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Janson Media Takes on Slackjaw Docs

HARRINGTON PARK, July 6: Janson Media will distribute two mountain-themed documentaries from British producer Slackjaw Film: Kilimanjaro: Going For Broke and Meltdown: In the Shadow of Nepal’s Lost Glaciers. Kilimanjaro: Going For Broke explores the lives of four climbers suffering ...

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EM.Entertainment Inks Home Textiles Deal on Tabaluga

UNTERFOEHRING, July 6: France’s CTI Chaulnes Textiles Industries has reached a deal with EM.Entertainment to develop bedding, pillow cases, hand towels and bath robes, among other products in the home textiles category, based on Tabaluga, which celebrates its ten-year anniversary ...

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Distraction Names New Acquisitions Manager

LONDON, July 6: Distraction has promoted Nina Richardson to acquisitions manager from her previous role as acquisitions and sales coordinator. Richardson joined Distraction from the post-production outfit VTR Group in 2004. In addition to working with the sales team to ...

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CONTACT _Con-41598BC6419 c s l TV Kids Weekly, July 5, 2006 NAME: LazyTown ORIGIN: An original idea based on the books created by Magnús Scheving 12 years ago in his native Iceland. CREATORS: Magnús Scheving is a writer, athlete, entrepreneur ...

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Bryan Brown

World Screen Weekly, July 6, 2006 Men admired his courage in movies like Breaker Morant and women swooned at his dashing behavior in the mini-series The Thorn Birds. Bryan Brown distinguished himself as an actor early in his career in ...

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Disney Channel Italy

World Screen Weekly, July 6, 2006 CHANNEL NAME: Disney Channel Italy YEAR IT LAUNCHED: 1998 NUMBER OF SUBSCRIBERS: 4 million on the SKY Italia satellite platform. OWNERSHIP: Walt Disney Television Italia, a division of The Walt Disney Company. DESCRIPTION: Like ...

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Televisa Gears Up to Offload Univision Stake

MEXICO CITY, July 5: Mexico’s Grupo Televisa is prepared to offload its 11.4-percent stake in Hispanic broadcaster Univision Communications as it looks to explore other opportunities in the U.S. market. The Mexican media giant last week failed in its bid ...

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