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  • Marketing power (Published in Features) 07-12-2018
    Discoverability and the growing importance of marketing were two of the main themes to emerge from C21's Kids Content Futures event last week.
  • Narrowing windows (Published in News) 07-12-2018
    SVoD firms have so far given distributors a revenue stream for both library and new content. But could the next phase of the revolution see them shut out?
  • Watch Next invests in Bien Content (Published in News) 07-12-2018
    Watch Next Media in France has acquired a stake in Paris-based animation studio Je Suis Bien Content.
  • ZDFE takes on Force of Nature (Published in News) 07-12-2018
    ZDF Enterprises in Germany has taken worldwide distribution rights to a three-part docuseries that looks at scientific and social solutions to humanity's greatest challenges.
  • Singerella finds voice in Thailand (Published in News) 07-12-2018
    NEWS BRIEF: Thailand-based Context Media has acquired local rights to an Armoza Formats show that gives girls the chance to sing in front of thousands of people alongside an industry icon.
  • Jetpack blasts kids’ shows into Asia (Published in News) 07-12-2018
    ATF: A fledgling children's channel in South Korea has acquired shows such as Boj and Just Time Go! from UK-based Jetpack Distribution.
  • Netflix links with Doc McStuffins creator (Published in News) 07-12-2018
    Netflix has signed an overall deal with the creator and executive producer of Disney Junior animated series Doc McStuffins.
  • Bad Wolf fashions UK drama (Published in News) 06-12-2018
    Jane Tranter and Julie Gardner's UK- and LA-based prodco Bad Wolf is developing a drama series conceived by two former editors of fashion and lifestyle magazine British Vogue.
  • Philippines searches for another Idol (Published in News) 06-12-2018
    ATF: Fremantle's Idol format is returning to the Philippines following a commission from local broadcaster ABS-CBN.
  • Foxtel production chief to exit (Published in News) 06-12-2018
    The director of production at Australian pay TV firm Foxtel is set to leave the company later this month.
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