While the focus currently is on the huge television spectacle known as the Olympic Games, games of another sort are also occupying the energies of South Africa's broadcasters, with at least one of…
Argentina Reality-based programming is sweeping Argentine broadcasting. Leading broadcaster Telefe will air its version of "Big Brother" by November. Not to be outdone, Canal 13, the No. 2…
Mipcom will be the first trip abroad in the job for Irish TV's newest big player. Cathal Goan was appointed director of television at RTE (Radio Telefis Eireann), Ireland's national broadcasting…
As Moscow's main TV transmission tower blazed in the last days of August, it looked like the final straw for an industry that has been under a different kind of fire in recent months.
Z.com has inked a three-year first-look agreement to create interactive programming with Zoo Prods. (MTV's "The Blame Game").
If you are selling pay TV windows or programming that has an Internet component, get ready to sign on the dotted line: the Dutch are hitting the Croisette.
TF1, France's No. 1 private network, and its smaller rival M6 have sprung a surprise on the French broadcasting world by joining forces to launch TF6, a new general interest channel.
The reality TV revolution that has made "Survivor" and "Big Brother" hits in the U.S. and West Euro markets has yet to appear on the Hungarian remote control.
Gen Y Netcaster iFuse has inked a deal to acquire L.A.-based College Broadcast (www.CB.com).
Mexico's rival stations Televisa and TV Azteca will be competing at Mipcom to sign the country's first reality format. Televisa VP of programming Alberto Ciurana admitted, "They are very attractive…
Upcoming elections loom large over the Italian TV landscape. The center-right coalition led by Silvio Berlusconi is expected to win in April, and the media-tycoon-turned politician is likely to be…