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Sky strikes Now TV deal with Vodafone 16 January 2015

UK pay TV operator BSkyB is making on-demand service Now TV available to Vodafone Red 4G customers in its first deal for the over-the-top video service with a UK mobile network. Vodafone customers signing up to pay-monthly Red 4G plans will get a Now TV Entertainment Pass, free of charge and for the length of their contract. This …

Nine’s SVOD service to launch with Better Call Saul 16 January 2015

Nine Network’s upcoming A$100 million (US$86.7 million) SVOD service will launch in the new year, with the acquisition of Breaking Badspin-off Better Call Saul in the bag. Australia has few SVOD options, which has lead to many consumers illegally accessing overseas versions of Netflix in order to binge-watch programming. The A$10 a month Stan will now …

Calemzuk forms Rampante, teams with Time 16 January 2015

Former Fox and Shine boss Emiliano Calemzuk has created a new content company, Rampante, and teamed up with publishing group Time Inc. to form a new production company. The new prodco will make video content for a new multiplatform library and will also help Time distribute its video content. Time Inc. brands include Sports Illustrated, Entertainment Weekly, …

FCCE reveals ‘world’s first African superhero’ 15 January 2015

Holland-based distributor FCCE has taken a series that’s billed as starring “the world’s first mainstream African-based superhero” to Discop Africa. The FCCE exec added that: “With the huge success of drama series at free-to-air channels, digital channels and VOD platforms like Netflix we automatically see a growing demand for high quality drama series. In our constant …

TVN buys Seven, Channel 5 shows 15 January 2015

Poland’s TVN has acquired programmes including Seven Network’sWorld’s Richest Dogs from distributor TCB Rights. Other newly-announced TCB deals include a 33-hour VOD deal with Krakow-based Grupa Onet and a series of programme sales to AMC Networks Europe.Czech Republic’s FTV Prima has bought a 20-hour package. Why drive traffic to 3rd party Video sites like YouTube and …

DHX cuts Chinese streaming deal with CCTV 15 January 2015

Canada-listed kids producer and distributor DHX has struck a streaming deal with China National Television, the new media division of Chinese state broadcaster CCTV. The pair will launch a new streaming platform in China that will carry DHX’s kids and family programming. DHX will provide 700 half hours of kids fare, in Mandarin, for the new service, …

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