Pay-per-view wrestling is back for the DirecTV customers who suffered deprivation the last three months because of a bitter contract dispute between the satellite company and the World Wrestling…
News Corp.-owned Star Group has announced the resignation of Annie Ng, general manager of the Greater Chinese operations of Channel V, the company's 24-hour music channel.
The annual meeting of the National Assn. of TV Program Executives last month in Las Vegas ended up pretty much a fiasco, brought down by record-low attendance, the mass exodus of major TV syndicators…
The warring weblets can put away their slingshots: For the first time in recent memory, both UPN and the WB appear to be on the right track.
As the cable industry matures in Asia, the role of industry org Cable and Satellite Broadcasting Assn. of Asia (Casbaa) is being reviewed.
Leading cabler Globo Cabo is feeling the pain as consumers continue to be hit by Brazil's economic crisis.
Feisty pre-season jostling between leading networks Seven and Nine foreshadows a bloody battle for ratings supremacy in 2002.
A new director at Austria's pubcaster ORF and the battle for the country's first commercial terrestrial license have turned the local broadcasting biz on its head.
One of Spain's more successful toon houses, BRB Intl., is joining the real world thanks to its owner, canny entrepreneur Claudio Biern Boyd.
With apologies to CNN's Paula Zahn, perhaps the most noteworthy journalist at AOL Time Warner these days is Enronbuster Bethany McLean. Last March the Fortune senior writer sniffed a lot of vapor…
BBC World, the international arm of the Brit pubcaster, is bowing programs specifically aimed at Indian and Asian auds.