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  • US toons face ‘gay ban’ in Africa (Published in News) 23-06-2017
    A host of Nickelodeon and Cartoon Network shows have been threatened with a ban in Africa on the grounds of "promoting homosexuality."
  • Al Jazeera faces closure demand (Published in News) 23-06-2017
    Saudi Arabia, Egypt, the UAE and Bahrain have demanded Qatar shut down its state broadcaster Al Jazeera, according to reports.
  • UK ‘Netflix for history’ firm seeks funding (Published in News) 23-06-2017
    A UK VoD start-up positioning itself as a "Netflix for history shows" has launched a crowdfunding campaign led by TV presenter and podcaster Dan Snow.
  • Universal Kids picks preschool pair (Published in News) 23-06-2017
    Universal Kids, the US network that will replace preschool channel Sprout later this year, has greenlit two animated series for younger viewers.
  • Downton Abbey movie in the works (Published in News) 23-06-2017
    A feature film based on ITV's hit period drama Downton Abbey is set to begin shooting next year.
  • YouTube Red orders more originals (Published in News) 23-06-2017
    YouTube has ordered multiple new series for its Red subscription service, spanning sci-fi, eSports, competition, kids and family content.
  • M4E commercial director to exit (Published in News) 23-06-2017
    M4E's commercial director for North America, EMEA and Asia is leaving the German children's firm, shortly after it was taken over by Studio 100.
  • Globo boosts Vice presence in Brazil (Published in News) 22-06-2017
    US youth-skewing media firm Vice is set to ramp up its Brazilian production activities after receiving investment from local pay TV giant Globosat.
  • Making a Go of it (Published in Features) 22-06-2017
    OTT platform Go90 wants to attract mobile-first viewers, but can it recover from a stuttering start and compete in a viciously competitive market?
  • Lime fills top non-scripted role (Published in News) 22-06-2017
    All3Media-owned prodco Lime Pictures has appointed an executive producer at ITV Studios as its head of non-scripted programming in the UK.
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