24-hour live, interactive channel touted as the only web of its kind in Europe.
MGM Worldwide TV has tapped Bruce Tuchman exec VP of MGM Networks, replacing Jules Haimovitz, who is segueing to a consultancy role.
German pubcaster ARD and commercial TV giant Kirch are on the verge of a legal showdown over soccer rights. At the heart of the matter is the transformation of national soccer from a game into a…
Leading animation players including Aardman, the Cartoon Network and Nelvana are joining forces to form the Animation Committee to discover new talent and support existing Euro animators.
MVS Comunicaciones will launch a new low-price, multipoint system later this year that could become Mexico's first pay TV outfit to truly address a mass market.
Barry Diller has chosen a top British TV exec, Michael Jackson, to take charge of USA Entertainment, the group that includes USA Cable, Studios USA and USA Films.