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STOCKHOLM, June 30: Eccho Rights has signed four new European agreements for the entertainment format Eei Eei Oh!, focused on people and their pets.
NEW YORK, June 30: Iconix Entertainment's Pororo the Little Penguin, Chiro and Ta yo the Little Bus are now available in multiple languages on Oznoz, an ad-free online channel for bilingual children in the U.S. and Canada.
LAUSANNE, June 29: All TV and multiplatform broadcast rights in Europe for the four Olympic Games in the 2018–2024 period have been awarded to Discovery Communications, the parent company of Eurosport, in a deal valued at 1.3 billion euros ($1.45 billion).
LONDON, June 29: The total number of paying subscribers for Netflix is expected to reach 69.9 million by the end of this year, with a 57 percent increase in international subs.
SYDNEY, June 29: Foxtel has made a series of changes within its senior management, including Ross Crowley being promoted to a new role in content strategy, rights and negotiations.
BALTIMORE/LOS ANGELES, June 29: The Tornante Company has formed a joint venture with Sinclair Broadcast Group to acquire, create, develop, produce and distribute first-run syndicated programming for the U.S. TV market.
The game-show format is based on an Israeli concept from Ido Rosenblum, July August Productions and Keshet Broadcasting, and is sold around the world by Keshet International.
HONG KONG, June 29: Celestial Tiger Entertainment is planning to launch an OTT channel for its action entertainment brand KIX.
ATLANTA, June 29: Turner Broadcasting and Warner Bros. have signed a multi-series deal that will see nearly 450 half-hours of new original content air on the rebranded Boomerang network.
LONDON, June 29: FOX Sports Latin America has extended its agreement with Formula E for the exclusive media rights for the Formula E Championship live in Latin America, including Brazil, through the 2019–2020 season.
LONDON, June 29: Sky is bolstering its family-friendly entertainment offering with a new dedicated mobile app for children that is scheduled to launch in 2016, and is also soon to appoint its first-ever head of kids' content.
WASHINGTON, D.C., June 29: A new three-year partnership between National Geographic, the New Zealand Antarctic Research Institute (NZARI) and Antarctica New Zealand will see the work of the men and women stationed at Scott Base in Antarctica documented across multiple platforms.
ATLANTA, June 29: Cartoon Network has named Playmates Toys as the global master toy partner for the new version of the hit animated franchise Ben 10.
TORONTO, June 29: 9 Story Media Group has signed a number of sales agreements for nearly 350 half-hours of kids' and family programming with broadcasters in Thailand, Singapore, Taiwan, Hong Kong and Korea.
LONDON, June 29: Scripps Networks UK & EMEA has secured carriage with UPC Poland for Polsat Food Network HD.
LONDON, June 29: CAKE has picked up the international distribution rights outside the U.S. for Ready Jet Go!, a new animated PBS Kids show produced by Wind Dancer Films.
SINGAPORE, June 29: MediaCorp has set up a dedicated digital group to focus on online products and services, to be led by Shane Mitchell.
BURBANK, June 29: Disney Junior has released more than 100 episodes of the series Mickey Mouse Clubhouse on WATCH Disney Junior and the WATCH Disney Junior app.
LOS ANGELES, June 29: VOD service Kabillion has partnered with advertising technology outfit Canoe to implement dynamic ad insertion (DAI) into its programming.
RIO DE JANEIRO, June 26: As part of the events of the 2015 International Academy Day in Rio de Janeiro, World Screen's Anna Carugati moderated a debate between Silvio de Abreu, the head of drama at Globo, and Cláudio Torres, founding partner and director of Conspiração Filmes.
NEW YORK, June 26: AMC Networks has restructured its AMC Studios operation to function as a stand-alone unit, which will be led by Rick Olshansky and Stefan Reinhardt.
LOS ANGELES, June 26: Brian Sullivan, who for the past five years served as the CEO of Sky Deutschland, has been tapped for a newly created post at Fox Networks Group as president of digital.
LOS ANGELES, June 26: Cinedigm Corp. has made a minority investment in Shout! Factory, coming as part of a wide-ranging partnership that will see the relaunch of the OTT digital channel Shout! Factory TV.
UNIVERSAL CITY, June 26: NBC is giving the 1960s-set drama Aquarius, which stars David Duchovny, a second season.
LONDON, June 26: BBC One has lined up a special broadcast for June 28 in which U.S. President Barack Obama interviews Sir David Attenborough at the White House.
DUBAI, June 26: TE Data in Egypt has partnered with streaming platform icflix, giving its customers access to the premium service via any internet-enabled device.
NEW YORK, June 26: AMC has given a straight-to-series order for Broke (working title), with writer/showrunner Clyde Phillips adapting the drama from the Danish series Bankerot.
LOS ANGELES, June 26: Entertainment One (eOne) is expanding its alternative programming division, making a series of executive appointments that includes Mark Herwick tapped as the head of current U.S. alternative programming for the company.
SEATTLE, June 26: Six new animated and live-action kids’ pilots have launched on Amazon in the U.S., the U.K. and Germany.
BEVERLY HILLS, June 26: Netflix has set a worldwide launch date of August 28 for Gaumont International Television's drug-themed original drama Narcos.