Theatrical movies have fallen out of favor at the broadcast networks.
Father-and-son media moguls Rupert and James Murdoch must have been surprised, but pleased, by last week's news from India, where they have been fighting government changes to the pay TV business.
As vet yakkers Rosie O'Donnell and Sally Jessy Raphael go silent this month, a handful of newcomers to the genre, including Tony Danza and Kirstie Alley, are looking to crank up the volume on their…
The bizarre ritual known as the L.A. Screenings began winding down late last week with overseas buyers and Hollywood sellers breathing a sigh of relief.
As Adelphia Communications faces shareholder wrath, grand jury probes and an SEC investigation, one corner of the media biz is relishing the meltdown.
The number of digital pay TV subscribers in South Africa continues its strong growth as viewers migrate from M-Net's analog service to the DSTV digital satellite service.
Visitors to Cape Town could be forgiven for thinking the locals have gone mad -- there are an unusual number of people leaping off buildings and cliffs, balancing on flag poles and swinging around…
TV production houses, including Media of Medias, Work Point, JSL and Kantana, have formed their own sales teams and are snubbing ad agencies, the traditional service brokers.
The tough ad climate and an emerging pay TV sector have spurred Australia's three metro commercial TV webs and their regional affils to launch a joint advertising drive to spruce up their image.
Televisa is launching two new music reality shows and reviving a 1980s format in a bid to lure youth auds.
Call it the great network divide. The just-concluded 2001-02 season developed into a battle between the haves and have-nots, with NBC and CBS combining to claim the season's 20 most popular…