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SYDNEY, March 19: Rory Callaghan, the executive director of Shine Australia, is to join the Screentime Group as CEO, with Bob Campbell appointed as the company's executive chairman.
MEXICO CITY, March 19: The 24-hour telenovela channel Romanza+Africa has launched in Kenya, where it will air on the Bamba TV digital television service.
BURBANK, March 19: Former Sony Pictures Television exec Ron Garfield has been tapped to head BUZZR TV, FremantleMedia North America’s new digital multicast channel.
MIAMI, March 19: Cisneros Studios has begun production on Roxanna, a new variety show hosted by Mexican comedian and actress Roxanna Castellanos.
TORONTO, March 19: Tricon Films & Television has acquired six new factual titles from Steve Rotfeld Productions (SRP), including the travel show Awesome Adventures and the sports series World's Most Dangerous Sports Events.
ENGLEWOOD, March 19: The upcoming Starz ballet drama Flesh and Bone is due to premiere at next month’s MIPTV.
SINGAPORE, March 19: Viacom International Media Networks (VIMN) has elevated seasoned TV exec Syahrizan Mansor to VP of Nickelodeon in Asia, effective immediately.
LONDON, March 19: Entertainment One (eOne) Licensing has lined up Plus Licens AB and Mondo TV as new licensing partners for its popular preschool brand Peppa Pig in Eastern Europe.
The head of the BBC’s Natural History Unit shares upcoming project highlights and more.
LONDON, March 18: The U.K. government is enhancing the tax credits offered for TV and film, along with expanding support for the video game industry, in a series of measures announced as part of its annual budget statement.
LONDON, March 18: The Royal Television Society (RTS) has announced the winners of its 2013-14 RTS Programme Awards, with 18 nods going out to the BBC, including three honors for BBC Three, which is facing closure.
MELBOURNE, March 18: Presto TV becomes the exclusive Australian SVOD home for the hit sitcom Modern Family as part of a content agreement with 20th Century Fox, which also includes series such as Homeland and The X-Files.
MUNICH, March 18: Amazon has ordered a second season of the crime series Bosch, which broke records with the biggest debut weekend ever for an Amazon original series when it premiered just a month ago.
NEW YORK, March 18: TVLatina.tv’s Preview for Canitec provides you with a wide variety of services, among them a video interview with Carlos Martínez, the president of FOX International Channels (FIC) Latin America; a report titled Mexican Power, about the major media companies in Mexico; interviews; resources such as a directory of hotels and restaurants; plus more.
LONDON, March 18: Jens Richter, the CEO of FremantleMedia International (FMI), has put in place a new structure for the company's senior management team, in an effort to strengthen central operations and finance functions and increase sales focus in emerging markets.
LOS ANGELES, March 18: U.S. network Pop has ordered a second season of Schitt's Creek, a comedy series starring Eugene and Daniel Levy, Catherine O'Hara, Chris Elliott and Annie Murphy.
ATLANTA, March 18: Upcoming U.S. comedy network LAFF has signed film agreements with Sony Pictures Television, The Walt Disney Studios and Miramax, securing the TV rights for more than 250 feature films.
BURBANK, March 18: Disney Junior has added to its lineup Muppet Moments, a short-form series starring the Muppets, meant for children between the ages of 2 and 7.
LONDON, March 18: Veteran TV executives Pat Younge, Narinder Minhas and Lucy Pilkington have come together to launch Sugar Films, billed as a 360-degree media company.
MUNICH, March 18: Ahead of this year's MIPTV, Global Screen has sold the scripted TV movie Naked Among Wolves to broadcasters in France, Benelux, Poland, Lithuania and Austria.
ISTANBUL, March 18: Next month, Global Agency is planning to launch its new singing competition Stairway to Fame at MIPTV.
NEW YORK, March 18: Yu-Gi-Oh! ARC-V, the latest installment of the popular children’s franchise, will be airing in Germany and German-speaking Austria this month on ProSieben MAXX’s YEP! branded block.
LONDON, March 18: BT Sport’s chat show The Clare Balding Show is now set to also air on BBC Two following an agreement between both U.K. networks.
NEW YORK, March 18: Viacom International Media Networks (VIMN) and Televisa have closed a deal for 496 hours of Nickelodeon content.
SINGAPORE, March 18: Bomanbridge Media has inked a deal with ER Productions/Paradiso TV to exclusively represent the animated series Musti in all of Asia.
LONDON, March 17: The number of digital TV households in Latin America is forecast to double by 2020, despite slowing economic growth.
BETHPAGE, March 17: Cablevision and HBO have entered into a partnership to make the stand-alone streaming service HBO NOW available to Optimum Online customers via the internet.
LONDON, March 17: Sky has invested a further $5 million in the OTT startup 1Mainstream, which operates an automated platform for the distribution of linear and on-demand video to a wide range of internet-connected devices.
LOS ANGELES, March 17: Endemol Shine North America has put in place its new executive management team, including Ben Samek as COO and Eden Gaha as president of unscripted television at Endemol Shine USA.
The actress from the long-running drama discusses her character and her directing debut.