Bob Geldof, ex-rock star and Live Aid organizer, is going public for the first time with a stock market listing for his TV and radio company, 10 Alps.
BBC Worldwide, the BBC's commercial arm, has posted sales of £587 million ($824 million) for the 2000-1 financial year, up 14%, and of which $135 million was returned to the pubcaster's cashflow.
How confident is CBS that new reality actioner "The Amazing Race" will pull blockbuster numbers this fall? Not only does the Eye's Web home page refer to the skein as "the new CBS hit reality series"…
Feature thesp Ving Rhames has signed up for a multiepisode story arc on producer Shane Salerno's upcoming "UC: Undercover" -- the first of what's expected to be several big-name guest castings on the…
Is Michael Jordan going to be testing his game by participating in some of the Washington Wizards' exhibitions in the NBA's summer league? ESPN sure hopes so.
Viacom has revamped the exec lineup and reporting structure of its television station biz, elevating station group execs Raymond Rajewski and Tom Zappala to new posts.
Paul Allen's Charter Communications, the fourth largest cable operator in the U.S., has accused ESPN of dispensing "inaccurate and misleading information" to the media during a contract dispute over…
Ele Juarez, Telefonica Media's managing director of strategic alliances, international sales and music, has been appointed to the board of the Intl. Council of the National Academy of Television Arts…
German media giant Kirch Group confirmed Monday that it will exercise its option to buy the world rights it doesn't already own for the 2002 and 2006 World Cup soccer championships, giving it a…
M6 has hit the jackpot with "Loft Story," raking in an estimated 250 million francs ($32 million) in extra advertising sales since the reality TV show began airing two months ago.
German pubcasters and their commercial rivals have teamed up to force John Malone's Liberty Media to give them access to his cable systems.