A new director at Austria's pubcaster ORF and the battle for the country's first commercial terrestrial license have turned the local broadcasting biz on its head.
One of Spain's more successful toon houses, BRB Intl., is joining the real world thanks to its owner, canny entrepreneur Claudio Biern Boyd.
With apologies to CNN's Paula Zahn, perhaps the most noteworthy journalist at AOL Time Warner these days is Enronbuster Bethany McLean. Last March the Fortune senior writer sniffed a lot of vapor…
BBC World, the international arm of the Brit pubcaster, is bowing programs specifically aimed at Indian and Asian auds.
Who's Julia Roberts dating? What's Halle Berry wearing to this year's Oscars? Who cares? In a bizarre twist of pop culture, Hollywood has taken a back seat on the gossip pages in recent weeks, as an…
Now that they've had time to hit the golf course or simply escape Hollywood for a few weeks, TV's recent roster of overthrown net and studio toppers must decide how, when and where to relaunch…
Australia's leading pay TV platform Foxtel will redraft its U.S. dollar-denominated contract with Premium Movie Partnership, the Hollywood-owned movie channels service, to lessen the impact of the…
So far, broadcasters aren't too worked up over President Bush's 2003 budget, which proposes taxing stations as much as $500 million a year if they don't make the digital transition by 2007.
Movie and TV stars, entertainers, producers, directors and the press swooped down on the Philippine Senate early February to seek legislative support in their campaign to save the entertainment…
Besieged on all sides by creditors, desperate shareholders and would-be usurpers, Leo Kirch's Teutonic TV kingdom is teetering dangerously close to collapse.
A French-backed Fashion TV channel in India is, for the second time, in hot water with local authorities. Last time, nudity was the problem; this time, the flap's over politics.