High production costs and low ratings have spelled doom for A&E's "Nero Wolfe," starring Timothy Hutton. The cabler has cancelled the weekly hourlong period detective series after two seasons.
Troubled U.K. cabler Telewest has upped Mark Luiz to finance director to steer the company through its impending debt restructuring.
Execs have confirmed Nov. 14-16 dates for the first Spain TV Expo in Miami.
In what may turn out to be the most explicit case yet of conflict of interest sparked by Silvio Berlusconi's double role as media kingpin and head of government, proposed television bills could allow…
Seven Network has dumped the Australian Film Institute Awards kudocast, skedded for Nov. 15, after last year's show failed to draw big auds.
Latin American ratings agency and research firm Ibope Media will begin trials of Arbitron's Portable People Meter in Sao Paulo in October.
Industryites fear a controversial new law could strip the South African Broadcasting Corp. of its political independence.
Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi is facing a conflict of interest that has sparked a political row.
The reality genre is taking a bizarre twist in Argentina as broadcasters look for new themes for the cut-price programming.
Upstart terrestrial commercial broadcaster e.tv has overtaken South African Broadcasting Corp.'s SABC2 to become the country's second most watched station despite financial and staff morale trouble.
If every night were like Thursday for the broadcasters, cable would still be a speck in their rear-view mirrors.