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LONDON, August 22: BBC Worldwide has sold some 300 hours of programming into China, announced during the fourth annual China Showcase in Beijing.
LONDON, August 22: Discovery Networks International has ordered a slate of new and returning lifestyle programming for release later this year and early 2015.
LONDON, August 22: Sky Vision has sold the series 50 Ways to Kill Your Mammy to broadcasters in Europe, Canada and New Zealand.
SANTA MONICA, August 22: Nickelodeon is set for back-to-back premieres of two new original live-action shows next month, Henry Danger and Nicky, Ricky, Dicky & Dawn.
LONDON, August 22: British network Dave has commissioned a new season of the comedy chat show Alan Davies As Yet Untitled, due out early next year.
Laura García Ortega, the head of international sales and licensing at Nottingham Forest, talks about the popular action comedy series.
SINGAPORE, August 22: The SVOD movie service Disney Movies on Demand is now available for the first time in Singapore through StarHub TV and StarHub TV Anywhere.
BOGOTÁ, August 22: Colombian production company RTI has launched a new premium-content division headed by well-known novela producer Hernán Rodríguez Matte.
SANTA MONICA, August 22: GSN is going for additional seasons of two original series, The Chase and It Takes a Church.
NEW YORK/MONTREAL, August 22: A half dozen additional cast members have been lined up for Muse Entertainment's upcoming event series Tut, which is slated to begin airing on Spike TV next year.
NEW YORK, August 22: Mobile educational platform Speakaboos is beefing up its digital library with new content from Scholastic, The Jim Henson Company and HIT Entertainment.
LUXEMBOURG, August 21: RTL Group reported a sharp decline in first-half profit, impacted by an impairment of 88 million euros ($116.8 million) as a consequence of the new advertising taxes implemented in Hungary.
LONDON, August 21: The U.K.'s Channel 4 has invested in Arrow Media, Lightbox, Popkorn and True North from its £20 million ($33.2 million) Growth Fund.
NEW YORK, August 21: Jane Millichip, the managing director of Sky Vision, tells World Screen Newsflash about the expanding opportunities she sees for the company in the international market.
BUENOS AIRES, August 21: According to local media, Grupo Clarín informed the Argentinean Stock Exchange that it will sell a total of seven pay-TV channels, including TyC Sports, to the U.S. investment fund 34 South Media in a deal worth around $31 million.
LOS ANGELES, August 21: Tom Lesinski, formerly the president of digital content and distribution at Legendary, has formed his own production company, Energi Entertainment, and has already signed a first-look deal with Legendary Television and Digital Media.
The company has been expanding its business lines to become a global VOD, pay-TV and feature film distributor.
LONDON, August 21: Discovery Networks International has commissioned four new factual titles, including a new series from survival expert Bear Grylls.
MEDIACOM PARK/BRISTOL, August 21: Mediacom Communications Corporation and The Walt Disney Company have renewed their distribution agreement, which now includes a full suite of authenticated TV Everywhere services, including WATCH Disney Channel.
MELBOURNE, August 21: Fred Media's The Wild Life of Tim Faulkner has been ordered for another season by Australia's Nine Network.
TEL AVIV, August 21: The Russian public broadcaster 360TV has licensed the factual format The Package from Armoza Formats, which has also relicensed the title in Greece for a tenth season.
LONDON, August 21: UKTV has ordered the variety show World's Most Talented from Renegade Pictures for broadcast on Watch in 2015.
MIAMI, August 21: Carlos Bardasano, who formerly led programming and content at Univision Communications’ UniMás broadcast network, has been appointed VP of original content for the Univision networks.
AUCKLAND, August 21: Coliseum Sports Media has launched in Taiwan, bringing with it the online platform PremierLeaguePass.com, which delivers action from the Barclays Premier League.
ULTIMO, August 21: ABC Commercial has inked SVOD agreements with Hulu and Netflix for The Adventures of Figaro Pho, Bess of Both Worlds and Stop at Nothing: The Lance Armstrong Story.
LONDON, August 21: Twofour Group, formerly Boom Pictures, has made a series of promotions and executive appointments as part of its growth plan.
LONDON, August 21: ITV Studios Global Entertainment (ITVS GE) has hired Steve Green for the newly created post of executive VP of kids' content and distribution.
OTTAWA, August 21: Publishing company Mercury Inpress has partnered with licensor Mind Candy to deliver a series of next-generation coloring and activity books based on the popular Moshi Monsters online brand.
LONDON, August 20: Global TV advertising expenditure is expected to reach $236 billion in 2020, up by 38 percent from last year, thanks to spending on the World Cup and economic improvements in much of Europe, according to Digital TV Research.
NEW YORK, August 20: Al Jazeera America has rejected the claims filed by Al Gore and Joel Hyatt earlier this week regarding money owed from the sale of Current TV, calling the allegations "blatantly false."