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  • Castle creators prep US, Europe copro (Published in News) 17-11-2017
    Broadcasters in the US, Germany and France have greenlit a detective series from the creators of Castle to be coproduced by Tandem Productions and ABC Studios.
  • NBCU goes cold on Chiller (Published in News) 17-11-2017
    NBCUniversal is set to shut down Chiller, its channel dedicated to the horror genre, at the end of the year.
  • Sony mines Ouro in CEE (Published in News) 17-11-2017
    Sony Pictures Television Networks has acquired the first season of French gold trafficking drama Ouro from Newen Distribution.
  • Amazon wants Carey toon for Christmas (Published in News) 17-11-2017
    Amazon has agreed a deal with NBCUniversal to bring an animated film based on Mariah Carey's hit song All I Want for Christmas Is You to its streaming service in the US and Canada.
  • To be 2btube (Published in News) 16-11-2017
    By targeting Spanish-speaking young audiences around the world, 2btube has become a powerhouse in the world of independent YouTube channel operators.
  • Euro prodcos plan their Last 24 Hours (Published in News) 16-11-2017
    An entertainment format that recently launched on Belgian network VTM is set to be remade across Europe following deals with distributor The New Flemish Primitives.
  • Ink Factory secures $180m funding (Published in News) 16-11-2017
    The Night Manager producer The Ink Factory has raised US$180m in funding through deals with companies including Hong Kong- and London-based investor 127 Wall Productions.
  • Hulu opens up Page Six TV (Published in News) 16-11-2017
    Hulu in the US has acquired rights to the New York Post's nationally syndicated daily pop culture show Page Six TV from Endemol Shine North America.
  • Crackle fires up more StartUp (Published in News) 16-11-2017
    Sony's digital streaming service Crackle has commissioned a third season of its drama series StartUp starring Martin Freeman and Ron Perlman.
  • ZBC seized by Zimbabwean army (Published in News) 15-11-2017
    The Zimbabwean army has taken control of the country's national broadcaster, Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corp, and reportedly detained president Robert Mugabe.
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