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Jana Bennett, the president of FYI and LMN, discusses the rebranding of BIO as FYI.
MIAMI/BOGOTÁ, July 16: Sony Pictures Television and RCN Television are teaming up to co-produce a teleseries based on the life of Colombian film and TV star Lady Tabares.
ISTANBUL, July 16: Global Agency has placed the drama series 1001 Nights with a broadcaster in Uruguay and in the U.S. Hispanic market.
NEW YORK, July 16: Through telecommunications provider Beltelecom, HISTORY has launched in Belarus, where the channel is now available in nearly 1 million homes.
LONDON, July 16: Zodiak Kids has extended its partnership with Dubai-based children’s channel MBC3, sending an additional 150 hours of content to the Middle East and North Africa.
LOS ANGELES, July 16: Lifetime's original docuseries Little Women: LA, which wraps up its first season with a finale on July 22, has been ordered for a sophomore run.
MIAMI, July 16: Award-winning singer and actress Lucero is set to host Telemundo's new musical competition I Am the Artist (Yo soy el artista), which is slated to premiere in September.
SANTA MONICA, July 16: Game Show Network (GSN) has given the go-ahead to the new traveling game show The Line.
SILVER SPRING, July 16: Discovery Consumer Products has launched, an online retail destination for fans of the Investigation Discovery (ID) channel, who are nicknamed "ID Addicts."
NEW YORK, July 16: The online video service DramaFever has made its first comprehensive deal to bring feature films to its lineup, including indie, action and genre movies.
ABU DHABI, July 16: Yara Awad has been appointed as general manager of Twofour Arabia, taking on oversight for the UAE-based operations.
NEW YORK, July 16: NFL players Larry Fitzgerald and Earl Thomas III are slated to appear at tomorrow’s Kids’ Choice Sports 2014 awards, competing against each other in a bull's-eye target challenge.
HANGZHOU/SANTA MONICA, July 15: Lionsgate has teamed up with Alibaba Group to form Lionsgate Entertainment World (LGEW), a subscription streaming service for mainland China.
LUXEMBOURG, July 15: RTL Group has terminated its joint-venture agreement with the Indian media company Reliance Broadcast Network through which the companies operated the male-skewed action channel BIG RTL Thrill.
ENGLEWOOD, July 15: The U.S. Court of Appeals has upheld a previous ruling to reject Fox Broadcasting Company's efforts to stop DISH subscribers from using two place-shifting features.
LONDON, July 15: Jeremy Dear, previously the senior VP and head of factual at Pioneer Productions, is launching a new production venture, The Ideas Room.
BEVERLY HILLS, July 15: As part of a network rebrand launching in October, Oxygen Media has unveiled a new logo and fresh tagline, Very Real.
Izzet Pinto, the company’s founder and CEO, speaks about the success of Turkish dramas.
UNIVERSAL CITY, July 15: Universal Cable Productions (UCP) has acquired the rights for the Danish drama The Legacy, with a view to develop it into an event series, tapping Doug Liman (Edge of Tomorrow, Mr. & Mrs. Smith) to produce.
LONDON/BURBANK, July 15: Warner Bros. International Television Production has received commissions for the format Adam Looking for Eve, marking the first round of licenses following its acquisition of all of Eyeworks' businesses outside the U.S.
BEVERLY HILLS, July 15: Bravo is building on its Million Dollar Listing franchise with the addition of a San Francisco-based series, which has been greenlit alongside There Goes the Motherhood and Secrets & Wives.
PARIS, July 15: PGS Entertainment has secured international broadcast agreements for the upcoming animated series Super 4, which is based on the Playmobil play-set brand.
NEW YORK/MONTREAL, July 15: Ben Kingsley has been cast in Spike TV's event series Tut, which is headed into production this fall in Morocco and Canada.
MIAMI, July 15: Venevision Productions, a Cisneros Media company, is set to develop a TV show hosted by popular Hispanic radio DJ Enrique Santos.
LONDON, July 15: Dot to Dot Productions has been commissioned to produce Art Ninja, an art-themed factual entertainment show, for CBBC.
TORONTO/LOS ANGELES, July 15: Shaftesbury is set to adapt the young-adult book trilogy Wondrous Strange for television after acquiring the rights to the novels.
LOS ANGELES, July 15: BoPaul Media Worldwide has inked three new deals for its vintage movies with companies in Germany and the U.K.
BURBANK, July 15: ABC Family has appointed Salaam Coleman Smith, former president of Style Media, as the network's new executive VP of strategy and programming.
LOS ANGELES, July 15: Charter Communications has launched the French-language entertainment channel TV5MONDE USA HD in Fort Worth, Texas; Los Angeles, California; and Reno, Nevada.
LONDON, July 15: Nurture Rights and British publisher Egmont Magazines have partnered to produce a magazine based on the children’s picture book Dinosaur Roar!
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