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ITV1 has acquired the rights to March of the Dinosaurs, a feature-length CGI film tracing the 1,000-mile migration once trekked by the extinct beasts.
MipTV organiser Reed Midem has unveiled levels of attendance for this week’s international content market.
MIPTV: CBeebies controller Kay Benbow has commissioned a multiplatform animated series from CBeebies in-house productions and Fremantle Media Enterprises.
BBC1 quiz show Secret Fortune is to be remade by Nigel Lythgoe for US network CBS.
Entries are now open for the 10thannual Arqiva Channel of the Year Awards that will honour the UK’s best indie for the first time.
Sky Arts is to screen a series on the phenomenon of sextuplets, as part of a raft of sales by indie Off the Fence.
DRG has secured a deal with leading Norwegian broadcaster NRK to distribute its formats worldwide.
Cult crime classic The Professionals is to be remade for the big screen following a deal with studio Lionsgate.
Horse & Country TV has launched a branded block of programming on US cable and satellite channel HRTV.
A US version of Undercover Boss, made by Studio Lambert, is to return for a third season on the CBS network.
The BBC has confirmed Huw Edwards will anchor its coverage of the royal wedding.
Controversial miniseries The Kennedys, soon to air in the UK, has been picked up by broadcasters across the world.
Channel 4 smash hit Big Fat Gypsy Weddings is to be released on DVD on the day of the royal wedding and has also secured a major publishing deal.
US broadcaster Syfy has ordered a second series of supernatural drama Being Human.
ITV Studios Global Entertainment has appointed Augustus Dulgaro to the newly-created role of senior vice president for Asia Pacific.
It may be off air in the UK - for now - but reality format Big Brother is to live on with a new series in Indonesia.
Nickelodeon has partnered with DC Thomson to produce the first ever magazine devoted to content from the kids channel.
Nearly 30 British programmes are in the running for prizes at this year’s Focal International Awards, with nominations in every category.
Two editors at celebrity magazine Heat have penned a one-off episode of Hollyoaks, combining the script and magazine to form a unique, multi-platform partnership.
Polly Cochrane has been promoted to senior vice president and group marketing director at Warner Bros UK.
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