Tribune Entertainment has declared a firm go on the production of "Talk or Walk," the company's talk strip for broadcast syndication this fall.
Kirch Media is reportedly looking to take a stake in Russian broadcaster TV-6. If deal closes, it will be the first foreign media company in Russia's TV market.
German media giant Kirch Group packed them in again Tuesday at the company's traditional Mip market get-together, the Beta Brunch.
Showtime has engineered a massive deal with the newly merged AtomShockwave Corp., buying 100 short films for Showtime Next, the digital pay channel that launched six weeks ago.
A scene in South Africa's popular daily drama "Yizo Yizo" showing the prison rape of a gangster who had raped a schoolgirl has outraged local auds.
A big premiere for "Boot Camp" proved the difference for Fox last week as the net moved past a crowded pack to win primetime's key demo race.
Satcaster DirecTV has hit another setback in its four-year battle to carry Brazil's No. 1 broadcast net TV Globo, owned by media conglom Globo.
Lark Intl., the PBS channel consortium, and Canadian programmer Alliance Atlantis have partnered in a projected $16 million co-funding deal aimed at producing 30 hours of history and science…
French media giant Vivendi Universal is rumored to be the mystery savior of sports marketing group ISMM, which has put itself up for sale in an attempt to avoid bankruptcy.
Output deals continue to rankle among foreign TV clients of the Hollywood majors.