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CANAL+ Group’s chairman talks about the impact the company has had on the French media industry.
The star of the digital series Blue discusses the creative freedom she has encountered working for the web.
LONDON, November 17: Following the launch of a £20 million ($31 million) Growth Fund at the beginning of this year, Channel 4 has made its fifth investment in an independent production company, taking a minority stake in Eleven Film.
STOCKHOLM, November 17: FOX International Channels (FIC) in Sweden has inked a deal with CBS Studios International covering the rights to a range of titles, including Madam Secretary and Scorpion.
NEW YORK, November 17: In this video interview, which is available with subtitles in Spanish, Mandarin and French, restaurateur and TV personality Joe Bastianich talks to World Screen Newsflash about MasterChef, MasterChef Junior and Restaurant Startup.
PARIS, November 17: TF1 and YouTube have announced a settlement of their year-long legal dispute over the French broadcaster's content being illegally posted to the video-sharing site.
LONDON, November 17: ITV has commissioned a six-part crime-drama, The Frankenstein Chronicles, starring Sean Bean, from Rainmark Films, with international representation to be handled by Endemol Worldwide Distribution.
NEW YORK, November 17: Smithsonian Channel is set to air later this month the hour-long special How to Clone a Woolly Mammoth, which reveals the autopsy results of a 40,000-year-old woolly mammoth.
NEW YORK, November 17: AMC Networks' WE tv has unveiled a campaign to encourage viewers to watch the channel's shows within three days of the premiere date, offering up weekly prizes and one grand-prize drawing.
LONDON, November 17: Gordon Ramsay's daughter Matilda Ramsay is set to star in her own cooking show on CBBC in 2015, produced by all3media's One Potato Two Potato.
TORONTO, November 17: Next month, CTV and CTV Two are slated to simulcast Corner Gas: The Movie, a film based on the hit Canadian comedy series that aired from 2004 to 2009.
WARSAW/NEW YORK, November 17: The FilmBox Premium channel in the Czech Republic and Slovakia—rebranding from FilmBox Extra this December—has licensed a host of theatrical features from NBCUniversal.
LONDON, November 17: Cartoon Network has begun rolling out a new multiplatform campaign aimed at raising awareness and encouraging children to stand up to bullying in Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA).
LONDON, November 17: Scripps Networks UK and EMEA has launched the Travel Channel on Macedonian cable provider blizoo.
LOS ANGELES, November 17: TVGN will officially become Pop on January 14 with a new on-air look and a programming lineup that includes Rock this Boat: New Kids on the Block.
WEST PALM BEACH, November 17: ION Television has set a February release date for its new original movie, the romance Meet My Valentine, produced by MarVista Entertainment.
LONDON, November 17: Turner Broadcasting has picked up the U.K. pay-TV rights for Toot the Tiny Tugboat, an animated series from the Twofour Rights catalogue, for broadcast on Cartoonito in early 2015.
BURBANK, November 17: In honor of Mickey Mouse's birthday tomorrow, Disney Channel is set to air a new episode of its Emmy-winning Mickey Mouse cartoons as well as a birthday-themed episode of Mickey Mouse Clubhouse, among other programming.
SAN FRANCISCO, November 14: A number of content providers, network operators, content delivery networks and technology platforms have come together to create the Streaming Video Alliance, among them Fox Networks Group, Liberty Global, Yahoo! and Telecom Italia.
TORONTO, November 14: The Canadian SVOD service shomi has entered into a partnership with CBS Studios International (CBSSI) for a range of titles, including Jane the Virgin.
LONDON, November 14: The ITV Studios crime drama Midwinter of the Spirit, based on the books from novelist Phil Rickman, marks the first commission for ITV Encore.
LONDON, November 14: UKTV has added five scripted comedies to its slate of new shows coming to Gold in 2015.
NEW YORK, November 14: In this video interview, Cookie Monster tells World Screen's Anna Carugati about The Furchester Hotel, while Terry Fitzpatrick, the chief content and distribution officer at Sesame Workshop, talks about the enduring appeal of the company’s brands.
BEVERLY HILLS, November 14: The second season of the Endemol drama The Fall, starring Gillian Anderson and Jamie Dornan, is set to debut on Netflix in the U.S. and Latin America early next year.
PARIS, November 14: Nat Geo People has picked up the observational documentary series 4 Babies a Second, set in maternity wards on different continents, from Zodiak Rights.
MIAMI, November 14: Viacom International Media Networks (VIMN) has launched its 24-hour film network Paramount Channel across Latin America, available to 14 million pay-TV households in standard and high definition.
HALIFAX/LOS ANGELES/LONDON, November 14: DHX Brands has signed an agreement with Egmont Publishing for the international rights to produce a variety of kids' books and magazines inspired by the new version of the Teletubbies series.
LONDON, November 14: The U.K.’s Channel 4 has ordered a new series chronicling British workers who take on the dangerous task of deep-sea fishing, to be produced by Blast! Films using a fixed-rig camera.
LONDON, November 14: Entertainment One (eOne) Licensing has appointed new licensing agents for the hit preschool property Peppa Pig in German-speaking territories.
MIAMI/NEW YORK, November 14: Pierluigi Gazzolo, the COO of Viacom International Media Networks (VIMN) and interim managing director for Americas since July, has been named president of the company’s Americas division.