NEW YORK, April 1: Watch clips and access detailed information on thousands of new shows by visiting our video portal's dedicated Screening Rooms for MIPTV.
NEW YORK/ENGLEWOOD, April 1: Sling TV has scored a deal to become the first live internet TV service to offer linear and VOD content from HBO, adding it to its lineup in time for the season five premiere of Game of Thrones.
NEW YORK, April 1: Anna Carugati, the group editorial director of World Screen, looks at how Millennials' entertainment choices are influencing the media business.
UNTERFÖHRING, April 1: Sky Deutschland has landed a deal to bring its raft of HBO series to German viewers day-and-date with the original U.S. broadcasts.
NEW YORK, April 1: Discovery Communications' 2015-16 Upfront programming presentation revealed a slew of new highlights coming to its bouquet of networks, including the flagship Discovery Channel, which is introducing a special Elevation Weekend stunt.
NEW YORK, April 1: HISTORY is in development on The Boys of '67, produced by A+E Studios in association with Head First Productions and Muse Entertainment.
LOS ANGELES, April 1: FX has ordered a fourth season of the drama The Americans, with 13 new episodes set for 2016.
NEW YORK, April 1: A spotlight on the latest developments in science documentaries.
BEVERLY HILLS, April 1: Starz Play Arabia, a direct-to-consumer SVOD service developed for the MENA region, is debuting tomorrow in 17 countries.
LOS ANGELES, April 1: The Showtime original House of Lies is getting a fifth season, to air in 2016.
CANNES, April 1: Two of the lead shows that CBS Studios International (CBSSI) is presenting are spin-offs of global hit franchises, CSI: Cyber and NCIS: New Orleans.
SYDNEY, April 1: An Australian version of BBC Worldwide's The Great Bake Off format is in the works for Foxtel's LifeStyle FOOD channel.
MILAN, April 1: AXN HD in Italy is set to debut the crime drama Power in May, thanks to a deal with Starz Worldwide Distribution.
WASHINGTON, D.C., April 1: National Geographic Channels International (NGCI) has given the go-ahead to three new productions from its global content hub in London.
LONDON, April 1: 7Wonder is teaming up with Douglas Road Productions to co-produce the three-part documentary series Lenny Henry's Got the Blues for Sky Arts.
NEW YORK, April 1: IFC has given the go-ahead to Benders, a scripted comedy series that is set to be produced by Denis Leary and Jim Serpico's Apostle.
CANNES, April 1: There are two major drama launches for all3media international at MIPTV, Indian Summers and Safe House, “both of which we are very excited about, as they represent the highest standard of U.K. drama production,” says Liza Thompson, the company’s senior VP of program sales.
LONDON, April 1: At this year's MIPTV, FremantleMedia International plans to present international buyers with No Offence, a new police procedural series created by Paul Abbott (Shameless).
LONDON, April 1: Sky Vision has placed a range of its blue-chip wildlife titles, including the four-part Natures Treasure Island, with various international broadcasters.
CANNES, April 1: The Globo highlight Precious Pearl, winner of the 2014 International Emmy Award for best telenovela, follows the love story between a working-class girl and a millionaire in Brazil during the 1930s and 1940s.
TORONTO/LOS ANGELES, April 1: Entertainment One (eOne) Television has revealed its factual and scripted lineup for MIPTV, which will include new titles and returning shows.
LONDON, April 1: UKTV has commissioned the biographical series The Interviews for its comedy channel Gold.
MUNICH, April 1: Red Arrow International is landing in Cannes for MIPTV with a roster of formats covering reality, entertainment and comedy.
SHERMAN OAKS, April 1: GRB Entertainment has picked up the global distribution rights for eight new shows from OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network's slate of unscripted programming.
NEW YORK, April 1: Oznoz.com has signed an agreement with Splash Entertainment that will see a number of series become available in multiple languages on the online channel for bilingual children in North America.
TORONTO, April 1: Tricon Films & Television has sold a number of factual series, including Extreme Collectors, to broadcasters around the globe.
CANNES, April 1: The Turkish drama Stolen Life, which is being presented at MIPTV by ATV, tells the story of Asiye, who comes from a ghetto in Istanbul and cannot escape her dark past even when she begins to live a glamorous new life.
ROME, April 1: Filippo Cipriano has been elevated from chief creative officer to managing director at Ambra Banijay Italy.
LOS ANGELES, April 1: Rive Gauche Television has nabbed the docuseries The Day I Almost Died, which it will launch at MIPTV.
TORONTO, April 1: Blue Ant International is heading to MIPTV with its largest slate to date, presenting more than 100 hours of new factual content.
TORONTO, April 1: Breakthrough Entertainment has picked up the factual title Nordic Lodge, which it will showcase at this month’s MIPTV.
CANNES, April 1: While Foxx New Media is a fresh entrant to the market, the company’s CEO, Martina Liskova, has 15 years of experience working in international media.
MIAMI, April 1: Cisneros Media’s drama Criminal MasterMind (DeMente Criminal) is scheduled to debut tonight on Univision Puerto Rico.
SEOUL, April 1: CJ E&M Corporation is partnering with Japanese entertainment company Amuse for the co-production of a drama starring Choi Seung-Hyun and Juri Ueno.
HALIFAX/LOS ANGELES/LONDON, April 1: DHX Media has picked The Orchard to distribute its video and music catalogues in the U.S., Latin America, South Africa, Europe, Australia and New Zealand.
LOS ANGELES, April 1: A consortium of Japanese companies, led by Imagica Robot Holdings and including the Cool Japan Fund and Sumitomo Corporation, has finalized its acquisition of SDI Media.
SHERMAN OAKS, April 1: ITV Studios America has bolstered its non-scripted development team, hiring Hildie Katibah as director of development for its West Coast office and promoting Noah Korn to director of development in its East Coast office.
HÖHENKIRCHEN/MUNICH, April 1: m4e has named Planeta Junior the consumer-products licensing agent for Tip the Mouse in France, Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia.
CANNES, April 1: INK Global’s flagship title is Masha and the Bear, which tells the tale of an adorable little Russian girl who has adventures with her best friend, a retired circus bear.
NEW YORK, March 31: Ricardo Seguin Guise, the publisher of World Screen, reflects on 30 years of publishing excellence.
NEW YORK, March 31: The digital edition of World Screen—featuring interviews with Bertelsmann’s Thomas Rabe, Sky’s Jeremy Darroch, Discovery’s David Zaslav, plus Viola Davis, Ben Kingsley, Mariska Hargitay and Gina Rodriguez and many more—is now available. You can also access the digital editions of TV Europe, TV Kids, TV Formats, TV Drama, TV Real, TV AsiaPac, TV MEA, TV Latina and TV Listings, as well as World Screen @ 30, a 30th Anniversary Special Report.
STAMFORD/SYRACUSE, March 31: Charter Communications and its subsidiary CCH I has reached a deal with Advance/Newhouse Partnership to acquire Bright House Networks, which is the sixth largest cable operator in the U.S.
LONDON, March 31: Pay-TV revenues in Eastern Europe are forecast to be 45 percent higher in 2020 ($7.27 billion) than in 2010, according to Digital TV Research.
NEW YORK, March 31: Mad Men's creator and showrunner, Matthew Weiner, talks about the show that helped change the course of television and won four consecutive Primetime Emmys for outstanding drama series.
LONDON, March 31: Discovery Communications has upped its stake in Eurosport France from 20 percent to 51 percent, as part of a larger strategic partnership with TF1 Group that began in December 2012.