Seen on PBS stateside, "Rights & Wrongs," the award-winning newsmag hosted by Charlayne Hunter-Gault, had been a primetime staple on Europe's SuperChannel satcaster.
Fox-owned WFLD in Chicago has broken Tribune Broadcasting's grip on "Seinfeld" reruns in the nation's top three TV markets.
Shot entirely in Romania and starring Ann-Margret as a real-life Detroit housewife hellbent on adopting an orphan child in ravaged, post-Ceausescu Bucharest, pic represents one of USA's rare steps…
Even though Chile is a relatively small market, it has become one of the prime targets for international investors who see it as one of the best Latin low-risk growth areas.
An advertising exec and a former political exile will share the chairmanship of South Africa's newly created Independent Broadcasting Authority, a selection panel announced last week.
As expected, there will be a break-up between Rupert Murdoch's Star Television satellite service and the BBC's World Service Television news programming -- but that split is now likely to come in…
Given the recent collapse of the TCI/Bell Atlantic merger, it wasn't surprising that the viability of how the computer, communications and entertainment industries intersect on the information…
The Grammy Awards hit a flat Nielsen note on Tuesday, as viewers puckered up for episodes of "Roseanne" and "NYPD Blue," as well as the NBC special "Ancient Prophecies."
The BBC and Rupert Murdoch's Asian satellite venture Star TV have agreed to a partial separation. As of April 17, BBC World Service TV, the pubcaster's 24-hour global news and information channel…
Two veteran network TV writer-producers have signed on to guide the initial projects in Worldvision's "Spelling Premiere Network," a block of two firstrun hours debuting in August that mark Spelling…