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PAC-MAN Gamified Fitness App Prepped for Kids

TOKYO/LAS VEGAS: Bandai Namco Entertainment and Internet of Things startup and active gamification platform Moff have partnered for the U.S. launch of a gamified fitness app that incorporates the PAC-MAN franchise. The app, called PAC-MAN Powered by Moff, is being presented for the first time at this year’s International CES ...

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Corus Secures New Sales for Pair of Lifestyle Series

TORONTO: Corus Entertainment has inked two new international broadcast deals for the real estate-themed unscripted shows Buying the View and Masters of Flip. Buying the View is headed to Digicast RCS MediaGroup’s Dove Channel in Italy. Masters of Flip was snapped up by Nine Entertainment for digital multichannel 9Life in ...

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Toon Goggles Content Heading to Philips Smart TVs

LOS ANGELES: Toon Goggles is set to launch its animated and live-action kids’ content for streaming on Philips smart TVs. Through the partnership, children’s shows such as Bernard, Monk and Canimals will be available on Philips smart and Android TVs around the world. The service will also offer Eddie is ...

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Teen Series Cata Leads Dori Media Group’s NATPE Lineup

TEL AVIV: International formats make up the bulk of Dori Media Group’s NATPE offering, led by the musical teen series Cata. The 115×1-hour series Cata follows a girl who helps twins from another dimension hide their identities. Another highlight is the romantic comedy Ciega a Citas, which has already been remade six ...

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HBO’s Girls to End After Season Six

LOS ANGELES: HBO has renewed the Emmy-winning comedy series Girls for a sixth and final season, which is slated to begin airing next year. Created by and starring Lena Dunham, Girls centers on the lives of a group of women in their 20s. The cast also features Allison Williams, Jemima ...

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All3Media Purchases The Missing Producer New Pictures

LONDON: All3Media has acquired the drama production company New Pictures, which is behind hits such as The Missing and Indian Summers. In addition to The Missing (BBC One and Starz) and Indian Summers (Channel 4 and WGBH), New Pictures has on its slate the thrillers Rellik and Requiem, which have ...

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