Pity Joao de Deus Pinheiro. As Europe's current audiovisual archduke, he's doing his darnedest to rally the Euro forces to square up to the invading U.S. armies -- but his troops can't stop fighting…
Contrary to what many media minds might have thought, it appears that consumers may pick personal computers -- not cable TV -- as their vehicle of choice on the information superhighway.
Three years after the government announced its intentions to privatize Colombian airwaves, the measure will finally come up for a vote in Parliament this spring. According to the Ministry of…
A new gold rush is transforming Latin American broadcasting into a latter-day El Dorado. Programmers, cable operators and franchise holders are scrambling to stake their claims.
Six weeks after a major corporate restructuring on the film side and two weeks after a major shake-up in the TV division of Sony Pictures Entertainment, the Culver City-based company announced yet…
Tuesday morning's opener tried to cram considerable material into 22 minutes, including an interview with guest Julia Louis-Dreyfus and several bits that seem to be under consideration as regular…
Sen. Paul Simon (D-Ill.) says he will resist passage of anti-TV violence legislation but warns that the issue has become so volatile, he's not sure his efforts will be successful.
Performers: Aerosmith, Tony Bennett, Clint Black, Garth Brooks, Natalie Cole, Steve Cropper, Digable Planets, Sheila E., Gloria Estefan, Aretha Franklin, Lynn Harrell, Whitney Houston, Alan Jackson…
Polish President Lech Walesa sacked the head of the National Radio and Television Council Tuesday following the council's controversial award of a private television license to the Polish company…
Robin Green has been promoted to senior VP, Castle Rock TV, reporting to division president Glenn Padnick.