Endemol Shine Group and South Korean broadcaster JTBC have inked a co-development partnership to create, produce and distribute Korean-originated formats for the international market. Development of…
Leading TV formats company Keshet International is to open an office in Hong Kong. It also confirmed the hiring of Gary Pudney as Asia head.
Leading Western TV executives including AMC Global's Bruce Tuchman; Lionsgate's Marc Lorber; and Paul O' Hanlon to attend Formats Asia.
Israel's Dori Media Group has sold a full season of Abot Hameiri's hit reality TV format "Power Couple" to the Chinese production company Shanghai Viva. The show is already in production and will go…
NBC is to produce variety travel show "Better Late Than Never," as a North American version of the hit South Korean series "Grandpas Over Flowers."
Keshet International format has been licensed in 25 territories.
HONG KONG – BBC Worldwide, the commercial arm of venerable U.K. pubcaster British Broadcasting Corporation, is enjoying new success as a producer in India. After getting the Indian version “Dancing…
Pursuing its expansion across the Nordics, Amsterdam-based format production-distribution powerhouse Eyeworks is stepping into Finland with the acquisition of MRP Matila Röhr’s TV production…
Zodiak Americas has partnered with showrunner Jeff Apploff and his shingle Apploff Entertainment. Pact — the first of its kind of Zodiak Americas — calls for Apploff to create new reality formats…
As TV types head to Mip this spring, they're finding that traditional formats are returning with a twist — and that twist usually consists of interactivity or social media.
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