Peter Bart: The Backlot
An undercover expose on child pornography rings! A five-part series on hidden horrors in your kitchen! With few headlines coming out of the war on terrorism these days, local stations this May have…
For the first time in years, NBC skedmakers aren't scratching their heads in confusion over what to do about Monday nights.
Going into the NCTA huddle May 5-8 in New Orleans, cable networks are flush with the victory of April's ratings numbers.
The local entertainment industry is fending off government calls to curb TV, video and Internet violence after a teen shooting at a high school on April 26 left 17 dead.
Paybox Cable TV looked like it had pulled off quite a coup when it aired movies playing at the Hong Kong Intl. Film Festival on one of its three movie channels in March and April.
Pubcaster China Central Television is going for the ultimate in Western commercialism -- a $500,000 ad campaign to raise awareness of its CCTV2 channel.
Who's afraid of the Philippines' No. 1 network ABS-CBN? Not No. 2 net GMA-7, which has unveiled a comprehensive package to steal back the top spot it lost in the mid-1980s.
Claudio Villarruel spends more time these days working on spreadsheets and meeting the finance manager than he does in the studios.
The long-established order of Australian TV has been dismantled and the three commercial networks are battling for auds, according to the first two surveys of 2002.
Millions of soccer fans across south Asia could be deprived of live World Cup action this month after a fledgling cable sports channel based in Dubai won the right to broadcast the event in the…
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