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  • Disney and the honeypot (Published in News) 17-08-2001
    The widow and daughter of Stephen Slesinger, who acquired the rights to A.A. Milne~s Winnie The Pooh in 1929, are taking Walt Disney Co to court over royalty payments.
  • Vision TV puts its faith in Our Man (Published in News) 17-08-2001
    Canada~s Vision TV has greenlit its first original sitcom Our Man, which will be made with independent production company Leda Serene Films.
  • Pop Idol fracas resolved by FRAPA (Published in News) 17-08-2001
    The UK’s Target Distribution and Pearson Television have resolved their ongoing dispute over a talent show through the fledgling Format Recognition and Protection Association.
  • BBC commissions new Auf Wiedersehen (Published in News) 16-08-2001
    In the UK, BBC1 has commissioned a new series of Auf Wiedersehen, Pet, a follow-up to the hit ITV drama in the 80s about a band of British builders.
  • New novellas from Tepuy (Published in News) 16-08-2001
    Tepuy International arrives at MIPCOM with a raft of telenovelas which are currently performing well in the ratings for Columbia’s Canal Caracol.
  • Schneider bows out at UPC (Published in News) 15-08-2001
    Mark Schneider, chief executive of United Pan-European Communications, has parted company with the heavily indebted Dutch cable outfit.
  • It’s a beautiful game (Published in News) 15-08-2001
    The UK~s Prisma Sports and Media, part of German media mogul Leo Kirch~s business empire, has accused the BBC and ITV as acting as a cartel in negotiating for broadcast rights to the 2002 World Cup.
  • WWF initial bodyslam (Published in News) 14-08-2001
    The World Wrestling Federation has been left on the ropes after a ruling that the World Wide Fund for Nature has the rights to the initials WWF.
  • Tepuy delivers a novel novela (Published in News) 14-08-2001
    Tepuy International has finished production on Blanca y Pura (White and Pure), which boasts the distinction of being the first animated production in the telenovela genre.
  • Pariah wins US greenlights (Published in News) 14-08-2001
    Columbia TriStar Television has given two pilot commitments for high profile drama projects to Gavin Polone’s fledgling production company, Pariah.
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