Feature scribe Michael Beckner, whose upcoming Brad Pitt-Robert Redford feature "Spy Game" begins lensing next month, is making his first foray into series television.
German broadcasters are quickly gearing up their Internet plans as the media landscape continues to consolidate.
Star TV's first-ever inhouse Chinese feature is a $1.3 million pic that toplines a bunch of unknowns.
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…
Spain boasts the most competitive pay TV market in Southern Europe. Europe's second terrestrial digital operator launched in April, cable is consolidating and the satcasters that bowed in 1997 are…
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…
Top ratings for shows like Globo's "No Limite" and SBT's "Show do Milhao" -- formats of "Survivor" and "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire," respectively -- have whetted the appetite of Brazilian…
Emmy-winning "Family Law" scribe/producer Paul Haggis has inked a new, two-year exclusive development pact with Artists Television Group. Deal, worth an estimated high seven figures, calls for Haggis…
Chuck Dolan's Rainbow Holdings has bought "On Golden Pond," "Sex, Lies, and Videotape," "The Boys From Brazil," "Sophie's Choice" and 36 other ITC movies from Carlton Intl. Media for Rainbow's four…
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…