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NEW YORK, October 28: In the run-up to the AFM, Nat Abraham, the president of distribution at Breakthrough Entertainment, talks about further growth opportunities for the company.
STOCKHOLM, October 28: Morten Mogensen is transitioning from the role of program director of MTG TV in Denmark to the newly created post of chief content officer for MTG free-TV in Scandinavia.
TORONTO, October 28: The first installment of The Hunger Games franchise is set to air on Canada’s CTV on November 4, ahead of the theatrical release of the film series’ latest chapter.
WASHINGTON, D.C., October 28: Nat Geo WILD is set to premiere its new program Safari Live, a three-month live event debuting as part of the network’s upcoming Big Cat Week.
LOS ANGELES/NEW YORK, October 28: New York Private Bank & Trust (NYPB&T) and Aperture Media Partners have created a new venture that will provide financing for filmed entertainment projects.
LONDON, October 28: The U.K. satellite TV service Freesat is set to launch the dedicated children's on-demand player Hopster on its Freetime offering.
HONG KONG, October 28: E! is working on its first ever original Malaysian miniseries, Facing Up to Fazura, which features Nur Fazura and is set to premiere across Asia in December.
JOHANNESBURG/LOS ANGELES, October 28: Next month's DISCOP Africa is expecting attendance from a record-breaking 45 companies representing French-speaking Africa, according to Basic Lead, the event's organizer.
LOS ANGELES, October 28: Lucha Underground, a Spanish-language wrestling series from Robert Rodriguez, FactoryMade Ventures and Mark Burnett’s United Artists Media Group, has been slated to debut on UniMás in the U.S.
HONG KONG, October 28: PGS Entertainment has reached a pay-TV deal with Turner Broadcasting’s co-viewing family channel Boomerang for The Jungle Bunch to the Rescue!, set to air across Europe and Southeast Asia.
SHERMAN OAKS, October 28: GRB Entertainment has signed on to distribute Six Hours, a documentary focused on Typhoon Yolanda, which devastated the Philippines late last year.
MEXICO CITY, October 28: Mediaset España has picked up the rights in Spain for the musical format Stand Up for Your Country, which is distributed by Televisa Internacional.
SEATTLE, October 28: Amazon has set a November launch date for its first original live-action children’s series, Gortimer Gibbon’s Life on Normal Street, to premiere on Prime Instant Video in the U.S.
MACAU, October 28: The Asia-Pacific Broadcasting Union (ABU) has elected Hikaru Doumoto, the executive VP of NHK, as its new VP and Cho Dae Hyun, the president and CEO of Korea's KBS, as president.
SINGAPORE, October 28: The online TV channel ABS-CBN UAAPsports.tv is using the Brightcove Video Cloud platform to deliver coverage of top local sports leagues across the web, mobile and connected devices.
NEW YORK, October 28: This month sees the U.S. launch of Fun To Learn Peppa Pig Magazine, a bi-monthly magazine from Redan Publishing based on Entertainment One (eOne) Licensing's popular preschool property.
BEVERLY HILLS, October 28: Genius Brands International (GBI) has named Rebecca Hershinger as the company's chief financial officer, while Matthew Kornberg has been elevated to VP of finance.
The TV writer/producer/director talks about his work on such shows as American Horror Story and Glee.
The actor discusses his work on the Netflix hit House of Cards.
LONDON, October 27: Tim Hincks, currently the president of Endemol Group, has been tapped to serve as the president of the new joint venture that brings together Endemol, Shine Group and CORE Media.
In television’s new golden age, studio and network execs are learning new ways of finding, and keeping, top writing talent.
SYDNEY, October 27: According to Free TV Australia, the country's commercial free-to-air broadcasters invested a record A$1.54 billion ($1.36 billion) in Australian content in 2013-14, up 11.6 percent from the previous year.
MONTEREY, October 27: SNL Kagan has revised its retransmission fee projections, now forecasting U.S. station owners' retrans fees to reach $9.3 billion by 2020, versus the previous forecast of $4.9 billion this year.
LONDON, October 27: Endemol Studios is working with Mandeville Films and ABC Studios to adapt the hit British psychological crime drama Wire in the Blood for ABC Television Network in the U.S.
MELBOURNE, October 27: Seven Productions is set to produce two new seasons of A Place to Call Home, a popular Australian drama that originally aired on Seven Network, exclusively for Foxtel.
LONDON, October 27: Channel 4 has a new original political drama coming to its schedule, Coalition, which will see Sherlock's Mark Gatiss portraying Peter Mandelson.
NEW YORK, October 27: Ahead of the AFM, Fernando Szew, founding partner and CEO of MarVista Entertainment, discusses expanding the company’s production of TV series and launching a division dedicated to providing content to digital platforms.
NEW YORK, October 27: Following a busy week of conversations and deal-making at MIPCOM, Izzet Pinto, the founder and CEO of Global Agency, saw several new emerging trends in the format business.
ZAGREB, October 27: The SVOD platform Pickbox.tv, which is available in the countries of former Yugoslavia, has landed a deal with CBS Studios International (CBSSI) for the exclusive streaming rights for Madam Secretary and Extant in the region.
LONDON, October 27: The U.K.’s Channel 5 is set to release its TV Everywhere platform Demand 5 on Amazon Fire TV, making the service available on a wide range of mobile and TV devices.