Helkon Media has spun off its majority stake in international TV licensing company Peppermint as part of its restructuring program.
Australia's Network Ten has renewed "Big Brother" after the second season outrated the first Down Under.
Michael T. Rodriguez has been named vice president and general manager of Telemundo station WSCV Miami.
A steamy love story about a senior citizen couple in their 70s has produced a new round of controversy over South Korea's film rating system.
Here are some of the syndicated talkshow projects in the works for next year:
Will Harrison Ford play one of the miners? As the captain of "K-19: The Widowmaker" knows all too well, a movie about men trapped underground in the dark is no sure thing -- even if it's inspired by…
Seven years after Aussies tuned into pay TV, penetration lags at a lowly 23% -- something the new management team at the Premium Movie Partnership is determined to change.
Ten hourlong Aussie dramas are underpinning network TV skeds, heralding a renaissance for local drama.
Surprising as this may seem, history is riding high as the cool new subject for event-style documentaries that pull in mass audiences.
Liberty Media's acquisition of Dutch cabler Casema Aug. 1 boosted topper John Malone's dream of building a pan-European cable empire, but it is still an open question whether the media mogul will…
Asia's two key television trade shows are wooing budget-conscious broadcasters by taking place in Singapore on overlapping dates.