U.K. indie Target Distribution has sold reality format "I Want a Wife: Alaska" to the Fox network, its fourth U.S. deal.
Fifty new specialty channels are set to make their debut on Canadian digital cable TV in less than a week, but not everyone's ready.
UPCTV, the programming arm of United Pan-Europe Communications, is launching two additional niche channels in Germany.
Playboy TV Intl. is launching a new premium adult feevee service, Spice Platinum, across Europe. The new channel is scheduled to bow Saturday on both cable systems and satcasters.
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Patrick Le Lay, chairman and CEO of French web TF1, has quit the presidency of French satellite platform TPS. Meanwhile, Gerard Mestrallet, head of TPS shareholder Suez, has ankled as administrator…
German media giant Kirch Group has sold the Korean broadcasting rights to the 2002 and 2006 World Cup soccer championships to a consortium of broadcasters.
German licensing company Splendid Medien has sold a package of 22 feature films for free and pay TV to KirchMedia for a reported 23.3 million euros ($21 million).
U.K. indie Target Distribution has sold reality format "I Want A Wife: Alaska" to the Fox network.
Through most of the 1950s and '60s, television programmers believed the best way to success was to serve up the least objectionable programming. Don't rock the boat too much, they figured, and large…
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