Gloomy docs dominated at the Mipdoc documentary market. Global warming, the looming threat of no more oil reserves and the harmful health effects of mobile phones were just some of the depressing…
Cablevision-owned VOOM HD Networks has inked a carriage agreement with satcaster Orbit in the Mideast to launch its VOOM HD channel in that region. The agreement heralds VOOM HD as the first high-def…
The 44th annual Mip TV opens its doors today in Cannes, with most of the panel sessions peppered with new media pundits, but most of the deals still put together by old-line TV players.
Domestic Film DAILY
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The Maze Runner
The Maze Runner1Daily:$1.9M Cumulative:$34.4M Fox -76.03%
A Walk Among the Tombstones
A Walk Among the Tombstones2Daily:$962,590 Cumulative:$13.7M Universal Pictures -67.12%
This Is Where I Leave You
This Is Where I Leave You3Daily:$864,209 Cumulative:$12.4M Warner Brothers -68.56%
MTV Networks Intl. (MTVNI) is embarking on a major digital push for Comedy Central's "South Park" at this week's Mip TV program market in Cannes, as it looks extend the long-running animated series…
L.A.-based Regent Entertainment has just switched its output deal for telepics from TeleCinco to Antena3 in Spain. Company has also formalized a similar supply arrangement with TF1 in France.
RLTV, the first-ever niche channel devoted to retirement living, has just inked its first-ever foreign distribution deal. Starting in June, RLTV content will be aired on Canada's S-Vox channel called…
E! Networks will exclusively rep programming overseas from TV One, a U.S. Producer of African-American lifestyle content. At Mip E! will begin licensing 50 hours from the TV One catalog, including…
On the eve of the Mip TV programming sales market in Cannes, reality producer Mark Burnett unveiled a joint venture with top Gaul player Endemol France. New entity, to be called Mark Burnett Prods…
It's not just German film that's experiencing a renaissance. Teutonic TV shows and formats have been attracting plenty of foreign interest ahead of this week's MipTV content mart in Cannes.
The Korean TV market has long been a tough nut to crack for foreign programming, in part due to regulations and viewers' support of local product.