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LONDON, September 11: ITV has signed an investment deal with the digital entertainment company Believe Entertainment Group, which is behind such short-form content as The LeBrons for Xbox.
LONDON, September 11: Channel 4 is evolving its 4oD on-demand service into a new online destination, All 4, which will serve as the digital home for all C4 content.
MEXICO CITY, September 11: Ricardo B. Salinas, the chairman of Grupo Salinas, has purchased 50 percent of the shares of the telecommunications operator Grupo Iusacell from Grupo Televisa for $717 million.
MELBOURNE, September 11: Foxtel has elevated Graham Burrells to manage a newly formed group of premium entertainment channels at Foxtel Networks, encompassing showcase, SoHo, The Comedy Channel and the recently announced BoxSets.
NEW YORK, September 11: This year at MIPCOM, CBS executives David Stapf and Armando Nuñez will hold a joint keynote on Tuesday, October 14, that will be moderated by World Screen’s group editorial director, Anna Carugati.
LONDON, September 11: Sky Vision has presold the new Sky Atlantic drama Fortitude to such broadcasters as Canal+ in France, TV2 Denmark, SVT in Sweden, YLE in Finland, Canada’s Super Channel, NRK Norway, RUV Iceland, DBS Israel and OTE in Greece.
SINGAPORE, September 11: AXN will host the premieres for the second season of the crime thriller The Blacklist and the seventh season of The Voice day-and-date with the U.S.
NEW YORK, September 11: A+E Networks is rebranding its BIO channel in Israel as Lifetime, effective September 14.
TEL AVIV, September 11: Keshet International has licensed its interactive talent format Rising Star to Enlight Media China, which will produce a Chinese version to air on CCTV.
Jon Rutherford, the executive VP of distribution and business development, discusses the company’s growing catalogue.
STOCKHOLM, September 11: Modern Times Group (MTG) has extended its broadcasting rights for Formula 1 racing in the Baltics and Scandinavia.
PARIS, September 11: This year's MIP Junior, which has moved to a larger venue in Cannes, is anticipating higher buyer participation than the 2013 event, with more than 500 acquisition executives expected to attend.
LOS ANGELES, September 11: Televisa USA has picked up the English-language TV and digital rights for The Sleeping Beauty, a series of erotic novels by author Anne Rice.
LONDON, September 11: all3media international has snapped up the rights for The Brokenwood Mysteries, a new detective drama series that is due to debut in New Zealand later in the year.
LONDON, September 11: Sky Living has commissioned a new three-part drama, The Enfield Haunting, based on supposed real-life supernatural events from 1977.
TORONTO, September 11: Distribution360 (D360) has sold Tessa & Scott to Nat Geo People, which will air the Canadian docuseries in a number of countries across Europe.
LONDON, September 11: Soho Square Productions, the newly launched TV production company from Soho Square Studios, is working with Bob the Builder creator Keith Chapman on its first preschool animated series.
LONDON, September 11: Passion Distribution is set to enter this year’s MIPCOM with a roster of factual titles from British production house Firecracker Films.
MIAMI, September 11: Viacom International Media Networks (VIMN) The Americas has named Carlos Penzini, currently the senior VP of strategy and business development, as brand manager of Paramount Channel Latin America.
MIAMI, September 11: Telemundo has teamed up with Toyota, Revlon and T-Mobile for a multiplatform sponsorship initiative in support of the upcoming reality competition series Yo Soy El Artista.
WASHINGTON, D.C., September 11: National Geographic Channels International (NGCI) has made several new appointments in its London content hub and within its global marketing group.
HÖHENKIRCHEN/MUNICH, September 11: Rubie's, a manufacturer and distributor of costumes and accessories, has teamed up with m4e and Rainbow to produce a fancy dress-up range based on the hit series Mia and me.
NEW YORK, September 10: The digital edition for World Screen's September/Pre-MIPCOM issue is now available, featuring a report that spotlights how the international business of drama is booming amid a new era of creative collaboration across borders.
BOSTON, September 10: OTT video revenue in Europe was up 51 percent last year, reaching $3.2 billion, and is forecast to grow a further 43 percent this year, according to Strategy Analytics.
NEW YORK, September 10: The chef, author and TV personality Anthony Bourdain talks about his CNN series Anthony Bourdain Parts Unknown, a new season of which kicks off September 28.
NEW YORK, September 10: Viacom and Sony Corporation have reached a landmark agreement for the carriage of networks such as Comedy Central, MTV and Nickelodeon on a soon-to-launch cloud-based TV service.
ISTANBUL, September 10: The production company Intrigue has secured a pilot production commitment from NBC on a remake of the Turkish series Game of Silence, which is part of the Global Agency catalogue.
LONDON, September 10: Viacom International Media Networks (VIMN) has officially completed its £450 million ($726 million) acquisition of Channel 5 from Northern & Shell, also announcing its first joint commissions between C5 and its U.K. pay-TV channels.
TORONTO, September 10: Netflix has commissioned its first original docuseries, Chef's Table, which comes from David Gelb, the filmmaker behind the acclaimed doc Jiro Dreams of Sushi.