The cable industry trotted out a generous sampling of its star executives during last week's Western Cable Show in Los Angeles, everyone from John Malone and Barry Diller to Geraldine Laybourne and…
Spanish film and TV producer Cesar Benitez is inviting Euro firms to take a stake in his Boca Group, and British-based media conglom Pearson is among those in the frame.
Jacques Espinasse, director of Television Par Satellite, France's second digital satellite platform, has vowed to bring rival CanalSatellite, a subsidiary of Canal Plus, before the Competition…
A bipartisan team of House lawmakers proposed legislation Tuesday that would prevent television nets from projecting winners in presidential elections before polls have closed.
Spain's vibrant TV market galloped past a watershed Nov. 24 when Jose Maria Aznar's center-right government awarded two TVfranchises.
Viacom music channel MTV Italia has hit a sour note: Its carrier, Rete-A, has signed with Germany's Viva to launch a Viva Italia channel. Rete-A hopes linking with a Euro partner will help it qualify…
Discovery Networks Intl. has been granted licenses for five new networks in Canada by the Canadian Radio-Television and Telecommunications Commission.
NBC has pulled the plug on Aaron Spelling's struggling sudser "Titans" and is close to doing the same with "The Michael Richards Show." Peacock execs informed Spelling Tuesday that the network would…
Tom Green's antics may no longer be a weekly staple of MTV's primetime programming, but the comedian's prankish humor lives on online through an exclusive partnership inked with Netcaster…
The National Network (TNN) has landed exclusive cable rights to the XFL, which will begin airing on the Viacom-owned cabler in February.