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LONDON, April 16: Copyright Promotions Licensing Group (CPLG), a DHX Media company, has named Stephen Gould as its new managing director in the U.K.
HONG KONG, April 16: Celestial Tiger Entertainment (CTE) has appointed four new executives to fill roles in advertising sales, content distribution, business development and marketing.
Spotlights the drama series, and distributors, that made headlines in Cannes.
LONDON, April 15: The number of digital pay-TV subs in Eastern Europe is forecast to increase from 26.1 million in 2010 to 45 million in 2013 and on to 73.6 million by 2020, Digital TV Research reports.
WASHINGTON, D.C., April 15: David Lyle, the CEO of National Geographic Channels U.S., is leaving the company, with the news coming a day after Howard T. Owens announced his departure.
LONDON, April 15: After four years as managing director of ITV Studios UK, Denise O'Donoghue is stepping down from the role.
HORSHAM, April 15: As Aereo awaits its Supreme Court hearing, new research supports pay-TV operators' fears that the streaming service could potentially erode their market share.
LONDON, April 15: Zai Bennett, the controller of BBC Three, is leaving the company to take on the role of director of Sky Atlantic.
LONDON, April 15: Nigel Pickard is leaving his role as CEO of Zodiak UK Kids and chair of The Foundation, but will return as a consultant and advisor on a range of projects for the company.
CULVER CITY, April 15: Despite a last-minute offer from Relativity Media, Maker Studios has confirmed that it is already locked into a merger agreement with The Walt Disney Company.
LONDON, April 15: Simon Dickson, the managing director of Shine Group's Dragonfly, has decided to exit the role as of next month, with the company's creative director, Mark Raphael, and COO, Lucinda Hicks, taking over jointly as co-MDs.
CALGARY, April 15: Shaw Communications is changing the structure of its operating units in a bid to improve overall efficiency, with the consolidation to result in the loss of some 400 employees.
SEATTLE, April 15: The hit Syfy series Defiance has been added to Amazon's Prime Instant Video library as an exclusive, allowing members to catch up on season one ahead of the season two premiere on June 19.
SILVER SPRING, April 15: Rita Mullin, formerly the executive VP of programming and development at OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network, has been elevated to the role of general manager of Science Channel.
NEW YORK, April 15: TV Land has picked up Younger, which is written, executive produced and directed by Darren Star (Sex and the City) and stars Sutton Foster (Bunheads) and Hilary Duff (Lizzie McGuire).
HAMILTON, April 15: Central European Media Enterprises (CME) has added four members to its board of directors, including John K. Billock, who is also tapped to serve as the non-executive chairman.
LONDON, April 15: The U.K.’s ITV is bringing back the classic game show Celebrity Squares, set to air on the channel later this year thanks to a deal with CBS Studios International.
LONDON, April 15: ITV Studios Global Entertainment (ITVS GE) has inked an exclusive, multiyear development and distribution deal with 42, a new production and management company that specializes in scripted content.
NEW YORK, April 15: For the first time in MTV history, viewers can catch the first episode of the network’s latest scripted comedy series, Faking It, on the MTV app starting today for 48 hours.
NEW YORK, April 15: Just ahead of its summer launch, A+E Networks' new lifestyle channel FYI has ordered two hour-long pilots, with production on both set to start immediately.
MALIBU, April 15: JAKKS Pacific has inked a licensing deal with Nickelodeon to produce, distribute and market a collection of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles-themed specialty figures and toys in the U.S.
LONDON, April 15: Channel 5 has commissioned a two-part documentary chronicling a school for kids with severe behavioral problems.
LONDON, April 15: The 2014 edition of Brand Licensing Europe (BLE), organized by Advanstar, is accepting entries for the yearly License This! challenge until September 5.
MONTREAL, April 15: Toon Boom Animation has unveiled the release of Toon Boom Condorito for iPad and Android tablets, on which the application is now available in both Spanish and English.
The president and CEO of Discovery Networks International.
Takes a look at the format highlights to come out of this year’s MIPTV.
Channels, pay-TV platforms and distributors are finding both pitfalls and rewards as they traverse Asia’s nonlinear content business.
The president and CEO of VIMN.
The president, CEO and chairman of the board of Grupo Televisa.
SYDNEY, April 14: According to the latest Australian Multi-Screen Report, Australians are spending more time watching conventional television than they did a year ago and are also using Internet-connected devices to complement their viewing of TV and other video.
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