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November 17, 2020

Baidu Paying $3.6 Billion for JOYY's China Live-Streaming Business

Baidu agrees to pay $3.6 billion for JOYY’s China live-streaming business in a catch-up move behind Bytedance and Tencent.

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Banijay France, Malika Abdellaoui Team on Marathon Studio to Increase Scripted Output (EXCLUSIVE)

Banijay France has entered a joint venture with Malika Abdellaoui to launch Marathon Studio to ramp up its output in the scripted landscape.

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'The Square' Director Ruben Ostlund Speaks About Followup 'Triangle of Sadness'

Ruben Ostlund, Palme d’Or winner and Oscar nominated for “The Square,” has wrapped “Triangle of Sadness.”

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China Video Streamer iQIYI Stands Still After Cutting Content Investment

Chinese video streamer iQIYI stands still after a cut in content investment that dented subscriptions and licensing revenue.

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U.K. Public Service Broadcasters Doing More to Promote Diversity, Says Chief of Producers' Body PACT

U.K. public service broadcasters are doing "more" to tackle inequality and diversity issues in the TV industry, says PACT chief John McVay.

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Bella Thorne Teen Movie 'Time Is Up' Shooting in Italy

Bella Thorne teen romancer 'Time Is Up' is shooting in Italy where production is going full steam ahead.

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U.K. Broadcaster ITV Commissions 'The Long Call' From 'Vera' Writer Ann Cleeves - Global Bulletin

ITV orders detective series; WarnerMedia, Blue Ant Media and Rogo Productions strengthen teams; Comedy Central orders Rhod Gilbert show.

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Grasshopper Film Acquires Venice Prizewinning Sci-Fi Drama 'Atlantis' (EXCLUSIVE)

Grasshopper Film has acquired North American rights to Valentyn Vasyanovych’s sci-fi drama "Atlantis," Ukraine’s Oscar entry.

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Spain's Malaga Festival Builds, Broadens in Reach, Industry Heft

From embracing Latin America to multiple industry initiatives, Malaga now forms part of an international Spanish-language production scene.


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