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news & features

  • Asian networks add 9 Story toons
    Broadcasters in Thailand, Singapore, Taiwan, Hong Kong and Korea have acquired nearly 350 half-hours of kids’ and family programming from Canada's 9 Story Media Group.
  • UK nets cook with Channel 4
    Broadcasters in the UK have picked up a raft of programming after agreeing deals with the distribution arm of pubcaster Channel 4.
  • NBC rides with Aquarius again
    NEWS BRIEF: US network NBC has renewed 1960s-set crime drama Aquarius for a second season.
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perspective

  • SOS: save our sitcoms
    Miles-BulloughPERSP
    By Miles Bullough
    As malaise continues to surround animated sitcoms in the UK, online distribution may prove to be the genre's saviour.

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