While Telepiu shareholder Vivendi is desperately trying to unload its Italian pay TV operation, Telepiu is recruiting more subscribers -- in the country's prisons.
NBC, which last month vowed never to air its new quizzer "The Weakest Link" more than twice a week, has decided to do just that.
No. 1 Swiss cabler Cablecom has launched the country's first digital pay TV operation.
Top TV scribes show no sign of bailing on their union -- even if they don't like where things seem headed.
It's a tricky time to be part of Vivendi Universal's trans-Atlantic operation. Stateside, the Hollywood studio has been jittery about the merger with Vivendi, despite a string of hits.
A federal court has awarded Cablevision Systems a whopping $29 million in damages in a case against Illinois-based distributors of cable decoders, the company said Tuesday.
Fox Broadcasting Co. responded Tuesday to a copyright lawsuit filed by CBS over the new reality skein "Boot Camp" by calling the complaint "frivolous."
A new reality show starring the international TV biz hit Mip last week: It featured global economic slowdown, broadcasters on tighter budgets, and fears of Hollywood strikes Also on tap…
TVN Entertainment, which distributes more than 40 channels of pay-per-view movies and events to cable- and satellite subscribers, has bought BET's Action Pay Per View.
Last week saw Sino-U.S. talks of a less explosive kind as Viacom chairman Sumner Redstone and MTV Networks Intl. prexy Bill Roedy met with China's President Jiang Zemin.
Univision, one of the nation's largest Spanish-language TV networks and broadcasters, said Tuesday it has inked a formal affiliation agreement with cable operator Charter Communications.