A controversial TV series is daring to shed light on social change in deeply conservative Korea. "Blue Fog" is a 20-part skein about a married man in his 40s who gives up his family and successful…
You're on your way to claiming a niche on the cultural map when 1) a cast member of "Saturday Night Live" turns you into a subject of parody and 2) your name turns out to be the correct answer to a…
The Forza Italia party has repeated its promise that media magnate and prime minister-in-waiting Silvio Berlusconi will tackle the conflict between his business and political interests within 100…
Public securities firm PT Bhakti Investama has emerged as the dominant force in Indonesian broadcasting, with stakes in three networks (RCTI, SCTV and Metro) plus a fourth (Global) that plans to…
Since the launch of its first media fund a decade ago, Teutonic production fund Victory Media has produced TV fare at a profit to its investors.
ABC's decision to scale back the number of nights it airs "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?" appears to have invigorated discussions about a syndie version of the gamer.
After yet another season of big-budget blow-ps and costly star failures, network programmers aren't waiting until midseason to take refuge in reality.
RTL, the Euro broadcasting giant, may be back in talks with Dutch production heavyweight Endemol and its parent company, Spain's Telefonica Media, over possible cooperation arrangements.
TNT has acquired off-network rights to up to eight seasons of "Charmed" from Paramount Television for $600,000 an episode, plus an additional $150,000 per episode for rights to a second-run window.
The Big Four networks go to Capitol Hill today to counter the notion that they're the big, bad wolf trying to gobble up the affils.
Director William Friedkin and author William Blatty have sued Warner Bros., Turner Network Television and Turner Broadcasting System, claiming they have been cheated out of profits on the 2000…