The Intl. Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees has announced that editors at New York Times Television have filed a petition for a union election with the National Labor Relations Board.
Although execs at RTL have reiterated their interest in 24-hour German news channel N-TV, the European broadcaster is reportedly looking at other investments, like CNBC or Euronews.
As debate escalates about the no-shows at the Las Vegas Convention Center, one thing is certain: NATPE 2002 will be unlike any before it.
ABC has won the bidding for the rights to turn the suprise hit summer pic "Legally Blonde" into a sitcom. Alphabet is putting the finishing touches on a put pilot commitment to the project, which…
Several perplexed U.S. Supreme Court justices on Tuesday hinted that the Federal Communications Commission may have to figure out whether the Internet is to be lumped in with traditional cable…
Crime novelist Ed McBain has agreed to write the two-hour pilot for Global Media TV's drama "Ed McBain's 87th Precinct," based on a series of novels written by the author.
An independent Arab channel that has been bringing news to the Middle East for five years is now trying to bring a different perspective to Western viewers.
Broadcaster ITV will stay with ITN when it awards its next news contract. The decision leaves Channel 3 News -- a rival consortium set up by satcaster BSkyB, CBS and U.K. programming producer…
The 53rd Prix Italia wrapped Sept. 22 with a prize list dominated by the Scandinavians and a disappointing showing by the Brits, who usually do well at the fest.
Five companies, including the Walt Disney Co., are looking into buying control of No. 3 Argentinean broadcaster Azul Television. Diego Lerner, Disney's president and managing director for Latin…
These are turbulent times in Indonesian broadcasting -- one network is on its knees financially, a major stake in the leading station is for sale, and four new webs are preparing to launch.