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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.
MUNICH, October 27: Red Arrow International has finalized agreements with broadcasters in Australia, India and Denmark for the comedy game show Billy on the Street, featuring the Emmy Award-winning comedian Billy Eichner.
LOS ANGELES, October 27: Through a new round of deals signed by Electus International, the series Online Dating Rituals of the American Male is making its way to broadcasters in Australia, Finland, Africa and Canada, among other markets.
TORONTO, October 27: 9 Story Media Group has secured multiple sales for the preschool series Guess How Much I Love You: The Adventures of Little Nutbrown Hare, including scoring a slot in the Middle East on JCC.
LONDON, October 27: Recently launched indie producer 7 Wonder is ramping up its executive team, hiring Chris Wilson as its head of popular factual.
SÃO PAULO, October 27: Public Television in Armenia has picked up the rights to the Globo telenovela Trail of Lies.
SYDNEY, October 27: Australia’s ABC TV has scheduled a multiplatform launch for new episodes of its teen-oriented live-action show Nowhere Boys in late November.
LOS ANGELES, October 27: Splash Entertainment has added four new stars to its upcoming animated film Norm of the North, which is due out in theaters in 2016.
A rundown of the activity in the kids’ programming segment from MIP Junior and MIPCOM.
NEW YORK/LONDON, October 24: As part of a wide-ranging partnership between AMC Networks and BBC Worldwide, AMC Networks is acquiring a 49.9 percent stake in BBC America.
SINGAPORE, October 24: The worldwide pay-TV market is expected to generate more than $269 billion by the end of the year, according to ABI Research, with ARPU improved by HD and sporting events.
TORONTO, October 24: shomi, the Canadian subscription video streaming service launched by Rogers Communications and Shaw Communications, has secured a pact with Warner Bros. International Distribution for new and library series as well as feature films.
NEW YORK, October 24: Marking another setback for Aereo, a federal judge has issued a preliminary injunction that officially prohibits the embattled video streaming service from transmitting programs from free-to-air channels over the Internet to its subscribers.
NEW YORK, October 24: Ahead of CASBAA, Avi Himatsinghani, the founder and CEO of Rewind Networks, talks to World Screen Newsflash about the opportunities he’s finding with platforms across the Asia-Pacific region.
TORONTO, October 24: The Book of Negroes, an upcoming event miniseries for CBC and BET, is slated to make its North American premiere at the second annual Canadian International Television Festival (CITF) next month.
PARIS, October 24: On the heels of a successful MIPCOM, Terranoa has secured presales for such titles as By the Light of the Moon and The Siege: Sarajevo 1992-1995.
BRUSSELS, October 24: IMPS is partnering with ODMedia and Expoza to fully digitize 272 episodes of the classic Hanna-Barbera version of The Smurfs, which will be made available on YouTube.
LONDON, October 24: Keshet UK, a division of Keshet International, has made two new senior hires for its creative team in an attempt to boost British production.
HÖHENKIRCHEN/MUNICH, October 24: An animated app game based on the children’s show Mia and me has been launched for iOS, with an Android version due out in about a month.
LOS ANGELES, October 24: Fit For Sport, a healthy lifestyle activities provider, has partnered with Saban Brands' Power Rangers emPOWER pro-social program for the launch of a fitness guide meant to help children get active and eat right.
NEW YORK, October 24: Storyville Entertainment has elevated Caroline Christopher from VP to senior VP of development and production.
HONG KONG, October 24: RTL CBS Asia Entertainment Network operates the channels RTL CBS Entertainment HD and RTL CBS Extreme HD in key markets such as Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, the Philippines and Indonesia.
HONG KONG, October 24: Viacom International Media Networks (VIMN) Asia has a roster of fresh highlights coming to Nickelodeon and Nick Jr.
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