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SYDNEY, November 19: Australia’s Network Ten has unveiled its programming plans for 2016, featuring a lineup of new and returning local and international titles for multiplatform delivery.
TORONTO, November 19: W Network has commissioned The Bachelorette Canada, marking the first-ever Canadian version of the popular franchise.
MUMBAI, November 19: The India-based TV-content sales agency GoQuest Media Ventures has licensed the Turkish crime drama series Ezel into Nigeria.
BURBANK, November 19: ABC Family has added to the slate of originals that will premiere under its new Freeform rebranding in 2016 with a straight-to-series order for Dead of Summer, a horror series set at a summer camp in the late '80s.
ATLANTA, November 19: As truTV marks the one-year anniversary of its "Way More Fun" brand refresh, the channel has ordered three new prime-time series while renewing two fan favorites and announcing the development of a pair of unscripted shows.
HALIFAX, November 19: DHX Media has signed seven broadcast and VOD distribution agreements around the world for the animated comedy series Endangered Species.
LONDON, November 19: The factual-entertainment format White Collar Brawlers has been commissioned for a local adaptation on Sky Italia's free-to-air channel Cielo.
LONDON, November 19: TCB Media Rights has sold more than 80 hours of factual and factual-entertainment content into Australia and New Zealand.
LONDON, November 19: BBC Worldwide and CBBC have launched ANIM8, the channel's first animation pilot scheme providing an open call that gives U.K. innovators the opportunity to pitch for funded development.
SANTA MONICA, November 19: GSN has given the go-ahead to 40 episodes of Winsanity, a new original game show that will be presented by actor and comedian Donald Faison (Scrubs).
LONDON, November 19: Brand Licensing Europe (BLE) 2015 registered its biggest numbers yet, with 19 percent more retailers attending compared to last year.
DUBLIN/LONDON, November 19: UKTV has picked up two prime-time factual series from RTÉ Global, The High Hopes Choir and Rachel Allen’s Coastal Cooking.
LOS ANGELES, November 19: Lawless Entertainment has partnered with d-rights to bring the animated series Nutri Ventures: The Quest for the 7 Kingdoms into the pan-Asian territory.
MUMBAI, November 19: Channel NewsAsia International has begun broadcasting in India on DTH platform Tata Sky.
LONDON, November 19: Kudos has hired Phil Temple, who joins the company from Carnival Films, as executive producer.
TORONTO, November 19: Blue Ant Media has added to its management team and realigned internal leadership roles.
LONDON, November 18: The BBC is looking to cut £150 million ($228 million) in costs, with plans to reduce its TV sports rights budget by £35 million ($53 million).
LONDON, November 18: The number of global SVOD homes is forecast to reach 306 million across 200 countries by 2020, a sharp increase from the 28 million reported in 2010, according to a new report from Digital TV Research.
LONDON, November 18: The newly unveiled Sky Q home entertainment system is promising a "fluid viewing" experience, allowing users to watch live channels, recordings and on-demand content in any room on a TV or tablet.
NEW YORK, November 18: For the 14th year in a row, World Screen has produced International Emmy for the International Academy of Television Arts & Sciences.
NEW YORK, November 18: Univision NOW is a brand-new direct-to-consumer service that allows viewers to watch live or catch-up broadcasts from the Univision and UniMás networks.
LONDON, November 18: Harry Potter producer David Heyman has aligned with NBCUniversal International Studios to create Heyday Television.
SAN JOSE, November 18: Tom Rogers is exiting his CEO post at TiVo after nearly 11 years, though he will continue as a non-executive chairman of the board of directors.
STOCKHOLM, November 18: Ericsson’s first end-to-end SVOD content service, NuVu, is set to launch in early 2016 with Airtel Nigeria as a partner.
TOKYO, November 18: Star Channel has secured a new exclusive content deal with HBO that covers such titles as the upcoming season of Game of Thrones.
LONDON, November 18: YouTube Kids has rolled out in the U.K. and Ireland, on the heels of its strong performance in the U.S.
NEW YORK, November 18: Smithsonian Networks has introduced a new SVOD service, Smithsonian Earth, featuring original nature and wildlife content.
NEW YORK, November 18: Syfy has ordered 13-episode new seasons of the popular supernatural unscripted series Ghost Hunters and Paranormal Witness.
SILVER SPRING, November 18: Discovery Communications has launched a new global initiative focused on species conservation tied to the upcoming Discovery Channel documentary Racing Extinction.
Rafe Oller, the general manager, and Tim Krubsack, the executive VP and head of programming, talk about the rebranded channel.