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Electric Sky has sold ITV1 documentary Fat Teens in Love to Prime NZ in New Zealand, as part of a raft of deals done with cable and terrestrial broadcasters in the country.
RDF USA, the US arm of RDF Media Group, has made a number of key appointments, including former E! Entertainment executive, Jennifer Danska.
British comedies such as Toyboize could be set for US remakes following Fremantle Media North America's move to create a new senior vice president for scripted comedy.
Fremantle Media is producing a HD online drama for social networking site MySpace UK that is being sponsored by Red Bull and Tampax.
David Booth is vice president, programming, MTV Networks.
Coolabi Productions has pre-sold CBBC teen drama Dead Normal to ABC TV Australia after striking a co-pro deal with a local indie.
UKTV is looking to acquire ‘voyeuristic' ob-docs after picking up a US series for Really, the lifestyle channel that will replace UKTV Gardens next month.
American Idol judge Simon Cowell has hinted that he may be planning to launch The X Factor in the US.
BBC America has acquired the broadcast rights to ITV2 sketch comedy Katy Brand's Big Ass Show and E4 comedy The Inbetweeners.
Long-running US crime drama CSI is being set for a Hollywood remake, according to William Petersen, the show's former star and executive producer.
Distributors BBC Worldwide (BBCW) and All3Media International have each received a Queen's Award for helping increase UK exports.
UKTV has acquired two home improvement series for Home, the channel that is poised to replace UKTV Style.
Virgin Media TV's Bravo has beaten Five to pick up the UK premiere rights to critically acclaimed US motorcycle drama Sons of Anarchy.
Impossible Pictures has teamed up with US film studio Warner Bros to turn ITV1 dinosaur drama Primeval into a Hollywood movie.
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.
Karrie Wolfe is senior vice president of RDF USA.
Darlow Smithson Production's (DSP) fast turnaround documentary Miracle of the Hudson Plane Crash has been sold to Channel One in Russia.
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.
Target Entertainment has sold Sky 1 documentary Josef Fritzl: Story of a Monster to eight broadcasters around the world.
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.
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