Teutonic heavyweight Bavaria Film and Sweden's Jarowskij Group have signed a joint venture to produce fictional series for the German speaking market and Eastern Europe.
Spanish film and TV production house Starline is driving into event miniseries production.
A Spanish-Portuguese bank, the Banco Espiritu Santo de Investimento (BESI), has taken a 25% stake in top Spanish toon house BRB Internacional. The deal came to light at the Mip market Tuesday in…
German media giant Kirch Group packed them in again Tuesday at the company's traditional Mip market get-together, the Beta Brunch.
Audiences for reality programming may be dipping, but the genre is still having a "huge impact" on television around the world, Paris-based research outfit Eurodata TV said at the Mip TV trade show…
Hispanic TV soon will be bubbling over with soaps. Brazilian mega-conglom Globo has finalized a five-year output deal with Telemundo that will see the U.S. Hispanic broadcaster airing annually at…
The international arm of 20th Century Fox is adding personnel in its Paris office in the wake of growth in programming and sales abroad.
The Disney Channel has taken Spanish pay TV rights to "Miniman," a 13-part animated series from Barcelona toon house Cromosoma.
Touted as this year's most expensive Euro TV project, the 40 million euros ($35 million) miniseries "Napoleon" is set to role May 21.
German sales company Peppermint has concluded a deal to exclusively handle rights for production association Producers AG.
Germany's Bavaria Film is entering a co-production alliance with Swedish TV production company Jarowskij.
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