TF1, France's No. 1 web, has hitched its wagon to reality programming this fall, peppering its schedule with the genre in a range of guises.
The creators of "Big Brother" are revamping the hit format to make it more confrontational and a lot less cozy.
With the thrill of far-out reality shows fading, German TV stations are sticking to more traditional fare this fall, as they try to tap every-shrinking advertising dollar.
Liberty Media's $4.5 billion deal to buy German telco Deutsche Telekom's cable systems, due to close this week, has again been delayed, according to local news reports.
Digital video recorder maker TiVo said Wednesday that it has raised $51.8 million in financing from NBC and Discovery Communications, as well as its first European investor British Sky Broadcasting…
UPN may be able to claim status as one of the few networks to introduce ethnically diverse programming in its new fall schedule, but the weblet doesn't make the list for good taste. "One on One," a…
Fantasy feels forced in Showtime's "Back to the Secret Garden." Lacking a sense of wonder or wow, this loose interpretation of Frances Hodgson Burnett's much-filmed novel isn't heartfelt enough to…
Court TV has acquired U.S. rights to U.K. hit reality series "Ratrap," which films street criminals caught red-handed.
With only nine months before the soccer World Cup in Japan and Korea kicks off, nerves are fraying in Europe as rights holder Kirch Group and broadcasters continue to wage their own cold war.
Boosted by public interest in the story of missing intern Chandra Levy, Geraldo Rivera and Connie Chung -- two veteran newsies whose careers have been checkered with controversy -- have seen their…
Australia's dominant cabler, Foxtel, has locked horns with the Australian Competition & Consumer Commission, stalling its plan to invest A$500 million ($262 million) to upgrade its network.
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