CANNES -- U.K. based shingle Shine and China's Shanghai Media Group are collaborating on a second run of "MasterChef," and a locally produced version of gameshow "Minute to Win It" for SMG's Dragon…
CANNES -- The Weinstein Co. is set to expand significantly its TV portfolio with the World Dance Awards, a large-scale global event produced by the New York-based powerhouse, in partnership with…
CANNES -- Rolling off "Dragon Ball Z," Japan's Toei Animation is planning a bigscreen reboot of cult 1980s manga skein "Saint Seiya: Knights of the Zodiak."
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The head of Conde Nast's entertainment division has warned TV players that they need to take the threat of digital media seriously or risk going the way of the music biz.
CANNES -- National Geographic Channels Intl. has pre-bought "Apocalypse : World War One," the latest opus of the blockbuster docu franchise "Apocalypse," from France Televisions Distribution, the…
The BBC is getting into bed with U.S. online player Hulu again for "The Wrong Mans," a dramedy starring James Corden.
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."