National Geo has pacted with Rupert Murdoch's Star TV for advertising sales and distribution in India.
When veteran film producer-director Irwin Winkler helped to create the television series "The Net" for USA Network from his film of the same name, he was astonished to learn that he wasn't really the…
Japan's 16th annual cable show, Cable TV '99, opened with a total of 120 hardware, software and cable TV programmers displaying their products at 495 booths at Ikebukuro Sun Shine City, Tokyo, on…
With all the competition PBS has been facing from cablers these days, it's interesting to see how it still manages to keep a relatively high Emmy profile with its documentaries, Brit dramas and…
Nordic Screenings, the main event for buyers and sellers of Nordic TV programs, closed its 25th edition June 10 on the back of a flurry of meetings focused more on the future of area pubcasters than…
If you happen to be a small independent producer with dreams of earning a Primetime Emmy nomination for one of your projects, it's gonna cost you.
Hoping to get a head start on the fall sked shuffle, CBS will begin reshaping its Tuesday and Wednesday lineups later this month.
Industry visionaries seek global domination. TNT hopes this tag line, which describes the high-profile "Pirates of Silicon Valley," will snare Emmy voters' attention.
Norman Lear has inked a deal with Film Roman to develop an animated comedy series that takes an irreverent look at the aging process.
Loud-mouthed campaigns for Emmys often succeed, although they're not always essential. The two stars who've won the most trophies -- Mary Tyler Moore and Ed Asner (seven each) -- never took out a…