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    MIPCOM: FremantleMedia has recruited a veteran US reality producer to lead its local production drive in China, as part of a fresh strategy from its new CEO for that territory, Vivian Yin.
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    MIPCOM: Fox bosses Dana Walden and Gary Newman have revealed that the updated X-Files is unlikely to be the last reboot of a classic show to air on the US network – as long as the storytelling is good enough.
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    By Ed Waller
    This week's NHK deal for Ukrainian drama The Sniffer is good news for the Eastern European country but there's no denying that the ban on Russian content is having a major impact there.

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