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  • EU accepts Paramount geoblocking deal
    US studio Paramount has agreed concessions with the European Commission over rights deals with Sky in the UK – a move that could have widespread ramifications for content deals struck in Europe.
  • Wonkybot develops kids' podcast for TV
    A US kids' studio is developing a popular music-driven, superhero-themed podcast for television following its success on iTunes.
  • Syfy drama Spikes globally
    Viacom International Media Networks has picked up a supernatural drama from Syfy in the US for its Spike channels across the world.
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  • In other words, work
    By Josh Selig
    Work is to preschool animators as snow is to Inuit, says the Little Airplane founder – who has almost as many words for it.

Think of the children

Children's programming is likely to be hit hard by Brexit and local producers are readying themselves for the bumpy road ahead, reports Nico Franks.

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C21 takes an in-depth look at the potential impact of the UK’s vote to leave the EU on the international TV industry.

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The international format business is changing fast, with the dominant suppliers now facing competition from places that once only imported formats.

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The number of TV dramas has exploded in recent years, but has it reached a peak? We may be in a golden age of drama, but some say the bubble is about to burst.

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