There's a new reality show in town, and it's louder than the other ones. From the time the 16 recruits in Fox's "Boot Camp" get off the bus, four bulky drill instructors start the screaming, and the…
Film Roman shareholders have approved the $15 million acquisition of a 60% stake in the film and TV animator by Indian animation group Pentamedia.
Telecom Italia subsidiary Seat Pagine Gialle is set to ink an accord with film and TV tycoon Vittorio Cecchi Gori for his debt-ridden broadcaster TeleMontecarlo (TMC) after weeks of legal hurdles and…
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If video did indeed kill the radio star, then made-for-reality TV bands have their weapons drawn for the gussied-up video stars who fill what's left of musicvideo in music television. VH1 updates…
British TV exports hit $578 million in 2000, up 5% from 1999. But the growth comes on the back of big changes in how U.K. TV companies do business overseas.
Satcaster BSkyB has focused on its core strengths in its £500 million ($715 million) spring-summer programming sked with U.S. imports, reality shows and a dollop of sex.
As true crime stories go, there can be no question that the case of Anne Marie Fahey was a gripping tabloid tale. She was the scheduling secretary for the governor of Delaware, and her closeness to…
Cox Broadcasting TV station group head Kevin O'Brien, who is also prexy/G.M. of Fox affil KTVU San Francisco, will ankle Cox when his contract expires at the end of the year.
The Conseil Superieur de l'Audiovisuel (CSA), France's broadcasting authority, took a swipe at the French government Wednesday for dragging its heels on digital terrestrial TV.
HBO's $120 million "Band of Brothers" World War II miniseries will preem June 6 -- D-Day -- at Utah Beach in France, one of the Allied Forces' Normandy landing sites.
Four Spanish production houses Wednesday formed the largest film and TV rights brokerage company in the Spanish-speaking world.