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LONDON, August 24: Twofour Rights has secured sales for the four-part series Alex Polizzi’s Secret Italy in North America, Australasia, Asia and Europe.
LONDON, August 24: A+E Networks UK has named Adrian Pilkington as the company's senior VP of distribution and strategy, effective September 1.
BURBANK, August 24: The Nickelodeon Writing Program (NWP) has announced the finalists for the 2015-16 program.
REDMOND, August 24: Nintendo has unveiled new gaming slates for its Wii U home console and the Nintendo 3DS family of portable systems, set to roll out through the remainder of this year.
BOSTON, August 21: U.S. pay-TV subscribers declined by 479,000 in the second quarter, but the average revenue per user (ARPU) is on an upward trajectory, according to new figures from Strategy Analytics.
STOCKHOLM, August 21: Jakob Abrahamsson and CG Anderson have purchased NonStop Entertainment from Turner Broadcasting.
SEATTLE, August 21: Open Road Films, a U.S. film distribution company, has secured a multiyear content licensing deal with Amazon, making Prime the exclusive non-cable premium subscription home for the company’s theatrical releases.
KNOXVILLE, August 21: Scripps Networks Interactive has elevated Burton Jablin to COO, while Kathleen Finch takes on the new post of chief programming, content and brand officer.
BEVERLY HILLS, August 21: Netflix has added a number of young actors to the ensemble cast for Stranger Things, a new original drama series written, directed and exec produced by brothers Matt and Ross Duffer (Wayward Pines, Hidden).
TORONTO, August 21: DHX Television, which previously announced plans to extend the Family Channel brand to three of its other kids' services, has now unveiled the rebranded networks Family Jr., Télémagino and CHRGD, set for a fall launch.
LONDON, August 21: Endemol Shine Group has appointed Wim Ponnet as the group director of strategy and commercial development, effective this fall.
The French animation outfit’s founder, chairman and CEO shares how the company is expanding into new areas of kids’ content.
LONDON, August 21: CBBC is slated to begin airing Taking the Next Step, a dance competition series meant for fans of the reality-style drama series The Next Step.
WARSAW, August 21: Vodafone Portugal has launched SPI International's FightBox HD and Fast’nFunBox HD channels on the IPTV platform TV Net Voz.
BURBANK, August 21: Disney Junior is due to release next month episodes of its new series Goldie & Bear on its TV Everywhere app, ahead of the show’s linear broadcast.
NEW YORK, August 21: True Entertainment, the company behind unscripted titles such as Bravo’s The Real Housewives of Atlanta, has upped two executives and added a hire to its production team.
DALLAS, August 20: A new Parks Associates report on streaming media devices has found that four brands—Amazon, Apple, Google and Roku—accounted for 86 percent of all units sold to U.S. broadband households in 2014.
LONDON, August 20: Amazon has inked a deal with Entertainment One (eOne) for Fear the Walking Dead, the highly anticipated companion series to The Walking Dead, to be available to Prime members in select territories.
TORONTO, August 20: The streaming service shomi, which is jointly owned by Rogers and Shaw, is now available to anyone with an internet connection in Canada.
PARIS, August 20: Jim Packer, the president of worldwide television and digital distribution at Lionsgate, is set to join Hulu CEO Mike Hopkins for an opening-day keynote at this year’s MIPCOM.
TEL AVIV, August 20: Keshet International has entered into a co-development deal with the Canadian indie Facet4 Media, with the two targeting drama and comedy projects.
Gold GM Steve North talks about the channel, which stands out with its dedication to celebrating the best in comedy.
TORONTO, August 20: Canadian specialty entertainment network Showcase has unveiled its fall schedule, led by the series Mr. Robot, Continuum and Lost Girl.
LONDON, August 20: The athletics competition show Ninja Warrior UK, the British version of a Japanese format, is due to return to ITV next year for a second season.
NEW YORK, August 20: HISTORY has given a second season order for its survival series Alone, with production slated to begin this fall in Vancouver Island.
BURBANK, August 20: Nickelodeon has given the go-ahead to a 20-episode first season of Pinky Malinky, a mockumentary-style animated comedy that is slated to begin airing next year.
TORONTO, August 20: Corus Entertainment's W Network has kicked off production on Love It or List It Vacation Homes, a new spin-off of the hit Love It or List It lifestyle franchise.
LONDON, August 20: BBC Two has greenlit an observational documentary series spotlighting the U.K. version of Vogue magazine, which is gearing up to celebrate its 100th anniversary next year.
NEW YORK, August 20: Priya Dogra has been named senior VP of mergers and acquisitions at Time Warner.
EDMONTON, August 20: Production has begun on What Would Sal Do?, an original series for Super Channel, a Canadian English-language pay-TV network.