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  • Radio-Canada’s Wolfe, Pelletier depart (Published in News) 02-12-2020
    Radio-Canada Television, the French Canadian arm of Canadian pubcaster the CBC, has completed a restructure, with specialty channels senior director Marie-Claude Wolfe and senior acquisitions director Michel Pelletier leaving as a result.
  • Sky’s Davey warns talent deals ‘risky’ (Published in News) 02-12-2020
    Gary Davey, CEO of Sky Studios in the UK, has branded overall deals with on-screen talent “dangerous” and “risky,” while noting Sky is looking at “a wide range” of documentary content for its recently launched factual channels.
  • Asia acquires Blue Ant crime series (Published in News) 01-12-2020
    ATF: Pan-Asian broadcaster A+E Networks Asia, linear channel True Visions in Thailand and Chinese SVoD service Huan Xi Shou Ying have picked up crime series from Toronto-based Blue Ant International.
  • HBO Asia’s Folklore returns for S2 (Published in News) 01-12-2020
    WarnerMedia has commissioned a second season of horror anthology series Folklore for HBO Asia, two years after the first run's debut.
  • Erik Feig to advise Wattpad (Published in News) 01-12-2020
    Canada-based digital storytelling platform Wattpad has appointed film exec and producer Erik Feig as an advisor.
  • McDermott: Global content is the future (Published in News) 30-11-2020
    CONTENT LONDON: The future of television lies in worldwide content, according to AMC originals chief Dan McDermott, and international broadcasters must join forces if they are to compete with the streaming giants.
  • C4 orders Jack Thorne Covid drama (Published in News) 27-11-2020
    UK broadcaster Channel 4 has ordered a Covid-themed drama from writer Jack Thorne and a documentary about disgraced celebrity publicist Max Clifford.
  • C4 sets new strategy, $40m format fund (Published in News) 27-11-2020
    The UK's Channel 4 has unveiled a corporate strategy called Future4, which aims to help the commercial broadcaster thrive in the digital age and includes the creation of a £30m (US$40m) Global Format Fund.
  • ITV in the market for ‘big event dramas’ (Published in News) 26-11-2020
    CONTENT LONDON: UK commercial broadcaster ITV is keen to take on more “event dramas” and live shows, according to head of drama Polly Hill.
  • BBC calls for non-traditional drama (Published in News) 26-11-2020
    CONTENT LONDON: UK pubcaster the BBC is seeking dramas in genres that it doesn’t traditionally broadcast, including horror, supernatural and international crime stories.
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