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TORONTO, December 16: CTV's 2015 mid-season schedule will be led by five new series and several returning hits, including MasterChef Canada, Spun Out and Motive, as well as a handful of live events.
NEW YORK, December 16: WE tv is developing a new unscripted series that focuses on the stars of Spanish-language soaps, The Real Women of Telenovelas.
TEL AVIV, December 16: Armoza Formats has licensed its prime-time format The People's Choice to Brazil's Globo.
MIAMI, December 16: Cisneros Media is expanding and rebranding its Miami-based production facility, which will now operate under the name Cisneros Studios.
PARIS, December 16: Reed MIDEM is now accepting entries for the fifth edition of the MIPLab competition for video technology innovation.
SILVER SPRING, December 16: Next month, Discovery Life Channel (DLC), which is launching on the Discovery Fit & Health platform on January 15, is due to debut programming focused on life's unplanned moments.
TORONTO, December 16: Early next year, HISTORY Canada is slated to broadcast Dino Hunt Canada, a new original miniseries focused on the life and death of dinosaurs in the country.
MUNICH, December 16: Red Arrow International has licensed the medical drama series Remedy to new partners in Europe, the Middle East and Africa.
LONDON, December 16: A local version of The Great Interior Design Challenge, a format from the all3media international catalogue, has been renewed in Denmark, while the second season of the original factual entertainment show is headed to Sweden.
PARIS, December 16: ZED has purchased 100 percent of the production company Docside, which is behind such projects as In the Name of Rome, Naturopolis and Napoleon: The Campaign of Russia.
PARIS, December 16: TV France International has selected the winners of the 11th Export Awards, which recognize the sales companies behind the best-selling French productions worldwide, this year honoring Xilam Animation, ARTE France and AB International Distribution.
MIAMI, December 16: Viacom International Media Networks (VIMN) has named Larissa Zagustin as senior VP and general counsel for the company’s brands and businesses in Latin America, Canada and the U.S. Hispanic market.
NEW YORK, December 16: NBCUniversal has promoted Meara Abramson Valenzuela to senior VP of planning and strategy for Hispanic enterprises and content.
NEW YORK, December 16: Saban Brands has hired David Zolot, a seasoned corporate development and finance exec, for the newly created role of senior VP of corporate development.
LONDON, December 16: The Russian animated property Masha and the Bear is getting a live tour, with a dancing ice show that will initially run in Slovakia and the Czech Republic.
LONDON, December 15: Ofcom has published its third review of the U.K.'s public service broadcasting (PSB), reporting that the PSB sector is performing well despite falls in both program spend and viewing.
LONDON, December 15: ITV has commissioned the 13-part drama Beowulf, an epic re-imagining of the literary classic.
SYDNEY, December 15: Presto Entertainment has locked in licensing pacts with HBO and Showtime to deliver exclusive Australian access to a slew of popular titles, including The Wire and Dexter, to the new SVOD service.
LOS ANGELES, December 15: FX Networks has ordered the comedy pilot Atlanta, created by and starring Donald Glover (Community).
LONDON, December 15: BBC Worldwide has appointed Jon Farrar as the senior VP for global programming and acquisitions, bolstering the company’s continued genre-channel launch plans.
SILVER SPRING, December 15: TLC is set to deliver its first weekly late night talk show, featuring Margaret Cho, Heather McDonald, Marissa Jaret Winokur and Dr. Tiffanie Davis Henry as they touch on topics such as love, sex and relationships.
NEW YORK, December 15: Alex Oe, the director of sales and acquisition at CJ E&M Corporation, talks to World Screen Newsflash about the company’s format success.
MADRID, December 15: The pay-TV channel Disney Cinemagic is to be taken off the air in Spain on January 1, 2015.
TORONTO, December 15: Tricon Films & Television has sold more than 450 hours of lifestyle programming, including Bitchin' Kitchen, Decked Out and Divine Design, to a slew of broadcasters around the globe.
LONDON, December 15: The preschool service Tiny Pop is set to launch on the Freeview platform in the U.K.
SANTA MONICA, December 15: Ovation TV has picked up the U.S. premiere rights for Isabella Rossellini's Green Porno Live!, a documentary special centered on the titular international superstar's one woman show about animal reproduction.
TORONTO, December 15: 9 Story Media Group has licensed another season of the animated comedy series Camp Lakebottom to Disney Channels Asia for broadcast in Southeast Asia, South Korea, Taiwan and Hong Kong.
LONDON, December 15: Scripps Networks UK & EMEA's Food Network and Fine Living are slated to launch on TeliaSonera's Elion Ettevõtted telecom services provider in Estonia next month.
PARIS, December 15: Terranoa has presold Surrender, a doc commemorating the 70th anniversary of V-E Day, to a number of partners around the world.
SEATTLE, December 12: More U.S. consumers than ever are choosing to “cut the cord” and stream their content online, citing frustrations with rising cable bills and TV bundles that include dozens of unwanted channels, according to an industry trend report from Marchex.