Fox Cable's the Health Network has signed deals with two major cable operators, Time Warner and Adelphia Communications, which will help to propel the channel's subscriber base from 17.5 million to…
Czech Television producers are in the final stages of locking up a deal with rising helmer Jiri Hrejbek, whose multi-awarded "Cosy Dens" wowed audiences at last year's edition of the fest.
The union for Hollywood animators has launched a new agreement for productions made for the Internet, becoming the third entertainment union to announce such a deal in the past three months.
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The Big Bang Theory
The Big Bang Theory1Rating: 4.7 Share: 15 Viewers (Millions): 16.2 Network: CBS
The Voice2Rating: 3.9 Share: 11 Viewers (Millions): 12.7 Network: NBC
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The Big Bang Theory, -r3Rating: 3.1 Share: 9 Viewers (Millions): 12.3 Network: CBS
Scandinavian media outfit Modern Times Group plans to extend its Nordic digital platform, set to start up on Sept. 1, to the Baltic States. Some 30-40 channels will be offered across Sweden, Norway…
Following the record-breaking success of "Walking With Dinosaurs," Discovery Channel and the BBC will create "Walking With Prehistoric Beasts," a three-hour miniseries that picks up where "Dinosaurs"…
TF1, France's No. 1 private network, has forked out a record $142 million for the right to broadcast the French national soccer team's matches for another four years. The broadcasting rights cost TF1…
In a first of sorts, Italy's Mediaset, STV Prods. in Denmark and Pearson TV will begin simultaneous production in September on Italian and Danish pilot versions of "Make Up or Break Up," the latest…
BSkyB is in advanced talks to take control of interactive TV company Open in a deal that will value the business at more than £1.5 billion ($2.25 billion).
Sahara TV has established an Academy of Film and Television Arts in Mumbai. Approximately $45 million has been set aside for the project. Academy chairman Subrata Roy says the institution plans to…
Despite competition from production company VID, broadcaster Center TV has beem granted a five-year extension of its license for Russia's Channel 3.