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NEW YORK, November 21: After losing its Supreme Court battle last June, the video streaming service Aereo has filed for Chapter 11 reorganization proceedings.
SHANGHAI, November 21: The Walt Disney Company and Shanghai Media Group (SMG) are expanding their long-term strategic relationship to include television content development, movie co-production, content distribution and cooperation in marketing initiatives.
ENGLEWOOD/ATLANTA, November 21: Turner Broadcasting's CNN, Cartoon Network and truTV, among other channels, are back on DTH platform DISH Network after being pulled from the service last month.
NEW YORK, November 21: SundanceTV's Sarah Barnett has been named president and general manager of BBC America, with current chief Perry Simon moving into an exclusive production deal with BBC Worldwide North America.
TORONTO, November 21: Bell Media has ramped up the comedy offerings on its SVOD service launching later this year, announcing an exclusive Canadian streaming pact for Seinfeld.
The company’s managing director shares his view of what buyers are looking for nowadays in the marketplace.
SINGAPORE, November 21: Asia TV Forum has added another Chinese media heavyweight to its lineup for this December, with James Zhonglei Wang, the president of film and TV producer Huayi Brothers Media Corporation, set to deliver the opening keynote.
CANCUN, November 21: The first-ever MIPCancun Latam TV Buyers Summit has wrapped, with 40 buyers from across the region in attendance for one-on-one meetings with distributors.
JOHANNESBURG, November 21: Coming to Discovery Channel in the U.S. and around the world in 2015 is the two-hour special To Be King, a doc, 16 years in the making, about South Africa's Mapogo lion pride.
SINGAPORE, November 21: Leslie Lee, executive director of programming, branded media and content at The Walt Disney Company in Southeast Asia, tells World Screen Newsflash about some of the things he'll be looking for at this year's ATF Animation Lab, a pitching event taking place at the Asia TV Forum in Singapore in December.
LONDON, November 21: Nutopia has teamed up with TV presenter Bear Grylls' production company BGV for the tentatively titled Britain’s Biggest Adventures, a new series for ITV.
ATHENS, November 21: The University of Georgia has issued a call for entries for the 74th George Foster Peabody Awards, with the program seeking to attract more submissions from the children’s, international and digital fields.
LOS ANGELES, November 21: This winter, FOX is scheduled to debut World's Funniest Fails, a tentatively titled unscripted comedy inspired by the successful YouTube channel FailArmy, among other new and returning programming.
NEW YORK, November 21: Early next year, TLC is slated to begin airing Love, Lust or Run, a fashion reality show led by style expert and network alum Stacy London (What Not to Wear).
SILVER SPRING, November 21: Aspiring entrepreneurs will be able to pitch their product inventions in a new Science Channel series, All-American Makers, scheduled to debut in January.
VANCOUVER, November 21: JAKKS Pacific, which currently serves as the global toy licensing partner for Slugterra, has renewed its contract with Nerd Corps Entertainment for the popular boys' brand.
LOS ANGELES, November 21: Showtime has scheduled its AIDS documentary The Last One to debut December 1.
NEW YORK, November 21: CBS Consumer Products and Desilu, too—which manages the estates of Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz—have teamed up for the launch of the first official online retail destination dedicated to the hit sitcom I Love Lucy.
SILVER SPRING, November 21: Investigation Discovery is set to premiere the new crime series Murder Book, produced for the network by LMNO, on December 2.
LONDON, November 21: English actress Natalie Dormer, known for her roles in Game of Thrones and the latest Hunger Games movie, has joined the cast of the BBC Two factual drama The Woman in Red.
SEATTLE, November 21: The first six episodes of Gortimer Gibbon's Life on Normal Street, Amazon's first original live-action show for children, are now available on Prime Instant Video in the U.S.
SINGAPORE, November 21: Production company activeTV has upped Paulo Vivan to creative director for Asia, replacing exiting director Brad Cox.
HONG KONG/SINGAPORE, November 20: China will overtake Japan as the Asia Pacific's largest ad market in 2016, Media Partners Asia (MPA) projects in its latest report, which estimates that net advertising revenues in the region will rise 5 percent this year to top $121 billion.
LONDON, November 20: The BBC has unveiled 43.5 hours of new drama commissions, including the return of Luther and Jane Campion's Top of the Lake, with the pubcaster's director-general, Tony Hall, saying the genre "is in the lifeblood of this country and in the DNA of the BBC too."
BEVERLY HILLS, November 20: Longmire, dropped by A&E after three seasons, has been resurrected by Netflix, which ordered ten new episodes for its platforms in the U.S., Canada, Australia and New Zealand in 2015.
NEW YORK, November 20: For the 13th year in a row, World Screen has produced The International Emmy Almanac for the International Academy of Television Arts & Sciences.
TORONTO, November 20: Canadian SVOD service shomi has licensed a slate of features from The Walt Disney Studios as well as shows from ABC, ABC Family and ABC Studios.
The seasoned actor and his son discuss the upcoming comedy series that they co-created and star in.
ARLINGTON, November 20: PBS's winter/spring season will include an expanded Sunday night drama lineup in 2015 with 20 new Masterpiece hours, including Grantchester, Wolf Hall, Poldark, Indian Summers and a new season of Mr Selfridge.
HALIFAX/LOS ANGELES/LONDON, November 20: DHX Media has picked up the rights for a library of family-friendly shows, movies and TV specials from Echo Bridge Entertainment and its subsidiaries.