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WarnerMedia-owned HBO and SVoD service HBO Max saw subscriber growth in international markets in the third quarter despite expected declines in the US.
The growing popularity of multilingual dramas and international coproductions has raised concerns about the return of Euro-pudding content, executives have told C21.
Minderoo Foundation in Australia has launched a production and finance company with an initial A$10m to invest in screen projects that inspire change.
US-based Chicken Soup for the Soul Entertainment has expanded into India with the acquisition of Mumbai- and LA-based production company Locomotive Global.
In the C21FM Weekly Review Show, which this week runs from 10am today to 10am on Monday October 25, we play highlights from a great week on the station. Tune in for a mix of music, news and interviews that put the global content business in perspective.
Australian pubcaster ABC has greenlit a crime thriller series coproduced by Fremantle Australia and Archipelago Productions.
Disney+ has picked up the international rights (excluding the US and Canada) to live-action mystery series The Hardy Boys.
US premium cablenet HBO's sports arm has picked up a documentary feature chronicling the Bishop Sycamore High School football scandal from Succession’s Adam McKay.
Apple TV+’s Mythic Quest is set to continue after the tech giant’s streaming service ordered two more seasons of the workplace comedy.
US-based social media giant Facebook has greenlit a new original talk series hosted by singer, actress and activist Becky G.
Netflix employees were among those who took part in an in-person rally and a virtual walkout on Wednesday as part of the backlash against the streamer's recently released Dave Chappelle special, The Closer, which critics say contains transphobic and homophobic material.
LA-based producer and distributor Dynamic Television has hired Shoe Money exec Rachel Taff as director of development and ex-CBS and Disney exec Will Baldwin as manager of development.
BBC Education in the UK is looking for mental health content in the children’s space, according to Helen Foulkes, head of BBC Education and Newsround.
Former Barcroft Studios executive Alex Morris has resurfaced as director of LADstudios, a UK-based outfit from youth-focused social media publisher LADbible Group.
Today we hear from Lineup Industries co-founders Ed Louwerse and Julian Curtis and from Starlings Television president Chris Philip, reflecting on last week at Mipcom and their take on the latest market dynamics.
NBA star Patrick Patterson and producer Joel Reilly have teamed up to launch a production company with operations in both the US and Canada.
Sister, the production venture from Elisabeth Murdoch, Stacey Snider and Jane Featherstone, is set to work with the fledgling studio arm of North London venue KOKO as part of its investment in the theatre’s restoration.
Amazon in Japan has commissioned a local version of Australian comedy format No Activity, marking its first adaptation in Asia.
A feature documentary about a world-first expedition to Antarctica is currently in development as the adventure travel company behind it looks for people to join the voyage.
Wurl, a US streaming technology company specialising in FAST channels, is aiming to create a “superhighway for FAST channels” with the launch of its Global FAST Pass.
Discovery+ and Discovery-owned US cablenet OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network have commissioned a new soul food cooking competition series that celebrate black chefs and black culinary traditions.

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