Alibaba Quarterly Earning Slump; Ncuti Gatwa Reprises 'Sex Education' Role; Inside U.K. TV Negotiations Breakdown

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August 04, 2022

Quarterly Earnings Slump Adds to Humiliation of Alibaba

A drop in quarterly earnings at Alibaba reflects political humiliation of the tech giant as much the impact of China's flagging economy.

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Ncuti Gatwa to Return for 'Sex Education' Season 4 (EXCLUSIVE)

Despite his new role as Doctor Who, Ncuti Gatwa is set to return for the fourth season of Netflix hit 'Sex Education.'

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How the Breakdown in U.K. TV Negotiations Could Disrupt Production Worldwide: 'It's Gonna Be Chaos'

There could be 'chaos' across U.K. production if British producers and crews don't reach an agreement over TV drama terms by Sept. 1.

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DJ Tim Westwood Inquiry: BBC Board Appoints Independent Reviewer

The BBC Board has appointed an independent reviewer to examine concerns regarding DJ Tim Westwood’s conduct during his time with the B …

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Sony Pictures Classics Chiefs Michael Barker and Tom Bernard to Receive Game Changer Award at Zurich Festival

Sony Pictures Classics co-founders Michael Barker and Tom Bernard will receive the Game Changer Award at the Zurich Film Festival.

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'Magnetic Beats' Director Sets Crime Thriller 'De Grace' for Mediawan Banner, Arte France (EXCLUSIVE)

Vincent Maël Cardona, whose 2021 pic 'Magnetic Beats' won a Cesar Award for best first film, is set to direct crime thriller 'De Gr&aci …

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Video Content Budgets Across Korea, India and Southeast Asia Set to Grow 15% to $12 Billion, MPA Report Forecasts

Video content budgets across Korea, India and Southeast Asia are forecast to grow 15% to $12 billion in 2022, according to an MPA report.

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U.K. SVOD Access Declines, BARB Survey Reveals - Global Bulletin

The number of U.K. households with access to an SVOD service has declined, a survey for the second quarter of 2022 by BARB has revealed.

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Female Representation Report Is 'Wake-Up Call' for Indian Film and TV Sectors

A report reveals an abysmal state of affairs in on- and off-screen representation of women in India's film and TV sectors.



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