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  • C4 investment fund chief departs (Published in News) 23-06-2017
    The head of the indie investment fund at UK broadcaster Channel 4 is stepping down after three-and-a-half years in the role.
  • Dalton sets out ITVS formats goals (Published in News) 22-06-2017
    NATPE: The new VP of global formats sales at ITV Studios Global Entertainment has been setting out his priorities and strategy in his new role at Natpe here in Budapest this week.
  • Princess Diana doc reaches Seven, CBC (Published in News) 22-06-2017
    Broadcasters including Seven Network in Australia and CBC in Canada have picked up a 90-minute HBO and ITV documentary that marks the anniversary of the death of Diana, Princess of Wales.
  • MK Media Group factual heads east (Published in News) 22-06-2017
    NATPE: Broadcasters across Asia and the Middle East have acquired factual programming from Ukrainian producer and distributor MK Media Group at Natpe here in Budapest this week.
  • Murder Squad joins Eccho slate (Published in News) 21-06-2017
    NATPE: Czech crime series Murder Squad has been launched for international sale by Scandinavia-based distributor Eccho Rights at Natpe Budapest this week.
  • CEE ‘ready to become export market’ (Published in News) 21-06-2017
    NATPE: The rising quality of local production in Central and Eastern Europe can finally start to turn the region into an export market rather than one dominated by imports, according to the head of the Natpe Budapest market.
  • VoD push sparks format talk tensions (Published in News) 21-06-2017
    NATPE: Broadcasters’ efforts to launch their own digital services are causing friction in the format sales business as networks and distributors fight to retain rights to shows, leading execs have claimed.
  • Channel 5 probes compensation culture (Published in News) 16-06-2017
    NEWS BRIEF: Channel 5 in the UK has commissioned a three-part series on the rise of so-called compensation culture from indie prodco The Connected Set.
  • Ink Factory hires for development, digital (Published in News) 16-06-2017
    The Ink Factory, the London- and LA-based prodco behind hit drama The Night Manager, has hired three executives as part of an expansion in development and digital.
  • A voice for the voiceless (Published in Perspective) 16-06-2017
    At Sheffield Doc/Fest, the usual festival talk of diversity in television ignored the lessons from a general election and a scandalous national tragedy that sandwiched the event.
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