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LUXEMBOURG, May 16: RTL Group's operating profits (EBITA) grew 8.4 percent over Q1 2012, reaching 207 million euros ($267 million), on revenues that were relatively flat.
SEATTLE, May 16: Amazon.com has signed a licensing deal with NBCUniversal Cable & New Media Distribution that brings to its catalogue prior seasons of shows such as Grimm, Suits, Covert Affairs, Hannibal and Defiance for instant streaming.
NEW YORK, May 16: USA Network has greenlit its first original half-hour comedies, including a series order for Denis Leary's Sirens, alongside unveiling an original drama development slate that includes projects from Gale Anne Hurd, John Legend and others.
LONDON, May 16: Pomodoro Stories has licensed the rights to adapt the drama Prisoners of War in Colombia and Mexico from Keshet International, which also granted the company the remake rights for the comedy Polishuk in Argentina, Colombia and Mexico.
LONDON, May 16: ITV has placed Sir Peter Bazalgette, formerly the chief creative officer at Endemol, on the board at the broadcaster as its non-executive director.
CULVER CITY, May 16: Sony Pictures Entertainment has scored the exclusive worldwide distribution rights for the highly anticipated Angry Birds animated movie, which is being developed by Rovio Entertainment in 3D.
LONDON, May 16: ITV Studios Global Entertainment has confirmed that the recently commissioned second season of Rectify will premiere on all Sundance Channel Global networks throughout Asia and Europe.
LONDON, May 16: BBC Two's new lineup includes a number of scripted and unscripted titles focused on the Cold War and its effects on Britain.
LONDON, May 16: ITN Productions is working on a fast-turnaround documentary for Channel 5 about the three young women who were recently found after being imprisoned for more than a decade in Cleveland, Ohio.
SINGAPORE, May 16: AETN All Asia Networks is bringing Lifetime and H2 to Southeast Asia as of June.
LONDON, May 16: In the new 6x1-hour series Undo Me, produced by Remarkable Television for Channel 4, Katie Piper will help people who have come to regret the lengths they've gone to in pursuit of beauty.
BURBANK, May 16: Baby Daddy's Melissa Peterman is the host of the all-new ABC Family reality dance show Dancing Fools, which features user-generated videos of dances caught on camera.
LONDON, May 16: Power has sold four drama titles, including Air Force One is Down, to Universal Networks in a pan-Latin America deal.
LONDON, May 16: As part of its plan to deliver 100 hours of original programming to BBC-branded channels by 2014, BBC Worldwide has commissioned the tentatively titled Really Cool Stuff, a factual-entertainment format from 360Production.
LOS ANGELES, May 16: CBS Consumer Products and Warner Bros. Consumer Products have teamed up for a series of co-branded products featuring The Big Bang Theory and Star Trek.
LOS ANGELES, May 16: Evolution has been selected as the worldwide licensing agent for Metro Trains' Dumb Ways to Die, a YouTube and social-media hit that originated as a public service campaign to promote rail safety in Melbourne, Australia.
MIAMI, May 16: Thomas & Friends, which currently airs in U.S. syndication on the weekends, is moving to a weekday time slot on PBS Kids starting October 7.
MOSCOW, May 16: Panini Group has agreed to launch sticker albums in Russia and Ukraine for Masha and The Bear, an animated preschool program produced and owned by Animaccord Animation Studios.
LOS ANGELES, May 16: Eli Lehrer, who has been serving as the VP of development for Bravo Media, is headed to Lifetime Networks, taking on the role of senior VP and head of nonfiction development.
NEW YORK, May 15: Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., slated for ABC's fall schedule, is generating significant conversation in social media, according to Networked Insights, which is offering up its projected hits and misses for the upcoming season.
BURBANK, May 15: Warner Bros. is reorganizing its television and home-entertainment operations, with Peter Roth, Craig Hunegs and Jeffrey Schlesinger to run the TV business and Thomas Gewecke becoming chief digital officer of Warner Bros. Entertainment.
NEW YORK, May 15: For its fall and midseason schedules, CBS has added five new comedies and three new dramas, including Hostages, a serialized suspense thriller from executive producer Jerry Bruckheimer.
NEW YORK, May 15: Watch these trailers for several upcoming shows for ABC, including the highly anticipated Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., a spin off of Once Upon a Time and Killer Women, adapted from a Latin American series.
NEW YORK, May 15: There are projects from Steven Spielberg, Steve Carell, Diablo Cody, Denis Leary, Sylvester Stallone, Dick Wolf and many others on the newly unveiled development slate for TNT and TBS, which also revealed a pair of apps that will offer live streaming of both networks.
LONDON, May 15: Following its annual general meeting, ITV plc announced that it is on track for another year of solid growth, with revenue from broadcast and online up 6 percent.
ISTANBUL/NEW YORK, May 15: The winners of The Formats Project, a competition launched by Global Agency in partnership with World Screen to find the world’s freshest format concepts, will be unveiled at a ceremony during the Istanbul TV Forum (iTVF).
NEW YORK, May 15: In this video interview, Eddie McDougall, the host of The Flying Winemaker, and Wes Dening, the series' executive producer, discuss how the show is helping to spread the word about the changing wine culture in Asia.
LOS ANGELES, May 15: The U.S. Hispanic network MondoFox, which launched just last summer, has a hefty number of new programs coming to its schedule, including El Factor X, the Spanish-language version of the hit reality competition The X Factor.
LONDON, May 15: Red Bull Media House has acquired three seasons of the western series Hell on Wheels from Endemol Worldwide Distribution to air on ServusTV across German-speaking Europe.
NEW YORK, May 15: More than 300 hours of fresh programming is on the roster for Tr3s, which previewed a number of its new reality shows, novelas, docuseries, comedies and music programs that are targeting Hispanic adult millennials in the U.S.