Will Hurrell's articles

  • News

    All3Media and BBCW win Queen's Award

    2009-04-21T10:12:07Z

    Distributors BBC Worldwide (BBCW) and All3Media International have each received a Queen's Award for helping increase UK exports.

  • News

    UKTV will spruce up houses for Home

    2009-04-15T16:32:55Z

    UKTV has acquired two home improvement series for Home, the channel that is poised to replace UKTV Style.

  • News

    Bravo beats Five in race for US bike drama

    2009-04-15T14:49:18Z

    Virgin Media TV's Bravo has beaten Five to pick up the UK premiere rights to critically acclaimed US motorcycle drama Sons of Anarchy.

  • News

    ITV's Primeval to get Hollywood treatment

    2009-04-14T09:53:56Z

    Impossible Pictures has teamed up with US film studio Warner Bros to turn ITV1 dinosaur drama Primeval into a Hollywood movie.

  • News

    MoMedia joins Lions' Tour

    2009-04-09T09:56:48Z

    Digital producer and distributor MoMedia International has won the mobile and online rights to rugby sporting event the British and Irish Lions' South African Tour.

  • Features

    The Buyer: Karrie Wolfe

    2009-04-07T15:17:17Z

    Karrie Wolfe is senior vice president of RDF USA.

  • News

    Russia to air Hudson plane crash doc

    2009-04-07T15:11:23Z

    Darlow Smithson Production's (DSP) fast turnaround documentary Miracle of the Hudson Plane Crash has been sold to Channel One in Russia.

  • News

    Parthenon wins myth series commission

    2009-04-07T14:13:28Z

    Parthenon Entertainment has won its biggest series commission to date, a 13 x 30-minute series for National Geographic Channels International that will debunk the myths surrounding famous historical figures.

  • News

    Target takes Josef Fritzl doc global

    2009-04-07T14:02:38Z

    Target Entertainment has sold Sky 1 documentary Josef Fritzl: Story of a Monster to eight broadcasters around the world.

  • News

    Fremantle: UK format dominance is waning

    2009-04-02T09:16:02Z

    FremantleMedia senior executive vice-president of entertainment Rob Clark has warned that the UK's dominance of the formats business will slip in the face of stronger competition from abroad.