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Peace Arch, RHI in Production, Distribution Deal

TORONTO/NEW YORK, June 21: Peace Arch Entertainment Group is further expanding its television activities, entering into a production and distribution deal with RHI Entertainment Distribution (formerly Hallmark Entertainment Distribution) for six new TV movies. Under the terms of the agreement, ...

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Lifetime to Explore Karaoke Competition

LOS ANGELES, June 21: Lifetime has ordered a two-hour special from the producers of Laguna Beach about four twenty-something women taking part in a karaoke competition in Southern California. Go Go Luckey Productions, the team behind MTV’s Laguna Beach and ...

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DIC, AOL in TV, Online Partnership

BURBANK/DULLES, June 21: AOL Kids’ KOL service is working with DIC Entertainment to co-produce a children’s programming block that is launching on CBS this fall. KOL's Saturday Morning Secret Slumber Party on CBS launches September 16. KOL and DIC will ...

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BBC Axes Top of the Pops

LONDON, June 21: After a 42-year-run, the weekly music show Top of the Pops has been axed, with its last episode set to air July 30. Noting that the series “no longer occupies the central role it once did,” the ...

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ITV Bags Three New American Dramas

LONDON, June 21: ITV has picked up the rights to three new U.S. network dramas: Smith, The Black Donnellys and Raines. Warner Bros. International Television’s Smith for CBS is a crime drama from John Wells Productions featuring Ray Liotta as ...

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Rather Exits CBS

NEW YORK, June 21: After 44 years, Dan Rather and CBS News are parting ways, with the anchor said to be mulling an offer to do a weekly series at the cable network HDNet. Rather was the anchor of the ...

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Licensing Show Kicks Off in New York

NEW YORK, June 21: Licensing 2006 International opened at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in New York City yesterday with expectations of more than 23,000 attendees from 100-plus markets. Licensed products represent $175 billion in retail sales worldwide, according ...

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