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TEL AVIV, December 10: America, a television network in Argentina, has ordered 200 more episodes of Smart Face: Lo Sabe, No Lo Sabe, a street game show format distributed by Dori Media Group, to be produced in the country.
MIAMI, December 10: Everybody and Their Brother, a hidden-camera entertainment format distributed by Televisa Internacional, has been optioned in more than 25 countries around the globe.
SÃO PAULO, December 10: The Life We Lead, a telenovela from Globo, is scheduled to premiere on Guatemala's Guatevisión, where it is replacing Seize the Day in the noon time slot.
LONDON, December 10: Platinum Films has named Haven Licensing as its licensing agent for Matt Hatter Chronicles, a boys' adventure brand, in Australia and New Zealand.
LONDON, December 10: Rainbow is launching a coloring contest involving the popular girls' property Winx Club in the Benelux region.
LONDON, December 9: ZenithOptimedia is forecasting that global ad spending will see the strongest sustained period of growth in ten years, with mobile technology leading the way and TV as the second largest contributor.
Stephen Hodge, the company’s managing director, talks about creating a premier on-demand entertainment destination for children.
Constructed reality, mixing high drama and real-life scenarios, has been gaining in popularity across the globe.
NEW YORK/ROME, December 9: A+E Networks has set up a Rome-based company to launch and operate branded channels and services in Italy: A+E Networks Italy.
UNTERFÖHRING, December 9: Sky Deutschland has secured the extension of broadcasting rights for the UEFA Champions League in Germany through 2018, and will show 146 matches live per season, 128 of them exclusively.
NEW YORK, December 9: CBS has ordered The Dovekeepers, a four-hour mini-series from executive producers Roma Downey and Mark Burnett, the production team behind The Bible.
LONDON, December 9: The BBC is planning to launch five new subscription-free HD channels tomorrow, with BBC Three HD, BBC Four HD, BBC News HD, CBeebies HD and CBBC HD.
NEW YORK, December 9: Jane Root, the founder and chief executive of Nutopia, talks about how America The Story of Us spurred a format that has now been sold into several markets.
LONDON, December 9: Sky Vision Productions is working on a one-hour documentary about Typhoon Haiyan for Sky 1 HD in the U.K., and will co-produce a U.S. version with the producers of the PBS science series NOVA.
LOS ANGELES, December 9: Endemol Studios has signed its first pod deal with Christina Wayne and her Assembly Entertainment outfit to develop and produce scripted projects.
BEVERLY HILLS, December 9: Netflix members in the U.K. and Ireland are gaining access to a wide range of Cartoon Network and Cartoonito series, including Powerpuff Girls, Regular Show and LazyTown.
BURBANK, December 9: Legendary Television and Digital has worked out a multi-year multiplatform deal with Red Hour Films, which was founded by Ben Stiller and Stuart Cornfeld, to develop and produce exclusive content for TV and digital.
HONG KONG, December 9: Celestial Tiger Entertainment has sold more than 700 hours of series and films from Lionsgate to MediaCorp's OTT platform Toggle.
PALISADES PARK, December 9: Broadcasters in 160-plus territories around the world have signed up to air the 2014 Golden Globe Awards, which will be shown live on NBC in the U.S. on January 12.
BURBANK, December 9: The ABC Television Network has inked a deal with Peanuts Worldwide and Lee Mendelson Film Productions that sees the iconic Charlie Brown holiday specials continuing to air on the channel until 2020.
NEW YORK, December 9: MTV has signed a development deal for a TV adaptation of the Shannara fantasy book series penned by Terry Brooks.
LONDON, December 9: Zodiak Rights and Loft London have commenced exclusive negotiations regarding Zodiak Rights' post-production facility.
LONDON, December 9: Numero 23 in France has picked up the broadcast rights for Ink Master, a tattoo competition show produced by Original Media for Viacom's Spike TV in the U.S.
TORONTO, December 9: 9 Story Entertainment has licensed Teenage Fairytale Dropouts, an animated pre-teen show, to broadcasters around the globe.
MUNICH, December 9: Britta Meyermann, who previously led acquisitions at Global Screen, has been hired as the head of international co-production for Odeon Film.
LOS ANGELES, December 9: Rich Frank, a veteran entertainment executive, has become an investor and shareholder for BabyFirst's board of directors.
NEW YORK, December 6: Broadcasters around the world have planned special programming to mark the passing of Nelson Mandela, including Discovery, which has prepared the hour-long documentary The Making of Mandela to air in 224 countries.
NEW YORK, December 6: The statistics portal Statista has found that among Americans between the ages of 18 and 36, 46 percent of paid subscribers choose cable, while 43 percent are Netflix users.
LONDON, December 6: NBCUniversal has decided to shut down The Style Network in the U.K., where it has been operating since 2008.
UNTERFÖHRING, December 6: Sky Deutschland has purchased Constantin Sport's production company Plazamedia, along with acquiring a minority stake in Sport1 and Constantin Sport Marketing.