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Reed MIDEM to Launch MIP Cancun

PARIS: Reed MIDEM, which organizes MIPTV and MIPCOM, is launching a regional LatAm buyers summit, MIP Cancun, with World Screen and TV Latina as media partners. MIP Cancun is set to take place at the JW Marriott Cancun Hotel from November 19 to 21 in Cancun, Mexico. The event is ...

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HISTORY Asia Adds Original Photography Competition to Fall Lineup

SINGAPORE: Next month, Asia's HISTORY channel is set to premiere Photo Face-Off, an original photography competition series that is being launched in partnership with Canon PhotoMarathon. Photo Face-Off will watch as expert photographer Justin Mott competes in a number of picture-taking challenges against five amateurs from Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia ...

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In-Flight Sales for Tricon Films & Television

TORONTO: Tricon Films & Television has sold select titles from its programming catalogue to airlines around the world as in-flight entertainment. Spafax picked up the IFC comedies The Birthday Boys and Maron for Air Canada and the Spoils of Babylon for ...

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Scholastic Media to Launch Astroblast! in Cannes

NEW YORK: This MIP Junior, Scholastic Media is slated to showcase Astroblast!, a new animated preschool program that recently began airing on Sprout in the U.S. and is due to debut on NBC Kids in the fall. Based on the books by Bob Kolar, Astroblast! is co-produced by Scholastic Media ...

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MarVista Evolves with Market Demands

Having entered the global TV distribution business more than a decade ago, MarVista Entertainment has managed to keep pace with changes in the market. The company has expanded over the years into original feature film and television production, building up a catalogue that now houses more than 2,000 hours of ...

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Armoza’s The Green Project Licensed in Portugal, China

TEL AVIV: The sketch comedy format The Green Project, part of the Armoza Formats catalogue, has been commissioned by the Portuguese broadcaster SIC and China's Hunan TV. SIC commissioned 13 one-hour episodes, which are in production and set to air in a weekly prime-time slot starting in October. Hunan TV ...

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Polish Adaptation for Shopping Monsters

ISTANBUL: Polsat Café is getting its own version of Global Agency's daily makeover format Shopping Monsters. The Polish treatment is expected to launch next month on Polsat Café, which is owned and operated by one of Poland's largest broadcasters, Polsat. The daily stripped entertainment format watches five women each week ...

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TELETOON Announces Fall Programming Slate

TORONTO: Canada’s TELETOON network is set to premiere new and returning shows this fall, with the animated series Adventure Time leading the lineup. That cartoon’s sixth season is due out September 4. Its latest run will see Finn discover that his father is still alive, leading him and his best ...

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FX Goes for Zach Galifianakis Comedy

LOS ANGELES: FX has ordered Baskets, a half-hour comedy starring The Hangover's Zach Galifianakis and co-created by Galifianakis, Louis C.K. and Jonathan Krisel. Ten episodes are set for production next year, with the series to follow in 2016. The pilot episode was co-written by Galifianakis, Emmy Award-winner Louis C.K. and ...

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