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ENGLEWOOD, August 27: DISH Network and Sinclair Broadcast Group have entered into an agreement that forms the basis of a long-term retransmission consent pact, bringing an end to the channel blackout across 79 U.S. markets.
The CEO is looking to forge partnerships with execs whose mindsets fit well with the company’s business philosophy.
LONDON, August 27: BBC One has unveiled a range of new commissions, including an as-yet-untitled drama from Oscar-winner Steve McQueen and a musical series using Motown tunes.
UNTERFÖHRING, August 27: ProSieben MAXX has extended its agreement with A+E Networks to acquire additional programming, including new episodes of Duck Dynasty.
NEW YORK, August 27: Randy Falco, president and CEO of Univision Communications, has called out real-estate mogul and presidential candidate Donald Trump for ejecting nightly news anchor Jorge Ramos from a press conference earlier this week.
NEW YORK/MCLEAN, August 27: CBS Corporation and TEGNA have revealed a comprehensive agreement that renews station deals for ten TEGNA Media markets serving more than 10 million U.S. households.
EDINBURGH, August 27: Discovery Channel and Discovery Networks International (DNI) are set to air the documentary Sherpa in more than 200 countries and territories around the world in 2016.
LONDON, August 27: NBCUniversal (NBCU) International has created a multi-territory regional hub meant to align the company's distribution and networks businesses in Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA).
GLENDALE, August 27: Michael Francis, chief global brand officer, is resigning from his full-time position at DreamWorks Animation (DWA) in December, transitioning into a consulting role.
GLASGOW, August 27: STV Productions and GroupM Entertainment have teamed up to establish a strategic development partnership that will see the two firms co-invest, co-develop and co-produce concepts across a range of genres.
TORONTO, August 27: The Ellis library, containing nearly 600 titles produced by Canada's Ralph C. Ellis and Stephen Ellis, is to be re-released globally through the pair's new company, Stellis Media.
SILVER SPRING, August 27: Next month, Investigation Discovery (ID) is set to premiere the new original series Suspicion.
LOS ANGELES, August 27: Disney Television Animation has made a number of executive appointments as it seeks to boost the content-development pipeline for the Disney Junior, Disney Channel and Disney XD branded platforms.
LONDON, August 27: After the launch of the animated preschool series Q Pootle 5 in Germany, Snapper Productions has secured a deal that sees WDR mediagroup become the brand’s licensing and merchandising agent in Germany, Austria and Switzerland.
NORTH HOLLYWOOD, August 27: Pilgrim Studios has upped Johnny Gould and Nicholas Caprio to chief creative officer and chief content officer, respectively.
STUDIO CITY, August 27: 44 Blue Productions, which produces nonfiction and unscripted content, has promoted Mark Hamaguchi, Gina Becconsall and PJ Donnelly to various VP roles.
PREMIUM, August 26: AMC Networks’ COO, Ed Carroll, explains to World Screen Newsflash how original series featuring unique storytelling and subject matter are attracting viewers around the world.
ENGLEWOOD, August 26: DISH Network has lost access to 129 local Sinclair Broadcast Group channels, affecting 79 markets across the U.S., and is reigniting its complaint with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) against the group.
EDINBURGH, August 26: British TV writing duo Laurence Marks and Maurice Gran are aligning with Corona TV’s Richard Johns and Rupert Jermyn in a new joint venture, LocomoTV, which has already tied up with FremantleMedia.
NEW YORK, August 26: A limited event series based on Leo Tolstoy's epic novel War and Peace has been slated for a simulcast in the U.S. on Lifetime, A&E Network and HISTORY in January 2016.
NEW YORK, August 26: Charo Santos-Concio, the president and CEO of ABS-CBN Corporation, is serving as the gala chair for the 43rd International Emmy Awards, which will take place on November 23 in New York City.
After a five-year hiatus, the National Geographic Channel documentary series has returned to screens.
LONDON, August 26: BBC Worldwide has announced a pair of new original series that have been greenlit for BBC Earth, Fishing Impossible and What Planet Are You On? (working title).
LONDON, August 26: all3media international has inked worldwide sales with broadcasters across the globe for Eleventh Hour Films’ miniseries thriller Safe House.
LONDON, August 26: The U.K.’s Channel 4 has given the go-ahead to a trio of new commissions, including an animated special based on the children’s book We’re Going on a Bear Hunt and a comedy starring Broadchurch’s Olivia Colman.
EDINBURGH, August 26: Discovery Networks International (DNI) has announced new and returning programming for 2015 and 2016 across the company's factual and lifestyle networks in more than 220 countries.
MILAN, August 26: MTV has confirmed the cast and the start of production for its brand-new reality title MTV Super Shore, the fifth installment in the popular Shore franchise.
HALIFAX, August 26: DHX Media has inked six broadcast deals for the new preschool series Twirlywoos, including an agreement with Lagardère in France for its Gulli and TiJi channels.
ROME, August 26: Italy's De Agostini Editore has secured an output deal that grants the exclusive premiere broadcasting rights for a range of new DreamWorks Animation content to its DeAKids channel.
TORONTO, August 26: Jon Rutherford, the executive VP of distribution and business development, is leaving Tricon Films & Television, which has elevated Karthiga Ratnasabapathy to VP of worldwide sales and acquisitions.