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CASBAA, the Asian trade body serving the pay-TV industry, has created a coalition against piracy targeting Illicit Streaming Devices (ISDs) with the formation of Coalition Against Piracy (CAP).
UK pubcaster the BBC’s commercial arm BBC Worldwide has pre-sold BBC Studios Natural History Unit’s new series, ‘Blue Planet II’, to broadcasters around the globe.
UK pubcaster BBC Worldwide has said that its Director of News and Current Affairs James Harding will stand down at the beginning of the new year. James is leaving the BBC to set up his own news media venture.
Voot has launched a new original web series titled ‘Stupid Man Smart Phone’. The digital survival series has Vodafone and Motorola as presenting and powered-by sponsors.
BBC Worldwide has inked a deal that sees for the first time a BBC Earth branded block in South Korea.
Thirty content creators and on-demand entertainment companies from around the world including Star, Fox and Sky have launched the Alliance for Creativity and Entertainment (ACE), a new global coalition dedicated to protecting the dynamic legal market for creative content and reducing online piracy.
MIB granted licences to 6 TV channels in Mar. This included 4 non-news and 2 news channels. Arnab Goswami’s Republic TV received the licence on 1 Mar. Sony received a downlinking licence under the name Sony Aath.
Google and BBC Worldwide have teamed up to offer visitors to the new Google Earth a taste of world-renowned nature programming and storytelling, with a shared desire to inspire audiences to explore and foster a deeper connection with our planet.
BBC Worldwide has signed a pan-regional deal with Central Media Enterprise Group, which will see ‘Dancing with the Stars’ available across five territories in Central Europe, as part of the Group’s portfolio of commercial broadcasters.