With only nine months before the soccer World Cup in Japan and Korea kicks off, nerves are fraying in Europe as rights holder Kirch Group and broadcasters continue to wage their own cold war.
Boosted by public interest in the story of missing intern Chandra Levy, Geraldo Rivera and Connie Chung -- two veteran newsies whose careers have been checkered with controversy -- have seen their…
Australia's dominant cabler, Foxtel, has locked horns with the Australian Competition & Consumer Commission, stalling its plan to invest A$500 million ($262 million) to upgrade its network.
It's shaping up to be a fresh and freaky Friday on the nets this fall, with three broadcasters starting from scratch on the night and a fourth nearly doing the same.
The BBC is plotting to protect its empire in the digital age by invading territory already occupied by its commercial rivals.
South Korea's TV stars have taken China's teens and twentysomethings by storm, another sign that the country is opening up to foreign influences.
French pay TV channel Canal Plus is the latest part of the Canal Plus Group to receive a makeover in a year of upheaval for the Vivendi Universal subsid.
Hot Swedish reality shop Strix Television broke barriers Aug. 21 when Jonathan Goodson Prods. and Paramount Domestic Television optioned nine of its reality formats for the U.S. market.
Watchdogs are moving to end the corruption in TV in Peru, both on and off the screen. An agreement signed earlier this month and set to be sent to Congress for approval promises to usher in an…
ABC is showing a bunch of confidence in "The Wayne Brady Show," ordering six more episodes of the variety skein.
Calling in sick didn't work -- so now the supporting cast of "Becker" is suing Paramount Network Television to get a raise.