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PREMIUM, May 21: Whether the adrenaline rush of Hostages, the tug on the heartstrings of Believe, or the laugh-out-loud antics of Rebel Wilson in Super Fun Night or Allison Janney in Mom, Warner Bros.’ upcoming prime-time hopefuls appeared Monday to have considerable range—and, more importantly, resonated with foreign program buyers.
GENEVA, May 21: The European Broadcasting Union is calling on the European Union to exclude the region's content-creation sector from its negotiations for a trade and investment partnership with the U.S.
NEW YORK, May 21: In this video interview, actress Thandie Newton, the star of the new series Rogue, sits down with World Screen Newsflash to discuss her character and the complexities woven into the show's plot.
MELBOURNE, May 21: Tim Worner has been elevated to CEO of Seven West Media, effective July 1, replacing Don Voelte.
TORONTO/LONDON, May 21: The acquisition of Alliance Films earlier this year helped boost Entertainment One's financial results for the year ended March 31, 2013, with revenues up 25 percent to £629.1 million ($994.2 million).
STOCKHOLM/MAINZ, May 21: ZDF Enterprises has firmed up a multi-year pact with the Swedish indie producer Tre Vänner for the development of TV projects, including new high-end Scandinavian dramas.
UNIVERSAL CITY, May 21: NBC has picked up the drama Siberia from Sierra/Engine Television and Michael Ohoven’s Infinity Films for its summer schedule.
LONDON, May 21: ITV has confirmed that the 2014 cycle of Dancing on Ice will be the series' last.
LOS ANGELES, May 21: The Grammy Award-winning singer Kelly Rowland and international pop star Paulina Rubio have been tapped to join the judging panel for the third season of The X Factor on FOX, alongside Simon Cowell and Demi Lovato.
ESPOO, May 21: Jon Vitti, who has worked on such hit comedies as The Simpsons and The Office, is on board to write the screenplay for the upcoming Angry Birds 3D movie, which is slated for release in 2016.
LONDON, May 21: BBC Two has slated a four-night live broadcast for Airport Live, which takes viewers into the air-traffic control tower of the bustling Heathrow airport.
LOS ANGELES, May 21: Paul Teutul Sr., who fronted Discovery Channel's American Choppers, is at the center of a brand-new series for CMT, Orange County Choppers.
ZURICH, May 21: Viewster says it has clinched new licensing deals for 240 hours of American, British and Korean content, including Head Case, Mayday, Skins and Boys Over Flowers, for its free on-demand service.
HALIFAX/LOS ANGELES/LONDON, May 21: DHX Media has sold hit shows such as Arthur, Naturally Sadie and Madeline into Latin America.
LONDON, May 21: Channel 4 has a raft of new summer programs lined up, including Gok's Summer Catwalk Live, a series that features fashion advice from the TV personality Gok Wan.
JERSEY CITY, May 21: Monarch Films has taken on the exclusive international TV distribution rights for four series from O2 Media that are currently airing on Lifetime Television.
LONDON, May 21: CBBC has ordered the brand-new series Disaster Chefs from Lucky Day Productions, which is also producing a celebrity version of Driving Academy for the channel.
SYDNEY, May 21: Bauer Media is working with Shine Australia and Network Ten to publish the MasterChef Collectibles series of cookbooks.
SINGAPORE, May 21: MediaCorp has named Tony Lai as its new managing director to lead experiences and outreach, effective June 3.
PREMIUM, May 20: Disney opened its Burbank studio doors wide Sunday evening to welcome some 650 foreign TV program buyers for the L.A. Screenings, the Hollywood majors' first sales bazaar of the year for its new prime-time series, where Alan Horn and Anne Sweeney emphasized the company's ability to deliver "great storytelling and iconic characters."
TV Formats analyzes the top five European formats, exploring what goes into making a global hit.
The CEO of MarVista Entertainment.
NEW YORK, May 20: Our Spanish-language sister publication TV Latina has unveiled its digital edition for Canitec, which includes a feature on the pay-TV landscape in Mexico, as well as interviews with, among others, Turner Broadcasting System International's Gerhard Zeiler, Discovery Networks' Enrique R. Martínez, VIMN's Sofía Ioannou and Televisa Networks' Bruce Boren.
PREMIUM, May 20: Anette Romer, the head of acquisitions and formats at TV2 in Denmark, shares with us her format-licensing strategy.
LONDON, May 20: The BBC has commissioned another season of Doctor Who, which is celebrating its 50th anniversary, and has signed the show's lead writer and executive producer, Steven Moffat, to work on it.
UNIVERSAL CITY, May 20: Christina Aguilera, CeeLo Green, Adam Levine and Blake Shelton are on board for the fifth cycle of The Voice, which kicks off on NBC this fall, though midseason will again see the return of Shakira and Usher.
BURBANK, May 20: The final unaired episodes of Don’t Trust The B---- in Apartment 23 are now available in their entirety through WATCH ABC on ABC.com, the WATCH ABC Player for the iPad, iPhone, iPod touch and Kindle Fire, Hulu and iTunes.
LONDON, May 20: Twofour and GroupM Entertainment are producing 12 new episodes of the series The Magaluf Weekender for ITV2.
LONDON, May 20: Channel 5 has recommissioned the celebrity-focused doc series My Secret Past, which will see Louis Smith, Kerry Katona and Jennifer Ellison delving into their pasts in this all-new third season.
BURBANK, May 20: Production is under way on Star Wars Rebels, a new series for Disney XD that is based on the hit entertainment franchise.