Image and ALMA award nominee Merlin Santana, who recently appeared in the Eddie Murphy movie "Showtime," and had a recurring role on "The Steve Harvey Show," was shot to death while sitting in a…
Pubcaster Doordarshan (DD) has decided to glamorize its image by airing Hollywood blockbusters dubbed in Hindi for Indian viewers.
The Asia-Pacific Broadcasting Union (ABU) concluded its 39th general assembly in Tokyo on Friday after adopting a resolution calling for unrestricted use of the broadcast frequencies currently…
Europeans who blame U.S. TV shows for a decline in cultural standards may be surprised at the results of a report published by the EU Commission showing most European broadcasters are exceeding their…
The western province of Alberta is set to become the latest battleground in the Canuck analog television market, as late last week Canada's broadcast regulator put out a call for new license…
Montreal-based Astral Media is yanking the pay TV web Family Channel from Quebec cabler Videotron in response to Videotron's "unilateral" cutbacks in the carriage fees it pays Astral.
The government and TV watchdogs have been drawn into a pay TV row after content provider Star TV pulled its channels from Destiny cable.
Orbit, which ten years ago was hailed as the world's first all-digital pay-TV platform, is spinning in a new direction. The most well-known of the satellite services in the Mideast -- and one that…
Growing interest in this year's Cable and Satellite Broadcasting Assn. of Asia confab underlines the region's untapped potential, with pay TV penetration at a relatively low 30%.
Endemol Deutschland is fending off accusations that its new format "City of Dreams" (Stadt der Traeume) exploits people in a rural town by televising their attempts to improve their lives.
Aussie's TV producers are angling for enforceable independent production quotas as networks step up inhouse program making.