Planeta 2010, the aggressive startup film and TV arm of Spanish publisher Planeta, has closed an output deal for German pubcaster ZDF's library.
Remember the Y2K virus that was going to send the world reeling? It never happened. Instead, Hollywood has been struck by the FOS virus -- Fear of Strike -- and everybody's going nuts.
U.S./Dutch cable provider United Pan-Europe Communication (UPC) has confirmed it is negotiating for a possible stake in German cabler Primacom, but refused to comment on the possibility of a merger.
Here's the story: Paramount has OK'd another installment of its successful "Brady Bunch" movie franchise -- but this time Marcia and family are destined for the small screen, via Fox.
Australia's leading animation house, Yoram Gross-EM.TV, is cozying up to the EM.TV-owned Jim Henson Co. in a deal that entails a reciprocal repping of each other's product.
Galaxy Satellite Broadcasting has asked the government to postpone for six months its requirement to make an $11 million pay TV license deposit so that Galaxy can find investors. It is another sign…
ABC had two things to say to Oscar advertisers this year: It can hold out until the last minute to unload commercial spots to squeeze a nifty price hike from an imploding economy; and beer ads, long…
Mario Brugola, the powerful head of RAI Division One which includes the network flagship channel RAI1 and RAI2, is to quit Italy's pubcaster to head TeleMontecarlo's advertising arm.
Universal Worldwide Television on Friday made its official production commitment on upcoming syndie relationship strip "The Fifth Wheel."
Government plans to liberalize pay TV suffered another setback as a second new operator bailed out of the market, which some speculate is only big enough to support two or three players.
Pay-TV programmer Pramer is splitting outgoing content director Karina Castellano's job in two. The Liberty Media-owned Buenos Aires-based firm has upped Fabian Vazquez to head of programming, while…