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Amazon Renews Contract for Under the Dome

LOS ANGELES/SEATTLE: CBS Corporation and Amazon.com have renewed their licensing deal for Under the Dome, bringing the second season of the serialized drama to Prime Instant Video on an exclusive basis. Amazon Prime members will have unlimited streaming of all episodes four days after their initial broadcast on CBS. They ...

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SPT Networks to Deliver The Blacklist Globally

CULVER CITY: The highly anticipated drama The Blacklist, starring James Spader, is set to premiere on Sony Pictures Television's global networks in 66 countries, spanning four continents. The thriller will be available in 11 languages to more than 100 million viewers through Sony. It will air across Asia and Poland ...

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TV Industry Generated £17.5 Billion for U.K. Economy

LONDON: New research from Deloitte has found that the television industry generated £17.5 billion ($27.7 billion) in revenues in the U.K. in 2012, which represents around 1 percent of the national GDP. The report, What Television Is: 2013, was commissioned by The Royal Television Society. It also found that indirect ...

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Christophe Riandée

This interview originally appeared in the MIPCOM 2013 issue of World Screen. Founded in 1895, France’s Gaumont is the world’s oldest movie studio. The company’s vice-CEO, Christophe Riandée, is relaunching its television division and leveraging the legacy, industry connections and ...

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Rive Gauche Adds 43 Hours to Catalogue

LOS ANGELES: Rive Gauche Television has acquired more than 43 hours of new programming, along with 30 hours of returning series, which it is slated to showcase at this year's MIPCOM. Newly acquired titles include Mountain Movers (Good Clean Fun), The Illegal Eater (Farpoint Films), Who Let the Dogs Out ...

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My Man Can Gets Russian Adaptation

MUNICH: My Man Can, a successful game show format represented by Red Arrow International, is slated to debut this month on Prerviy in Russia. The Red Square-produced program, locally titled Samij Lutschij Musch (The Best Husband), will be presented by Dmitriy Haratyan and Ekaterina Skulkina. It will air daily at ...

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Passion Secures Sales for Weather Channel Programming

LONDON: Passion Distribution has licensed titles from the Weather Channel library in territories around the globe. Weather that Changed the World is headed to UKTV. The program was also snapped up by Viasat in a pan-Scandinavian agreement for broadcast on Viasat Explorere, and by Viasat in Sweden for Viasat TV10. ...

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Multicom Buys Liberation Entertainment Content

LOS ANGELES: More than 1,000 hours from Liberation Entertainment's catalogue have been sold to Multicom Entertainment Group for global distribution. The deal, which includes OTT, pay-per-view and Internet distribution markets, involves the children's shows Peter Gunn, Mr. Lucky and The Invisible Man, as well as the cult horror films House on ...

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Pre-MIPCOM Spotlight: Forum des images

CANNES: Since its creation in 1988, the Forum des images has held a special place in the heart of Paris’s audiovisual landscape. Its original mission was to compile a living memory bank of the audiovisual collection of Paris. It now hosts yearly programming screenings, events and discussions focused on celebrating ...

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