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New Digital Rep for Geronimo Stilton in North America

MILAN: Global Genesis Group has inked a deal with Atlantyca Entertainment for the exclusive U.S. digital distribution rights to the book-based animated series Geronimo Stilton. Geronimo Stilton follows the adventures of a famous mouse journalist and his fearless young nephew. The show already has two 52×22-minute completed seasons co-produced by ...

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China, India & Japan Leading AsiaPac Pay-TV Revenues

LONDON: Pay-TV revenues in the Asia-Pacific region are forecast to grow by $10 billion between 2014 and 2020, at which time the total is expected to reach $41.52 billion. According to Digital TV Research's Digital TV Asia Pacific Forecasts report, cable TV will remain the highest pay-TV segment, with revenues ...

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Jeremy Darroch

This interview originally appeared in the MIPTV 2015 issue of World Screen. Sky (formerly BSkyB) was formed in November 1990 from the merger of two competing satellite television services, Sky Television and British Satellite Broadcasting. Over the course of the following 25 years, not only has Sky established itself as ...

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Tele München Group’s Herbert L. Kloiber

This interview originally appeared in the MIPCOM 2014 issue of TV Europe. For more than 40 years, Tele München Group (TMG) has been providing top-quality content across a range of genres to German-language markets and beyond. The company was an early pioneer in the business of multi-territory drama co-productions, and ...

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M. Night Shyamalan

This interview originally appeared in the MIPCOM 2014 issue of World Screen. What started a few years ago as a slow trickle of feature-film talent to television has become a seemingly endless flow. And it’s no longer just the premium ...

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Coming to America

This article originally appeared in the NATPE 2015 issue of World Screen. A number of Europe’s biggest content companies are aggressively expanding their businesses in the U.S. The urge to “Go West” remains a powerful one, judging by the steady flow of European media companies crossing the Atlantic to set ...

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BBC Worldwide Names Commissioning Exec for BBC Earth

LONDON: BBC Worldwide has appointed Kirsty Hanson as its commissioning executive for BBC Earth, the company's new factual brand focused on natural history, the human world, outer space and science. In her new role, Hanson will work under Julie Swanston, the VP of commissioning. She will collaborate with BBC Worldwide's ...

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