Argentina's hard-up commercial broadcasters are preparing low-budget reality formats and gameshows for 2002 to offset declining ad revenue.
"It didn't walk with dinosaurs -- it ate them," ran NBC's slogan for National Geographic's "SuperCroc" in the U.S.
Local versions of quizzers and reality shows continue to take Indian TV by storm, with a new crop due to bow this week.
If it's true that hit shows define a network, then the brands of each have been reinforced by their strongest rookies of the fall.
The Walt Disney Co. has engineered a major overhaul of cabler ABC Family, drawing heavily on series, movies and specials that originally ran on the broadcast network.
AT&T topper C. Michael Armstrong's oft-maligned $100 billion cable strategy is finally coming together -- and all he had to do was give up the helm and sell the company.
Entertainment heavyweight Pearson is pulling out of the TV industry to concentrate on its core publishing business.
When CNN Headline News relaunched five months ago, its mission statement was to attract Generations X, Y and Z.
Five years after the networks relented to political pressure and incorporated TV content ratings, most viewers still don't care.
It's a question that has dogged children and other philosophers since time immemorial: If an ogre and a monster got in a fight, who would win?
It turns out Michael Jackson that will be performing the night of the American Music Awards. It just won't be on ABC.
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