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US network ABC has green-lit a new pilot based on ITV2 comedy No Heroics.
Alix Pryde, chief advisor to BBC chief executive officer Caroline Thomson, has been named the new controller of BBC Distribution.
Endemol is lining up a French version of Sky 1's new dating show Loveland after picking up the format rights from Target Entertainment Group.
Parthenon Kids has picked up the worldwide distribution rights to animated preschool show City of Friends, one of the first children's series to be produced in Norway.
Factual indie Rise Films is making a feature-length ob-doc for More 4 about an indigenous Indian tribe facing up to the arrival of a large, multi-national company.
Julia Stuart is senior acquisitions executive for Sky 1
Parthenon Entertainment Group chief executive Carl Hall believes distributors will face a tough year and is on the lookout to acquire companies that have “hit the rocks”.
The African broadcast rights to the English Premier League, previously held by liquidated pan-African broadcaster GTV, are close to being sold to a new buyer.
Nearly 100 million viewers tuned in to watch the Super Bowl on Sunday night, making it the most-watched sporting event in US TV history.
Thomas & Friends has stayed on track as the UK's top preschool license for the ninth year running, according to marketing group NPD.
Pay TV operator Top Up TV has picked up the broadcast rights to hit US series Sex and the City as part of a content deal with CBS Paramount International Television.
Raw Cut TV has appointed one of the directors behind ITV1's Mums on Strike to spearhead the indie's expansion in to factual and popular factual programming.
UK-based Pan-African broadcaster GTV has gone into liquidation with the loss of all staff.
BBC Worldwide Channels has appointed a former Paramount acquisitions executive as its new vice-president of acquisitions.
The UK's biggest distributors are to work together on boosting the country's international television business through an advisory body supported by the government.
Parthenon Entertainment has acquired a 48% stake in a Canadian production company that specialises in ocean-related factual programming.
Channel 4 has acquired the terrestrial rights to Golden Globe-winning vampire drama True Blood and Generation Kill, the Iraq war mini-series from the writer of The Wire.
A miniseries of The Bourne Identity has formed part of a major sales deal between multichannel operator Chello Zone and Warner Bros International Television Distribution.
To survive, the broadcaster must find a place at the centre of a new PSB proposal.
Fremantle Media Enterprises (FME) is working with Michael Hirst, the writer behind The Tudors, to develop one of 10 drama projects it is planning to launch to international broadcasters.
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