The Olympics Games catapulted "The Today Show" to one of its biggest weeks in history, with an average of 6.7 million viewers, according to preliminary Nielsen numbers. Last week was the fourth…
U.S. product producers with their eyes on Belgium may find it even more difficult than usual at this year's Mipcom as local reality programming squeezes Stateside faves out of schedules across the…
Gen Y Netcaster iFuse has inked a deal to acquire L.A.-based College Broadcast (www.CB.com).
In the fast-growing Webcasting arena, content is king. And nobody has as much universally appealing content as the U.S. That's an important reason why John Raczka, an American with experience snaring…
United Television is planning an initial public issue on the Bombay stock exchange by the end of September.
Competition between the terrestrial networks TVB and ATV, until quite recently, meant having almost identical primetime programming schedules. Not anymore. With five new pay TV operators -- Hong Kong…
The reality TV revolution that has made "Survivor" and "Big Brother" hits in the U.S. and West Euro markets has yet to appear on the Hungarian remote control.
TF1, France's No. 1 private network, and its smaller rival M6 have sprung a surprise on the French broadcasting world by joining forces to launch TF6, a new general interest channel.
Though overseas phenoms like "Survivor" and "Big Brother" have been widely chronicled in the South Korean press, local TV producers must face their own reality. Namely, viewers in this mostly…
The NAACP is seeking submissions for nominations in the areas of TV, film, recording and publishing for the org's 32nd annual Image Awards. Submissions deadline for the 41 categories is set for Oct…