Gallic commercial network TF1 has boarded "Brooklyn South," a New York-set dramedy produced by Luc Besson's EuropaCorp TV.
Harvey Weinstein is back in familiar stomping grounds this week -- Cannes -- for his first go-round at the Mipcom global TV sales market. If current trends at the Weinstein Co. continue, he could…
BBC Worldwide America has inked a co-production deal with PBS' long-running "Masterpiece" series and will produce two period telepics with the broadcast banner.
Chinese satcaster Heilongjiang is launching a local adaptation of the Netherlands' Entertainment Experience, a multi-platform format that results in a user-generated film.
Shine America's Ardaban and Leftfield Pictures are teaming for competish series "Treasure House."
The Canadian TV landscape is set to be radically rearranged yet again in the coming months if Bell Canada's proposed deal to take over rival broadcaster Astral Media is given regulatory approval
CANNES -- The Intl. Emmy Awards unveiled 38 nominees from 15 countries on the opening day of Mipcom TV mart in Cannes.
CANNES -- Hulu has acquired exclusive subscription VOD rights in the U.S. to the first two seasons of "Braquo," Olivier Marchal's dark-edged thriller skein.
YouTube has partnered with content providers in the U.K., Germany and France to feed 60 new channels as viewership rocketed to 4 billion hours a month, up from 3 billion hours earlier this year.
CANNES -- Disney is to bow a movies-on-demand service across Europe.
CANNES -- The international TV biz is becoming a high-stakes game similar to making features, according to the new head of FremantleMedia.