Gallic production and distribution company Cyber Animation is launching a news and documentary division and changing its name to Cyber Group.
Australia's "Scorched," the U.K.'s "Battlefront" and "Britain From Above" won the three Intl. Digital Emmy Awards given out at Mip TV on Monday.
Documentaries dealing with sciences, current affairs and history topped the list of most-watched programs at the two-day MipDoc mart, which wrapped on Sunday.
Toronto-based production and sales house Portfolio is teaming with Canadian animation cable channel Teletoon to produce toon series "Hood."
Shine-owned U.S. production company Reveille has optioned Scandinavian format "Don't Date Him Girl" for a possible U.S. makeover.
Lionsgate has sold "Crash," "The Guard" and "Fear Itself" to Gallic telco giant France Telecom-Orange for its Orange Cinema Series.
With a slew of deals at the Mip TV programming mart in Cannes and a number of new pay TV channels ready to go on air, the Teutonic TV industry appears to be weathering the financial crisis better…
Electronic Arts and Starz Media are readying their second animated feature, "Dante's Inferno," based on the videogame bowing next year.
U.K.-based conglom FremantleMedia Enterprises, well-known for its global stable of unscripted fare, is looking to expand its footprint in the drama arena.
RelativityReal, the reality TV production arm of Ryan Kavanaugh's Relativity Media, has inked an international distribution pact with Sony Pictures TV.
Comcast Intl. Media Group has licensed more than 450 hours of E! personality-driven programming since October's Mipcom TV mart.