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Fox's coverage of the seventh game of the World Series on Sunday delivered the largest audience for any baseball game in 10 years -- and the biggest nonfootball turnout for the net in its 15-year…
Canuck TV producer Nelvana announced Monday that it has acquired all proprietary rights to Babar, the cartoon elephant popularized in books, TV shows and films, from Laurent de Brunhoff, son of Babar…
Facing tough economic times, the Public Broadcasting Corp. on Monday announced it will reduce its 565-person workforce by 10% and close its Midwest programming office.
EchoStar Communications said Monday that investment bank Credit Suisse First Boston had stepped up to provide the $2.75 billion the company needs to pursue its proposed merger with Hughes Electronics.
Falling ad revenue was behind a 1.3% drop in sales at French private web TF1 in the third quarter of 2001, the company said Monday.
Former BSkyB exec David Chance will carry out a strategic review of ITV Digital, the troubled pay TV service owned by Carlton and Granada.
Telefonica Media, the biggest film and TV conglom in the Spanish-speaking world, is poised to launch its own distribution and rights-brokering company.
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