Fox orders 10-part run
Kudos drama heads to France & Germany
Lynn Lugsden to head Orange Smarty’s formats arm
Adapting several US/ UK formats
US broadcaster to re-make Avalon format
Wildlife content launches on revamped app
Invests in Brett Ratner’s RatPac Entertainment
Set to spend £790m on marketing in 2017
US cable channel Pop picks up six-part drama
Digital platform takes rights to Canadian drama
As part of its Shakespeare Lives 2016 project the British Council plans to export 18 of the bard’s UK-produced films to 110 countries, including a Kurdish refugee camp in Iraq. Briony Hanson, director of film, British Council explains more…
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Mexico is the world’s 15th largest economy, according to the International Monetary Fund. World Bank analysts predict that Mexico’s economy will be the world’s fifth largest by 2050.
Metropolitan France, known as “L’Hexagone” is an ideally situated, diverse and prosperous export market for British companies.
Thailand is in transition to Digital TV after the National Broadcasting and Telecommunication Commission (NBTC) granted 24 commercial digital licenses to 19 companies to operate digital TV in Thailand in 2014.
Canada is the UK’s 16th largest export market for goods.
Exporting is GREAT is the government’s most ambitious export campaign ever. It aims to inspire and support 100,000 new UK exporters to sell their goods and services overseas by 2020.
Joe Bull, Manager, JoeCo Ltd talks about how his business broke into and succeeded in the American market