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BERLIN, January 27: Studio.TV.Film has promoted Milena Maitz as managing director, joining Albert Schäfer, who has been MD since July 2000.
TRIVANDRUM, January 27: Indian animation company Toonz Entertainment is set to open a subsidiary office in Auckland as part of a bid to expand its presence in New Zealand and Australia.
NEW YORK, January 27: Leftfield Entertainment has hired Adam Sher, who most recently served as CEO of Ryan Seacrest Productions, as its first chief creative officer.
COLOGNE, January 27: WDR mediagroup has brought on two new team members for its content division, Nicole Offergeld and Julia Jaensch.
TORONTO, January 27: Annedroids, a science-based children's series originally produced for Amazon Instant Video, has landed in Latin America and Norway.
HOLLYWOOD, January 27: The Jim Henson Company's HIP (Henson Independent Properties) has signed new broadcast and digital licensing agreements for the preschool program Lily's Driftwood Bay.
MADRID, January 27: Spain’s Boomerang TV Group has restructured its entertainment division, naming two new appointments in an effort to boost the unit so it can take on new projects.
LOS ANGELES, January 27: David Pritikin, a seasoned television producer and network exec, has been hired by Anonymous Content to oversee the company's newly created unscripted TV content arm.
LOS ANGELES, January 26: Netflix scored wins in three categories, the most of any network, at the 21st annual Screen Actors Guild (SAG) Awards last night.
The Homeland showrunner takes us behind the scenes for a look at the inside workings of the series’ writers’ room.
The managing director of Starz discusses the company’s approach to finding the most compelling drama concepts.
A look at the latest developments in the U.K.’s children’s content market.
LONDON, January 26: BBC has launched BBC Taster, a digital idea hub intended to develop new talent and content across the company’s platforms.
STOCKHOLM, January 26: Cathrine Wiernik, who currently serves as the head of acquisitions and formats at TV4 Group, has been tapped for the role of director of programs for acquisitions and formats, local production and drama.
NEW YORK, January 26: The National Football League (NFL) has partnered with YouTube on an official digital channel hosting a weekly programming schedule of NFL content.
NEW YORK, January 26: Harry Gamsu, Red Arrow International’s VP of format acquisitions and sales, talks about the social experiment formats that the company represents.
LONDON/NEW YORK, January 26: The hit docu-reality series Cake Boss is getting two new seasons in 2015 and 2016 thanks to a production partnership between TLC and Discovery Networks International.
LONDON, January 26: Seasons one and two of the international drama series Crossing Lines, distributed by Tandem, are set to broadcast on the Alibi channel in the U.K.
LONDON, January 26: ITV Studios Global Entertainment (ITVS GE) has licensed the I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here! format in two new territories: Denmark and Romania.
LONDON, January 26: CBS AMC Networks EMEA Channels Partnership, a joint venture between AMC Networks International – Zone and CBS Studios International, have made a number of new drama acquisitions for its CBS channels across Europe, the Middle East and Africa, picking up 234 hours of programming.
LONDON, January 26: Passion Distribution has signed a first-look agreement with TiFiNi, a production company based in Cardiff.
PARK CITY, January 26: Sundance Channel Global has picked up five films from the 2015 Sundance Film Festival, with the five indie features set to air across various international territories.
EL SEGUNDO, January 26: Mattel chairman and CEO Bryan G. Stockton has left the company, with the toymaker appointing longtime board member Christopher A. Sinclair to fill the interim roles.
LOS ANGELES/SÃO PAULO, January 26: CBS Studios International and Brazil's SBT have renewed their format licensing deal for Wheel of Fortune, which is returning for a tenth season in the country later this year.
TORONTO, January 26: 9 Story Media Group has sold more than 300 episodes from its catalogue to free-TV networks across Latin America.
MADRID, January 26: More Spanish companies attended this year’s NATPE than in 2014, according to Audiovisual from Spain, the umbrella brand for film and TV outfits from the Iberian country.
LOS ANGELES, January 26: BoPaul Media Worldwide (BMW) has signed agreements for four titles from its catalogue, which currently contains more than 2,000 hours of content.
MUNICH, January 26: Atresmedia Televisión in Spain has picked up the rights for Married at First Sight, a reality format from the Red Arrow International catalogue.
LONDON, January 26: The LEGO Group has partnered with Warner Bros. Consumer Products (WBCP) to develop a line of LEGO building sets based on the classic animated franchise Scooby-Doo.
LONDON, January 26: A+E Networks UK has elevated Heather Jones to general manager for the U.K., effective February 1.