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Life in the Kitchen Format Heads to Canada

MONTREAL: The Studio Lambert-created format Life in the Kitchen has been acquired by Media Ranch in a deal with all3media international for the Canadian remake rights for the doc series. Life in the Kitchen, originally created for BBC Two, looks at the drama and humor of family life at meal ...

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Ryan Seacrest Productions Teams with Armoza, TF1 on New Format

TEL AVIV/LOS ANGELES/PARIS: Armoza Formats, TF1 Group and Ryan Seacrest Productions (RSP) have collaborated on the new prime-time studio game show Babushka, which will be launched for the international market at MIPTV. Babushka is a high-stakes game show that sees contestants presented with ten giant Russian "babushka" dolls; they must ...

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Sky Increases Investment in OTT Startup 1Mainstream

LONDON: Sky has invested a further $5 million in the OTT startup 1Mainstream, which operates an automated platform for the distribution of linear and on-demand video to a wide range of internet-connected devices. This new $5 million investment builds on the $2 million Sky previously invested in August 2013. Since ...

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LatAm Digital TV Homes to Double

LONDON: The number of digital TV households in Latin America is forecast to double by 2020, despite slowing economic growth. The Digital TV Latin America Forecasts report estimates there will be 152 million digital TV households by 2020. Digital TV will climb from only 17.9 percent penetration of TV households ...

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Cablevision Becomes First Pay-TV Provider to Offer HBO NOW

BETHPAGE: Cablevision and HBO have entered into a partnership to make the stand-alone streaming service HBO NOW available to Optimum Online customers via the internet. The agreement makes Optimum the first cable provider to partner with HBO to offer the new service, which is expected to launch in April. Cablevision ...

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Nadine Nohr

This interview originally appeared in the MIPCOM 2014 issue of TV Europe. Expanding Shine International’s drama portfolio has been one of CEO Nadine Nohr’s top priorities since taking the helm of the company last year. And her efforts have certainly borne fruit, with the entity now boasting a catalogue that ...

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Patrick Spence

This interview originally appeared in the MIPCOM 2014 issue of TV Europe. British screenwriter Simon Donald wanted to make a film about a violent crime that takes place in an isolated community in the Arctic—until he told his friend Patrick Spence about the concept. Spence, who heads up Fifty Fathoms—a ...

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#Trending

This article originally appeared in the NATPE 2015 issue of TV Kids. TV Kids surveys the latest trends in kids’ content distribution. A number of year-end reports have confirmed what those in the children’s TV business have long seen coming: viewing habits are changing, especially for kids. As young ones increasingly ...

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