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BERLIN, April 26: Starting this month, Da Vinci Learning is available to subscribers of Bulsatcom and Net1 basic packages in Bulgaria, where the television network first premiered in 2009.
NEW YORK, April 25: The creator and director of Prisoners of War, Gideon Raff, who is an executive producer on the Showtime series Homeland, discussed the show in-depth with Bert Salke, the president of Fox 21, and Ran Tellem, Keshet’s programming VP, during a press panel moderated by World Screen’s Anna Carugati.
LOS ANGELES, April 25: FremantleMedia Latin America is producing an original Spanish-language youth-skewed version of The X Factor for MundoFox, which will begin airing El Factor X this summer.
LOS ANGELES, April 25: Perfect Storm Entertainment is expanding its business into the television arena, launching a TV division that will be led by Danielle Woodrow, formerly the senior VP of original programming at FX Networks.
LONDON, April 25: Discovery has picked up two original U.S. dramas, Mistresses and Devious Maids, for TLC in the U.K., marking the first time that scripted series will be aired on the channel in this market.
LONDON, April 25: BBC Worldwide has commissioned a third season of the format Come Dine with Me South Africa in a deal with ITV Studios Global Entertainment.
BURBANK, April 25: ABC Family has greenlit the new drama Chasing Life, formerly titled Terminales, based on a Mexican series from Televisa.
LONDON, April 25: History UK has commissioned Heroes of War, a documentary series on World War II, from Sky Vision.
LONDON, April 25: ITV has ordered Peter Andre's 60 Minute Makeover, The Nation's Favourite Elvis Song and a series of investigative documentaries from Shiver, the factual arm of ITV Studios UK.
LONDON, April 25: ITV Studios Germany has agreed to produce a second season of Gefragt Gejagt, a local version of ITV Studios' popular game-show format The Chase, for regional public broadcaster NDR.
TEL AVIV, April 25: Ireland's Screentime Shinawil is joining Armoza Formats' digital concept TV by the People, which is aiming to create formats that could become TV shows through crowd-sourcing.
MALIBU, April 25: Despite an increase in sales for the first quarter of 2013, JAKKS Pacific reported a net loss for Q1 of $27.6 million, compared to the $16 million loss reported in the same period a year ago.
MIAMI, April 25: Telemundo Media is working with zeebox to add new second-screen experiences to its programming, with expanded social and mobile interaction offered.
LONDON, April 25: CBBC is embarking on a summer programming stunt that will see three days of events being aired live from Leeds City Centre.
TORONTO, April 25: Bell Media is making a yearly commitment of C$1 million to an accelerator lab that will serve as a way to bolster the advancement and skills of qualified TV producers in Canada.
LOS ANGELES, April 25: Discovery Studios has firmed up an overall partnership with executive producer Julie Laughlin-Jones, whose previous work includes Extreme Makeover for ABC and Big Brother for CBS.
NEW YORK, April 25: Next month, Take Me to Your Mother, a docu-comedy series, is slated to begin airing on NickMom, a prime-time programming block for mothers on Nick Jr.
MIAMI, April 25: A number of buyers from around the world have shown an interest in Everybody and Their Brother, an entertainment format distributed by Televisa Internacional.
LONDON, April 25: Two new appointments have been made within NBCUniversal's pay-TV channels business, one of which sees Satpal Brainch becoming the executive VP and managing director of Universal Networks International (UNI).
SINGAPORE, April 25: With more than two decades of media experience, Monica Tata has become HBO India's new managing director, effective immediately.
PREMIUM, April 24: Armando Nuñez, the president and CEO of the CBS Global Distribution Group, talks to World Screen Newsflash about the many outlets around the world for CBS product.
EL SEGUNDO, April 24: The closure of about half of Blockbuster's stores in the U.K. is set to cause a 22-percent drop in Blu-ray and DVD rental revenues in the country to £202 million this year, according to IHS.
TORONTO, April 24: Nina Tassler, the president of CBS Entertainment, is lined up for the opening keynote at this year's Banff World Media Festival (BANFF), where David Stapf, the president of CBS Television Studios, and Armando Nuñez, the president and CEO of the CBS Global Distribution Group, will deliver a CBS Global Content Keynote.
TORONTO, April 24: Chris McDonald, the executive director of Hot Docs, talks to World Screen Newsflash about this year's event, which kicks off in Toronto tomorrow.
UNIVERSAL CITY, April 24: The Million Second Quiz is a brand-new live competition show for NBC that sees contestants battle each other through rounds of trivia for 12 consecutive days and nights.
SINGAPORE, April 24: SingTel, which operates the mioTV IPTV platform, is expected to appeal a ruling by the Media Development Authority of Singapore (MDA) mandating that it make its coverage of Barclays Premier League (BPL) football available to rival service StarHub.
NEW YORK, April 24: Travel Channel has added four new original series to its slate, including a show hosted by Man V. Food's Adam Richman.
LONDON, April 24: Eden has commissioned an expanded second season of David Attenborough’s Natural Curiosities, the first season of which scored the channel's highest-ever rating.
MONACO, April 24: There are 81 programs that are competing for a Golden Nymph award as part of the 53rd edition of The Festival de Television de Monte-Carlo this year.
LONDON, April 24: BBC Two and BBC Wales have a new single drama, A Poet in New York, that will look at the life and death of Dylan Thomas, with Andrew Davies attached to pen the piece.