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TV Latina Presents App & Digital Edition for Jornadas

NEW YORK: Ahead of Jornadas, the cable convention taking place in Buenos Aires from September 25 to 27, TV Latina has launched a digital edition, which includes a feature on the main cable operators in the region, as well as a Spanish-language app delivering information on leading Latin American channels. ...

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Tricon to Present Largest Catalogue to Date

TORONTO: Alongside launching original series from Pivot, including HitRECord on TV!, Raising McCain, Jersey Strong and Take Part Live, Tricon Films & Television is also presenting the new IFC series The Spoils of Babylon and The Birthday Boys as well as a slate of other comedy, lifestyle and factual series. ...

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Quest for the Best

This article originally appeared in the MIPCOM 2013 issue of TV Kids. A handful of top producers and distributors weigh in on the latest trends in children’s programming. Between TVs, DVDs, computers, video games and mobile phones, kids today are spending a great deal of time consuming media. And, just ...

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Tim Davie

This interview originally appeared in the MIPCOM 2013 issue of World Screen. The BBC is a treasure trove of high-end programming, from cult classic Doctor Who to entertainment format Dancing with the Stars and major natural-history series Planet Earth. BBC Worldwide sells these and countless more hours of programming and ...

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ACTF Unveils Highlights for MIPCOM Lineup

VICTORIA: The Australian Children's Television Foundation (ACTF) is set to launch a handful of new shows in Cannes, including Worst Year of My Life, Again!, a 13-part comedy series. Worst Year of My Life, Again! is about a teenage boy who is turning 14 for the second year in a ...

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John de Mol

This interview originally appeared in the MIPCOM 2013 issues of TV Formats and World Screen. On the heels of the success of The Voice, which has been produced in more than 50 countries (and with finished-program sales to some 160 ...

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Stephen Stohn

This interview originally appeared in the MIPCOM 2013 issue of TV Kids. When it comes to teen programming, Degrassi has, by all accounts, set the gold standard. The award-winning franchise created by Linda Schuyler and Kit Hood encompassed three series from the late ’70s through the early ’90s: The Kids ...

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Ottawa International Animation Festival Announces Winners

OTTAWA: The winners have been announced for this year's Ottawa International Animation Festival (OIAF), which received nearly 2,000 entries from more than 70 countries. The Nelvana Grand Prize for Best Short Animation went to Lonely Bones by Rosto, while the 2013 Grand Prize for Best Animated Feature was awarded to ...

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MIPCOM Spotlight: Canamedia

CANNES: Canamedia has a diverse roster of new factual programming, covering genres such as adventure, science, animals, crime and arts. “We are especially proud of Air Boss, which goes behind the scenes of exclusive and dangerous air shows and delves into the secret lives of aviation stars with world-renowned ‘Air ...

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