NEW YORK, November 26: Watch clips and access detailed information on hundreds of new shows by visiting our video portal's dedicated Screening Rooms for ATF.
REDWOOD, November 26: A new pan-European study has revealed that despite a number of barriers to entry, industry participants expect to see steady growth of premium OTT services in the U.K., Dutch and German markets, with gains of 80 percent in the next three years.
TORONTO, November 26: Bell Media has scored an exclusive streaming pact with Warner Bros. International Television for the series Arrow and The Flash to join its SVOD service code-named Project Latte.
LONDON, November 26: ITV has commissioned a second season of Grantchester, based on the novels of James Runcie.
ISTANBUL, November 26: FOX International Channels (FIC) is combining FIC Turkey and FOX Turkey into a single operational business.
NEW YORK, November 26: David Haslingden tells World Screen Newsflash about how he is assembling the Asia Pacific’s first super-indie production group, with NHNZ, Beach House Pictures and Northern Pictures.
LONDON, November 26: TV2 Norway has tapped Zodiak Media's Mastiff Norway to produce a local version of the hit prime-time adventure game show Dropped.
OTTAWA, November 26: The Canadian children's programs Justin Time, Rocket Monkeys and If I Had Wings are this year's winners of the Shaw Rocket Prize, which aims to recognize and reward the country's leaders in quality kids' television and digital media production.
HALIFAX/LOS ANGELES/LONDON, November 26: To commemorate the 25th anniversary of the popular preschool property Caillou, DHX Brands is launching a new logo, sweepstakes and exclusive merchandise.
NEW YORK, November 26: During the December holiday season, Nicktoons is set to air the first two seasons of the original version of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, which Nickelodeon acquired in 2010.
MAINZ/BARCELONA, November 26: ZDF Enterprises (ZDFE) and GoldBee have sold a number of titles from the ZDFE.junior catalogue across Asia, including Mako Mermaids to HBO Family.
NEW YORK, November 25: The December/Asia TV Forum digital editions of World Screen, TV AsiaPac and TV Listings are now available.
NEW YORK, November 25: At last night's 42nd International Emmy Awards, the U.K.'s Utopia won for best drama series, marking one in a trio of wins for British TV productions.
SINGAPORE, November 25: Tencent Video has become the exclusive online partner for HBO in China, delivering dramas such as Game of Thrones and Boardwalk Empire alongside a host of movies.
NEW YORK, November 25: Rachel McAdams, Taylor Kitsch and Kelly Reilly have been confirmed as cast members of the highly anticipated second season of the HBO drama True Detective, starring alongside the previously announced leads Colin Farrell and Vince Vaughn.
BURBANK, November 25: The freshman comedy Cristela has been given a full-season order by ABC, bringing the show to 22 episodes.
LOS ANGELES, November 25: Sierra/Engine has lined up multiple international broadcasters for the limited drama series Crossbones, which stars John Malkovich as the infamous pirate Blackbeard.
NEW YORK, November 25: Asian distributors are seeing increased interest in their drama series across the region and around the world.
LONDON, November 25: Endemol has entered into an exclusive first-look development and distribution pact with the U.K. producer Amber Television, a move which sees the two jointly developing and financing a new slate of scripted projects.
TEL AVIV/SÃO PAULO, November 25: Armoza Formats has licensed the remake rights for the drama series Allenby to TNT Brazil, with the commission marking the broadcaster's first large-scale original Brazilian production.
SILVER SPRING, November 25: The new season of the popular British series Foyle's War is slated to exclusively premiere on RLJ Entertainment's British TV streaming service Acorn TV in North America.
LONDON, November 25: The BBC has placed a multi-series order for the game show Pointless, greenlighting 38 episodes of Pointless Celebrities for BBC One and 110 episodes of Pointless for BBC Daytime.
SILVER SPRING, November 25: Early next year, Discovery Life Channel is due to debut The Mistress, a tentatively titled new series about extramarital affairs that is being sold by Beyond Distribution.
LONDON, November 25: Twofour Rights has sold more than 60 hours of programming into Australia and New Zealand, including two titles starring U.K. hotelier Alex Polizzi.
LONDON, November 25: PULS 2 in Poland has begun airing the sixth season of Rainbow's hit animated series Winx Club.
SINGAPORE, November 25: Bomanbridge Media has sealed a deal to exclusively represent Earthtree Media’s kids’ catalogue for all of Asia, with the exception of Korea.
LONDON, November 25: Zodiak Rights is establishing a sales base in Scandinavia with the hire of Ole Steen Stolberg, who joins in January and will be based within Mastiff Denmark’s offices in Copenhagen.
TORONTO, November 25: The Kratt Brothers Company and 9 Story Media Group have announced new licensing activity for the animated adventure show Wild Kratts, which was recently renewed for a fourth season on PBS Kids.
LONDON, November 25: Dee Smith, a former Bullseye TV and Discovery exec, has been appointed as the director of content for lifestyle sports and culture content creator Factory Media.
LONDON, November 25: Seasoned U.K. TV execs Darren Smith and Jack Cheshire have been appointed to the development team of producer/distributor DLT Entertainment, effective this month.
SYDNEY, November 24: A new research study from Australia's Network Ten has determined that social media conversations have a direct impact on TV viewing, with half of the people who report using social media each day saying it influences the programs they watch.
LONDON, November 24: ITV Studios is set to produce a new ten-part drama for ITV inspired by The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde by Robert Louis Stevenson.
BEVERLY HILLS, November 24: Netflix will be the exclusive home for the new comedy series Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, co-created by Tina Fey and Robert Carlock, which was originally slated to premiere on NBC.
SYDNEY, November 24: Australia's ABC is expected to ax around 400 jobs, which is close to 10 percent of its workforce, in an effort to eliminate "potential redundancy" as the pubcaster faces serious budget cuts, according to Managing Director Mark Scott.
LONDON, November 24: Bear Grylls’ production company Bear Grylls Ventures has teamed up with the U.K. factual-content provider Barcroft Media to launch a new adventure-themed YouTube channel.
NEW YORK, November 24: Format distributors are upbeat about their AsiaPac businesses as they head into Asia TV Forum.
MUNICH/TORONTO, November 24: Bell Media has secured the rights for the crime series Bosch in Canada in a pact with Red Arrow International, while a separate deal with Lionsgate brings the drama Manhattan to its streaming SVOD service.
LONDON/ISTANBUL, November 24: Endemol Turkey is moving into scripted, with a slate of new drama commissions that includes projects for Star TV and ATV.
MUNICH, November 24: The drama series Lilyhammer, from the Red Arrow International catalogue, has been acquired by SVOD platform icflix for 23 countries in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA).
PARIS, November 24: The French production house Kabo Family, which has produced a number of hit formats, is launching its own distribution unit, under the banner Kabo International.
LONDON, November 24: The British Academy of Film and Television Arts has unveiled the winners of its annual British Academy Children’s Awards, naming Cartoon Network as the channel of the year.
PARIS, November 24: FOX International Channels (FIC) has ordered the new English-language cooking show Baking Good Baking Bad, featuring healthy-eating guide Harry Eastwood.
SYDNEY, November 24: Escapade Media, which is celebrating its first anniversary, has snapped up the global rights for the MMA-themed reality series Wimp 2 Warrior.
LONDON, November 24: CBeebies has picked up the U.K. rights for Q Pootle 5 Christmas Special: Pootle All the Way, an extended episode of the book-based animated series Q Pootle 5.
LONDON, November 24: The educational channel English Club TV has launched in Morocco to Maroc Telecom subscribers and in the United Arab Emirates on the DU network.