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  • TVA buys out Incendo for $15m (Published in News) 22-02-2019
    Quebecor Media’s TVA Group has acquired Canadian production and distribution outfit Incendo in a deal worth C$19.5m (US$15m).
  • Just one thing (Published in Features) 22-02-2019
    Johnny Webb of Sundog Pictures and YouTube’s Luke Hyams on how their adaptation of the book If I Could Tell You Just One Thing reflects where the platform is heading.
  • Rodriguez joins Lifetime unscripted team (Published in News) 21-02-2019
    A+E Networks-owned US cablenet Lifetime has hired an experienced showrunner as its VP of unscripted development and programming.
  • Mediacorp merges family channels (Published in News) 20-02-2019
    Singapore-based broadcaster Mediacorp is merging two of its English-language channels to create one family-focused network.
  • UKTV obs doc heads for the slopes (Published in News) 20-02-2019
    UK-based multichannel broadcaster UKTV has greenlit an observational documentary series focusing on the medical emergency teams at a ski resort for its W channel.
  • Fremantle, Henson reboot Storyteller (Published in News) 20-02-2019
    Production giant Fremantle is partnering with The Jim Henson Company and author Neil Gaiman on a reboot of 1980s series The Storyteller.
  • New Regency opens int’l TV arm (Published in News) 20-02-2019
    US film and TV prodco New Regency is launching an international production arm based in the UK and has hired execs from Scott Free Productions and The Ink Factory to run it.
  • Mainstreet examines Ripper victims (Published in News) 19-02-2019
    Twofour-backed UK prodco Mainstreet Pictures is teaming up with Vanity Fair writer Gwyneth Hughes on a drama series focusing on Jack the Ripper's victims.
  • Buchanan, Eleven link up for diverse drama (Published in News) 19-02-2019
    The UK prodco behind Netflix series Sex Education has signed a first-look deal with the exec producer of the streamer’s Channel 4 copro The End of the F***ing World.
  • BoJack Horseman goes FTA in UK (Published in News) 19-02-2019
    Netflix adult cartoon Bojack Horseman has found a free-to-air home in the UK on Discovery’s newly launched DMax channel.
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