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LOS ANGELES, July 14: Pivot has two new shows coming to its schedule in October, Welcome to Fairfax and Freestyle Love Supreme, in addition to greenlighting an original docuseries, The Operatives, and a third season of the Josh Thomas comedy Please Like Me.
LONDON, July 14: BBC Worldwide is getting a first look at productions from Cuba Pictures, which is part of the Curtis Brown Group.
LONDON, July 14: The two latest series from Gordon Ramsay, Costa Del Nightmares and Gordon Ramsay’s Ultimate Home Cooking, have been picked up in 140 territories around the world, including sales to broadcasters such as Discovery and Foxtel.
TORONTO, July 14: ZM Capital and Neil Court, former DHX Media principal and Decode Entertainment co-founder, have made an equity investment in 9 Story.
LOS ANGELES, July 14: SundanceTV is scheduled to premiere the first half of One Child, an original scripted miniseries, the day after Thanksgiving 2014.
LONDON, July 14: Amazon is set to boost its kids’ content offerings in the U.K. after a set of deals with leading distributors that will add thousands of episodes of children’s series to its Prime Instant Video streaming service.
LONDON, July 14: Several broadcasters throughout Europe and Asia have picked up the David Attenborough series Micro Monsters, which originally aired on the U.K.'s Sky 1.
HONG KONG, July 14: Indonesian broadcaster Vision 2 has licensed the Turkish drama series Karadayi from Eccho Rights.
LOS ANGELES, July 14: Indie producer Intrigue is set to develop a U.S. version of the Chilean crime comedy Pushovers after acquiring that series’ format rights.
TORONTO, July 14: Ruby Skye P.I.: The Maltese Puppy, the third installment of the popular web series about a teen detective, has launched on Kids' CBC.
LONDON, July 14: Scripps Networks International (SNI) has revealed that Fine Living is now available on Romtelecom, a top TV platform in Romania.
MIAMI, July 14: The Telemundo Studios production Part of Me (En otra piel) is airing on Israel’s Viva Channel, where it replaced another Telemundo novela in the prime-time slot.
HALIFAX/LOS ANGELES/LONDON, July 14: DHX Media has added more brand partners in Australia for its preschool series In the Night Garden, sealing deals with ABC Commercial and The Fusion Agency.
SANTA MONICA, July 14: Seasoned TV exec Amy Thurlow has been appointed as the COO and CFO of dick clark productions.
LONDON, July 14: Dominic Coles, the director of operations for the BBC, has been lined up to become the COO and CFO of Discovery Networks Western Europe in the fall.
TEL AVIV, July 14: Karina Dolgiej has been hired for the newly created post of sales manager for Latin America at Keshet International (KI).
HÖHENKIRCHEN/MUNICH, July 14: License Connection has been chosen by m4e to represent the book-based preschool property Tip the Mouse in the Benelux territories.
STRASBOURG, July 11: A new report from the European Audiovisual Observatory has revealed that as of February, there are 3,088 on-demand services established in the E.U. and listed in the MAVISE database, most of which originate from the U.K.
The lead judge on Top Chef talks about the hit U.S. cooking format that has also been garnering high ratings around the globe.
The CEO of Astro discusses the distribution platform, which reaches 52 percent of the Malaysian population.
AMSTERDAM, July 11: According to a new global survey from Irdeto, 70 percent of U.S. consumers and 72 percent of U.K. respondents say they are unlikely to watch pirated content, while the majority of those in the Asia Pacific are open to it.
NEW YORK, July 11: In June, ABC's Rising Star was the most-buzzed-about show in social media, with some 137,000 tweets, according to new data from The WIT.
NEW YORK, July 11: HBO has lined up the miniseries Olive Kitteridge, starring Frances McDormand and Richard Jenkins, along with a movie adaptation of Master Class featuring Meryl Streep, a biopic of the legendary blues singer Bessie Smith with Queen Latifah, and a number of other concert and series highlights.
BEVERLY HILLS, July 11: El Rey Network, the channel founded by filmmaker Robert Rodriguez, has given a second-season renewal to its new series Matador, while also picking up the rights to classic cop show Miami Vice, among other programming highlights.
SANTA MONICA/VANCOUVER, July 11: Lionsgate has picked up the electronic sell-through, VOD, SVOD, pay-per-view and TV distribution rights in the U.S. for the faith-based movie God's Not Dead from Pure Flix Entertainment.
ATLANTA, July 11: truTV has given the go-ahead to the new series Branson Famous (working title), Hack My Life, Kart Life and The Shake Up, and is also refreshing its logo as part of an ongoing brand evolution.
Arik Kerman, the executive VP of programming and new media at BabyFirst, speaks about the commercial-free network for babies.
LONDON, July 11: British indie Cineflix Rights has sold more than 250 hours of content to broadcasters around the world, including several crime titles.
SEOUL, July 11: Later this summer, the CJ E&M entertainment channel tvN is slated to begin airing Friends Over Flowers, a new variety show that follows on the success of Grandpas Over Flowers and Sisters Over Flowers.
HOUSTON/LAGOS/JOHANNESBURG, July 11: African online TV service PanaTV has acquired the exclusive SVOD rights to stream the Nigerian drama Half of a Yellow Sun in the U.K., and the non-exclusive rights for the movie in the U.S.