Buyers in the Nordic territories, when they are not desperately chasing up interactive and Web-related content, will be on the hunt for widescreen programming.
United Television is planning an initial public issue on the Bombay stock exchange by the end of September.
Despite the launch of new digital channels in Greece, not much has changed for buyers at the terrestrial channels.
Conventional wisdom says the Hollywood studios will be hard-nosed in union negotiations in 2001 because their income is down due to disappointing box office this year. But B.O. grosses are not…
Marcus Plantin leads a double life. By day, the vet TV exec is director of programs for ITV network station London Weekend Television, Granada Media's biggest broadcasting business. By night, he…
Filipino execs will skip Mipcom again this year as the peso has hit an all-time low. The Philippines, earlier projected to be the first country out of the Asian doldrums, finds itself trapped in a…
Former Star TV CEO Rathikant Basu, Indian billionaire C. Sivasankaran's Broadcast Worldwide and Madras-based Pentamedia Graphics have agreed to launch programming under the banner Tara (Television…
On the surface, CanWest-backed Network Ten's August poaching of coin-challenged local pubcaster ABC commissioning editor for drama Sue Masters seems like a simple matter.
German kidvidder TV Loonland has wholly acquired Salsa Distribution, a European-based Latin American-aimed distributor of TV, video and merchandising.
One of a clutch of companies trying to establish an online television market, InternetStudios.com is banking on what everyone agrees is the biggest gamble of all: using the Internet to conduct…
RTE, Ireland's national broadcast company, is getting a run for its money in the television market.