BSkyB will start selling Europe's first personal TV recorders in the U.K. next year, which will combine a digital satellite decoder with a hard disk for recording.
Perhaps they should call it "premiere month" instead of "premiere week": NBC has officially announced it will stagger its fall series launches throughout October to avoid competing with baseball…
Producer and filmmaker Costa-Gavras has joined the board of French pubcaster France Television, France's broadcasting body, le Conseil Superieur de l'Audiovisuel.
George Back, the veteran distributor who has sold syndicated TV programs ranging from "The Mike Douglas Show" in the 1960s and '70s to "Baywatch" in the '90s, has engineered a career change: He's…
Pubcaster channels RTR and RTR 2 Kultura are launching a rebranding and redesign initiative that employs the services of Novocom.
A judge in Los Angeles Superior Court has thrown out an unprecedented lawsuit brought by Germany's powerful Kirch Group against Universal.
At the 1972 Munich Olympic Games, a group of eight Palestinian revolutionaries took a group of Israeli athletes hostage, and the disastrous daylong siege played out before a global television…
After a dubba-dubba-disappointing season last year, The WB hopes that it's back on track for fall. For starters, the Frog net isn't facing a crippling blow to its distribution system like last year…
Satcaster British Sky Broadcasting and U.K. cabler NTL have sealed a five-year programming supply deal.
In an ironic twist of fate, ABC was cornered into footing the bill for all 200 yellow-and-black Emmy banners found on surface street lampposts around Los Angeles. ABC spent about $40,000 for the…
Reality shows may be changing the face of primetime, but anklebiters have more than their share of the usual programming hours in the 2000-2001 TV season.