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IMAX expands Fox deal

IMAX expands Fox deal

Giant cinema screen operator IMAX has renewed and expanded its existing multi-screen deal with 21st Century Fox. Its first deal with Fox was signed back in October 2015. This new…

Bake-Off for Mexico, Bulgaria

BBC Worldwide has announced new format sales ahead of MIPCOM next month. The Great Bake Off format was sold to NOVA in Bulgaria, while in Mexico it was licensed to…

More Evil Dead for Virgin Media

More Evil Dead for Virgin Media

Virgin Media is bringing the eagerly anticipated second series of Ash vs Evil Dead exclusively to Virgin TV customers in the UK, from October 3rd.  Season 2 of the Starz…

Publican hit with £10K fine for illegal Sky use

Following a successful prosecution by the Federation Against Copyright Theft (FACT), the Designated Premises Supervisor of the Bay Horse Hotel in the northern England city of Leeds has been convicted…

C4 to continue Paralympics coverage

Channel 4 will air the next Summer and Winter Paralympics following its well received coverage from Rio. A letter of intent signed with the International Paralympic Committee covers the 2018…

Study: ‘Fair use’ should be narrowed

Copyright provides broad protection for artists and creators, but these rights are not without limit. In the United States, for instance, the US Copyright Act permits the ‘fair use’ of…

Clarkson debuts on Amazon Nov 18

Clarkson debuts on Amazon Nov 18

Amazon has announced the highly-anticipated launch date of the new Amazon Original series The Grand Tour with Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May. New episodes will be released weekly…

Britain’s Got Talent, X Factor on ITV until 2019

UK commercial broadcaster ITV has confirmed a new three-year deal for Britain’s Got Talent and The X Factor, which will see two of the UK’s biggest television formats continuing on…

EC copyright reforms: Industry reaction

EC copyright reforms: Industry reaction

Following the EC’s publication of its copyright reforms, a number of industry observers and trade bodies have reacted to the proposed changes, with many expressing concern at the ramifications for…

US creatives reject revised FCC STB proposal

The Copyright Alliance, a diverse group of US creative industry companies, advocacy groups, labour unions, associations, and programmers that raised concerns in April and May about the Federal Communications Commission’s…

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