The Cable and Satellite Broadcasting Assn. of Asia (CASBAA) has thrown its weight behind Thai cabler UBC's appeal to carry advertising.
TF1 Intl., the foreign sales arm of the French broadcaster, has bought most Euro rights to the Hilltop series "Shannon and Brooke" in its first foray into distribution of a U.S. show.
CBS hooped it up in the ratings with coverage of the NCAA men's basketball tourney, as Monday's championship game capped strong year-to-year gains in key demos.
Impatience can be a virtue. While the Hong Kong film industry prays for the World Trade Organization to end mainland China's super-tight quotas on foreign films, one local studio has become tired of…
The 41st Golden Rose TV festival is hosting its first workshop for TV writers and developers. Event will be held May 1 -- the day before the Writers Guild of America's contract expires.
Lifetime execs were literally uncorking the bubbly on Tuesday, celebrating the fact that for the first time in its 17-year history, the cable net ranked No. 1 in primetime for an entire quarter.
German kidvidder EM.TV is launching its branded Junior programming block in Russia. The Junior blocks now air in 11 territories.
Boosted by "The O'Reilly Factor," Fox News Channel out-rated its competition in primetime for an entire quarter for the first time in the net's history.
Got mo as in momentum? As the TV season winds down, webheads are looking to their spring skeins for some last-minute momentum. With just a few weeks left until network execs have to unveil their fall…
German kidvidder TV Loonland has licensed two pre-school properties to the Disney Channel.
"Three Sisters" exec producers DeAnn Heline and Eileen Heisler are staying at NBC Studios, inking a new three-year overall pact with the Peacock's studio arm.