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  • Music events: is there life after Madonna? (Published in Features) 05-02-2002
    The live concert is a constant in the catalogue of any music specialist, but how does it fare if it~s not a big-name act that can shape a channel~s brand? Chris Johnson takes a front row seat.
  • Clubs and cannibals from Minotaur (Published in News) 25-01-2002
    NATPE NEWS – UK distributor Minotaur International is shopping a pair of Scottish Media Group TV titles at Natpe this week, namely Club Reps and Cannibals & Crampons.
  • BBC to offer channel management to clients (Published in News) 25-01-2002
    In the UK, the BBC has been given the go-ahead by the DCMS to launch a commercially operated channel creation and management services venture, entitled BBC Broadcast Ltd.
  • TechTV's Wangberg retires at 30 million (Published in News) 25-01-2002
    TechTV chairman and ceo Larry Wangberg has celebrated the cable network hitting the 30m subscriber milestone by stepping down.
  • Fox Kids UK extends NTL cable deal (Published in News) 25-01-2002
    Fox Kids Europe has inked a three-year deal with the UK~s biggest digital cable platform NTL to extend carriage of Fox Kids UK.
  • Channel 4 pre-buys land mine special (Published in News) 25-01-2002
    The UK~s Channel 4 has come onboard a new doc about land mines from filmmaker Dennis O~Rouke, being produced in association with ABC (Australia) and funded by the Australian Film Finance Corporation.
  • MTV's localisation extends to Thailand (Published in News) 24-01-2002
    MTV Asia has inked a joint venture deal with Thai music programming specialist Ten Music Television (TMT) to launch MTV Thailand.
  • Buyers take away TWI's culinary delights (Published in News) 24-01-2002
    NATPE NEWS - UK producer-distributor TWI has earned back its Vegas expenses after shopping its cooking series Planet Food to a host of international broadcasters, including Discovery and Asia Television.
  • 4Kids triumphs in Fox block bidding war (Published in News) 23-01-2002
    NATPE NEWS - The producer of Pokemon, 4Kids Entertainment has won the race to lease US network Fox~s Saturday morning kids~ block, after a four-year deal with extension options.
  • Scholastic develops I Spy toon (Published in News) 23-01-2002
    Scholastic Entertainment, the TV production arm of children~s publisher Scholastic, is developing an animated series based on the kids~ property I Spy for US cable network HBO Family.
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