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.
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The hit Japanese reality format "Future Diary" is headed to the U.S. via ABC.
CBS has found a way to squeeze more mileage from its hit reality franchise "Survivor." Eye net has greenlit an hourlong "Survivor" special that will air Thursday, Oct. 4 at 8 p.m. -- a week before…
U.K. cabler NTL has launched its digital TV platform for the Irish market.
Now that Walter Isaacson is firmly entrenched at CNN News Group, Phil Kent, the news nets' prexy and chief operating officer, has resigned.
The 2001-'02 syndicated season is off to a disappointing start, with the first three series to hit the air -- Buena Vista TV's "Iyanla," Studios USA's "Crossing Over With John Edward" and Columbia…
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