HBO Max Falters Internationally; RTL Group Ups Revenue; Amazon Prime Video Orders Nigerian Originals

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August 05, 2022

Why HBO Max May Already Have Lost the International Streaming Race - Analysis

Even as it plans for a merged HBO Max and Discovery+, WBD should consider that it may never fully catch up in international streaming.

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RTL Group Increases Revenue to $3.3 Billion Despite Macro Uncertainties, But First-Half Profits Slide

RTL Group, which owns Fremantle, increased first half revenues by 9% to $3.35 billion and remains upbeat, despite Europe's uncertainties.

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Amazon Prime Video Adapts 'LOL' Format in Nigeria, Orders 'Gangs of Lagos' and Opens Local Currency Services

Prime Video has ordered the Nigerian originals 'Gangs of Lagos' and 'LOL: Last One Laughing Naija,' and opened up local currency services.

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'My Neighbor, Adolf' Director Leon Prudovsky Lines Up Next Film (EXCLUSIVE)

Leon Prudovsky, whose 'My Neighbor, Adolf' premieres at Locarno, will make a feature version of his short 'Welcome, and our Condolences.'

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Yash Raj Films Celebrates Multiculturalism With 'Come Fall In Love - The DDLJ Musical' (EXCLUSIVE)

Aditya Chopra's U.S. stage musical reimagining of his 1995 film 'Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge,' addresses the need for cultural unification.

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Sky Seals Key Serie A Soccer Deal With DAZN in Italy

Sky Italia has sealed a key deal for Serie A soccer under which it will carry the Dazn app that transmits the bulk of live Italian matches.

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Paramount+ Unveils U.K., Ireland Exclusive Acquisitions Including 'La Brea,' Jake Johnson's 'Minx'

Paramount+ has unveiled its latest exclusive acquisitions for the U.K. and Ireland, including 'Minx' and 'La Brea,' which debut in August.

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'House of the Lost on the Cape' Finds Way to U.S. Release, Crunchyroll Buys RightStuf - Global Bulletin

'The House of the Lost on the Cape' finds its way to U.S. release, while Crunchyroll buys Right Stuf - Global Bulletin.

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With Tainy Partnership, TV and Film Projects, Lex Borrero Is Out to Elevate Latin Entertainment

Lex Borrero on his upcoming music docs, the production of a Stan Lee-approved Latin superhero and the key to his entrepreneurial evolution.

                                                           

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