With UPN fully integrated under CBS control, chief operating officer Adam Ware officially exited the weblet Friday.
Warner Bros. TV has inked Mary Buck to star as the studio's new head of casting. Buck, who gets top billing as senior VP of casting, replaces longtime Warner Bros. casting exec Barbara Miller, who…
He's round and relentlessly cute, has already racked up $2.5 billion in Japanese revenues and is starting to cuddle up to American kids with an animated TV show, a movie, Hasbro toys, Nintendo games…
Barry Diller's Home Shopping Network has picked up the stakes of Thomas Kirch and Georg Kofler in Munich-based shopping web Hot Networks.
Illegal sellers of TV signal decoders, whose sales have rocketed in Hong Kong as fans clamor to watch the World Cup, has sparked outrage among cable and satellite channel operators who paid hefty…
Telefonica is at it again: a new media boss, a new media structure, the same old media mess.
German TV execs are optimistic about the upcoming Cologne Conference and Screenings despite the continuing economic slowdown.
Beyond Intl.'s drama producing joint venture with Simpson LeMesurier has had a grim 12 months.
South Africa's first homegrown soap, "Generations," marked its 1,000th episode May 31.
The European Broadcasting Union -- repping 70 Euro pubcasters -- is fighting U.S. dominance of the television drama arena.
Pan-African television network TVAfrica moved into multimillion-dollar studios in Johannesburg, ready for its biggest broadcast challenge -- the soccer World Cup, which kicked off May 31 in Korea and…