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  • Fruits of thy labour (Published in Features) 19-05-2003
    After Nickelodeon picked up the first Singaporean toon to air across Asia from Peach Blossom last year, the producer has not looked back. Coo Carlene Tan tells Fiona Fraser about her hopes for worldwide recognition.
  • Strange Fruit (Published in Features) 11-03-2003
    Buffy the Vampire Slayer and The X-Files have reached the end of the line but Fiona Fraser finds that a raft of new paranormal programmes proves audiences are still eager to find out if the truth is out there.
  • Hollywood stories (Published in Features) 11-03-2003
    With the launch of E! International on the UK~s Sky Digital platform in January, the LA-based broadcaster is now turning its focus on local production and further international carriage. Fiona Fraser asks president Mindy Herman how she has changed the face of E! in two years.
  • NHK boosts film output for 2003 (Published in News) 06-03-2003
    Japanese broadcaster NHK is making plans to air an additional 30 films per month across its five channels in newly defined afternoon and primetime movie slots from April 2003.
  • BBC looks for more foreign-language films (Published in News) 03-03-2003
    In the UK, BBC~s senior editor of films Steve Jenkins believes there is increasing value in foreign language blockbusters and the select few pre-watershed family feature films available.
  • German deal for Parthenon's cgi monsters (Published in News) 26-02-2003
    Year-old wildlife distributor Parthenon Entertainment has secured the exclusive distribution rights to a new cgi Steve Irwin-style wildlife show and has already sold the special into Germany.
  • Hispanic trio launch distribution venture (Published in News) 24-02-2003
    Televisa Cine, Plural Entertainment and Latin World Entertainment have teamed up to create a Hispanic film distribution company in the US, coproducing and selling Latin movies.
  • Sundance stocks up for new DOCday strand (Published in News) 21-02-2003
    Following plans for a weekly doc strand next month, US cable network Sundance Channel has picked up the US rights to four Canadian, Australian and Chilean feature documentaries for the DOCday block.
  • Channel 4 poaches BBC Muslim editor (Published in News) 21-02-2003
    In the UK, Channel 4 is attempting to give the 3% Islamic population a voice to their religious beliefs by poaching the highest profile Muslim in British broadcasting.
  • Psychic trend gives birth to new channel (Published in News) 21-02-2003
    Several Christian television networks emerged through the 1990s but it~s now the time of the psychics to offer viewers some answers as the Psychic Channel launches in the UK next month.
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