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  • C21 turns 21 (Published in Features) 05-07-2018
    As C21 Media celebrates its 21st birthday, David Jenkinson, editor-in-chief and managing director, reflects on how the company began and how much the industry has changed.
  • Women of the West set for defining agenda (Published in News) 17-05-2018
    The Women of the West keynote and networking event takes place alongside Drama Summit West at The Ebel Theatre in LA tomorrow, featuring a stellar line-up.
  • Mahon to receive Formats Gold at MipFormats (Published in News) 09-02-2018
    Alex Mahon, CEO of Channel 4 in the UK, is to receive the International Formats Gold Award at MipFormats, where she will also take part in a keynote one-on-one interview with Gary Carter.
  • Forces of nature (Published in Perspective) 15-10-2017
    September saw Annie Wegelius and David Lyle lose their battles with cancer. C21's editor-in-chief and managing director reflects on the impact they had on the entertainment business.
  • David Lyle dies at 67 (Published in News) 23-09-2017
    David Lyle, the veteran television executive, has lost his fight with cancer aged 67.
  • Itkin’s golden touch (Published in Features) 30-05-2014
    Mark Itkin at William Morris Endeavor received the C21/Frapa Gold Award at MipTV. He spoke to David Jenkinson about bringing non-scripted television to the US.
  • Canal+ takes Versailles to series (Published in News) 11-03-2014
    After a number of false starts, French broadcaster Canal+ has made a 12-part straight-to-series order for Versailles, to be written and exec produced by David Wolstencroft and Simon Mirren.
  • Weinstein epic BBC War & Peace deal (Published in News) 07-10-2013
    MIPCOM EXCLUSIVE: Just months after inking a deal with Netflix in the US designed to “reinvent pay TV in America,” The Weinstein Company has come onboard Lookout Point/BBC Worldwide six-part epic War and Peace as a coproduction partner.
  • Lookout Point eyes UK drama indies (Published in News) 19-09-2013
    Lookout Point, the boutique drama packager behind Parade's End and Ripper Street, is planning to make 'a significant investment' in a UK indie in a bid to build its own in-house production capability.
  • PBS embarks on Genealogy trip (Published in News) 29-05-2013
    PBS has greenlit a remake of Big Mountain Productions’ format Genealogy Roadshow through a deal brokered by Quinn Media Management in the US.
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