C5 brings “The Bachelor” back to the UK
Viacom-owned UK terrestrial network Channel 5 (C5) is reviving the UK version of The Bachelor after a six-year hiatus. Casting is underway to find the UK’s most eligible single man to take part in a 10×60’ version of the Warner Bros format, due to air on C5 next year.
India hooked on British drama
BBC Studios and HOOQ India announced on the first day of the Asia Pay TV Operators Summit (APOS) in Indonesia, a content deal that will give Indian viewers access to nearly 200 hours of top BBC drama including Luther, Maigret and Wolf Hall.
Audiomotion and Vicon Help Make Virtual into Reality for ‘Ready Player One’
Audiomotion in Collaboration with Digital Domain Used Vicon Vantage V16 Cameras and an Early Version of Shōgun Software; Nearly 60 Percent of the Film Featured Performance Capture.
Irdeto Acquires Denuvo
Irdeto and Denuvo join forces to combat piracy, protecting games on desktop, mobile, consoles and VR devices for Electronic Arts, UbiSoft, Warner Bros, and many others.
Maria Wern heads to MIPTV
Eccho Rights and Warner Bros. bringing Maria Wern to MipTV
Rewind collaborates with Warner Bros
Rewind Networks adds all-time favourites to HITS following deal with Warner Bros. International TelevisionDistribution.
CJ E&M to co-produce with Warner Bros.
Under the MOU, Studio Dragon and DramaFever are expected to develop and produce two originals within the next three years.
HOOQ’d up with Telkomsel
Telkomsel & simPATI partner with HOOQ, Asia’s largest video-on-demand service, for billing and bundling.