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news & features

  • Vice eyes Canuck west coast hub
    Vice Media is considering opening a studio on Canada’s west coast after teaming up with Rogers Communications to launch a production hub in Toronto.
  • Sky sharpens entertainment focus
    European TV giant Sky will double its investment in non-sports programming over the next five years as it focuses in on entertainment, according to the company's MD of content.
  • France 3
    SCHEDULE WATCH CHANNEL PROFILE: France 3 is refreshing its schedule and programmes in search of a broader line-up and is preparing its first drama coproduction. Marie-Agnès Bruneau reports.
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perspective

  • Chinese dramas to catch
    Content China PERSP
    By Content China
    Dramas based on novels, historical or contemporary, are still an important trend in China in 2016. These are 10 of the year's most anticipated Chinese dramas.

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