PARIS -- Wild Bunch's VOD service Filmo TV has upped the ante in France as the competish heats up.
Six months ago the international TV tribe returned from the MipTV market in Cannes anxious about the future.
Music streaming site Rdio has launched a free version of its service, making it the first to offer free on-demand music without ads.
Gaul's Ubisoft Motion Pictures has forged a global licensing deal with Nickelodeon on "Raving Rabbids," its first inhouse production.
Film crowdfunding website Touscoprod is widening its scope with a new format open to all content, ranging from TV series to music vids to toons and shorts.
French pay TV giant Canal Plus has acquired miniseries "World Without End," which is based on Ken Follett's bestseller.
Luc Besson's EuropaCorp has closed a flurry of pre-sales on "Transporter," the English-language series based on Besson's action film franchise.
"Flight of the Storks," Jan Kounen's first miniseries, is set to topline Rutger Hauer ("Hobo with a Shotgun") and Harry Treadaway ("Fish Tank").
AMC/Sundance Channel Global has acquired rights to "The Slap," "Hell on Wheels," "Breaking Bad" and "Shannen Says."
French companies Newen and Big Nose have teamed up to develop "Harry," a word game mixing strategy and chance.
Disney Media Distribution has unveiled a raft of sales on ABC Studios' thriller series "Missing," which has its world preem Monday at Mipcom.