Pay TV programmer Cisneros TV Group, which is merging with Internet site El Sitio to form Claxson Interactive Group, has begun its restructuring by firing its Miami-based ad and research staff.
Chile's version of "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire," which bowed April 2, has catapulted Catholic station UCTV to the top of the ratings. Last month's stats equaled peaks rarely hit by anything but…
On May 14 when Lou Dobbs returns to the anchor chair at CNN, he'll be hosting a new show. Rather than "Moneyline With Lou Dobbs," it's now "Lou Dobbs Moneyline."
The government is planning to split off Television New Zealand's commercial activities to take it back to its roots as a public service broadcaster tapping minority and cultural interests.
Actor and tap dancer Gregory Hines has been tapped to host the Laureus World Sports Awards TV spectacular in Monaco on May 22.
In the golden age of the Big Three, webheads could count on a default crowd tuning into even their worst timeslots. No longer. These days, dead timeslots are just that -- dead. While buzz will still…
"ER's" Noah Wyle has signed a deal to extend his run for two seasons, which will establish his character as the linchpin of the Warner Bros. ensemble drama and ensure the medical series' run through…
Madison Square Garden said it's engineering "a nationwide search" for a successor to Dave Checketts, who is out as prexy-CEO.
Ronan Lunven took up his post as director general of Fox Kids France on May 15.
Only 5% of Japanese consumers are tuning in to the digital broadcasting satellite (BS) programs, launched Dec. 1, according to a Nomua Research Institute survey.
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