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Drama Awards 2019
  • eOne climbs into Hasbro’s toy box (Published in Perspective) 23-08-2019
    Hasbro is securing a raft of preschool properties as part of its US$4bn purchase of eOne. But the toy giant will now also have a host of drama and unscripted assets to play with.
  • BBC, Pact talks over iPlayer stumble (Published in News) 23-08-2019
    ETF: Negotiations between the BBC and UK producers’ trade body Pact about the new terms of trade for the iPlayer "aren't going well," according to the latter's chair.
  • Disney+ goes inside the Mouse House (Published in News) 23-08-2019
    Disney+ has revealed more details of its documentary that goes behind the scenes at The Walt Disney Company, but has decided to axe another project in the works at the soon-to-launch streaming service.
  • Sense of theatre (Published in News) 22-08-2019
    One of the newer production collectives to emerge on the UK television scene, The Anthology Group, stands out for its thespian roots and comedy chops.
  • BBC unveils 2020 vision after iPlayer rejig (Published in News) 22-08-2019
    ETF: The BBC is changing its approach to commissioning new programmes in line with the tweaks being made to the iPlayer in reaction to rapidly changing viewing habits.
  • Amazon Studios seeks scripted execs (Published in News) 22-08-2019
    ETF: Amazon Studios is searching for scripted execs in Spain and Italy as it continues to build out its slate of European originals on Prime Video.
  • Byrne hits out at TV’s ‘sexist bastards’ (Published in News) 21-08-2019
    ETF: Dorothy Byrne at the UK's Channel 4 used her Edinburgh MacTaggart lecture to discuss being sexually assaulted, slam politicians for lying and stress the role of TV in preserving democracy.
  • Lionsgate UK resets (Published in News) 21-08-2019
    US studio Lionsgate has restructured its UK television operations with a new production company helmed by ITV's former drama chief.
  • Walter Presents adds new Nordic noir (Published in News) 21-08-2019
    Walter Presents, the non-English-language VoD service backed by the UK's Channel 4, has agreed a multi-territory deal with ZDF Enterprises for a new Swedish crime series.
  • Banijay Rights, Tigerlily sign development deal (Published in News) 21-08-2019
    The distribution arm of France's Banijay Group has agreed a first-look development deal with UK indie Tigerlily Productions.
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