Michael Eisner, chairman of Walt Disney, has won the first skirmish in his battle with Charlie Ergen, chairman of EchoStar, but both sides are preparing for a long conflict.
Russia's last independent television network won a crucial court victory Saturday, fending off what many see as a politically motivated effort to declare it bankrupt and shut it down.
Foreign governments and international broadcasters are lining up to help Afghan television get back on its feet after its five-year closure under the Taliban.
For the unsuspecting, "Middle School Confessions" is like a "Scared Straight" wake-up call for those who think they know and understand their kids. And even the most vigilant parents may be stunned…
Write a stage musical and see it on TV. The BBC has announced the first Intl. Festival of Musical Theater, to be held Oct. 20-Nov. 3 in Cardiff, Wales.
The BBC is set to come under tougher scrutiny and greater outside surveillance than ever, according to a draft communication bill expected to be published this spring by Tessa Jowell, Britain's…
Jon Helmrich, a co-founder of E! Entertainment who spearheaded E!'s international expansion until he ankled last year, is setting up his own programming distribution and channel development company.
Sony Entertainment Television Pictures is shuttering its Hindi movie distribution biz amid restructuring.
In a move to build its expanding operations, Admira, the powerful film and TV subsid of giant Spanish telco Telefonica, has named Gonzalo Sada director of corporate marketing and brand management.
Speculation is mounting that Bertelsmann's offer to acquire a 22% stake in Euro broadcaster RTL Group from Pearson may be turned down by RTL's independent directors.
In a deal that substantially shifts the balance of power in French satellite broadcasting, leading web TF1 has doubled its stake in platform TPS, becoming majority shareholder with 50%.