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Blue Ant Media, Blink Films ink output deal

The two-year partnership will see the London, U.K.-based prodco create seven original series for Love Nature.

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Deals: Breakthrough, Facet4, CTV

Bell Media inks a deal with Electus to bring a U.S. competition series north of the border, plus more deals.

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FYI orders up CMJ Productions’ series

The Know it All Guide to…, which is coproduced with Blue Ant Media, will be shopped at MIPTV in April.

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France’s Canal Plus picks up Cardinal

The Sienna Films and eOne drama has proved a hot commodity in European markets, having already sold to numerous broadcasters, including the U.K.’s BBC.

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In Brief: The Recall gets release; Cameras roll on APTN original

Minds Eye Entertainment’s sci-fi thriller will be released in Barco Escape theatres, production is underway on Quest Out West: Wild Food, and more.

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Cameras roll on Reboot: The Guardian Code

The reimagined version of the classic YTV series is produced by Vancouver’s Mainframe Studios.

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Know your audience, know your platform

What can producers learn from the world of branded content? Here are three takeaways from the BCON Expo in Toronto.

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Wynonna Earp swaps CHCH for Space

Bell Media has joined the Emily Andras series as a production partner for season two, which is currently shooting in Calgary.

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Seven24, Joe Media top Rosies nominations

Check out the finalists for the 43rd edition of the Alberta awards, including best drama noms for Heartland, Hell On Wheels and Wynonna Earp.

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DHX, CBBC greenlight Creeped Out

The 13-part coproduction will shoot in the U.K. and Canada, with Bruce McDonald set to direct domestically shot episodes.

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Corus Studios inks int’l deals for Masters of Flip, Buying the View

The lifestyle series have now sold in more than 200 territories combined.

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What’s trending in kids content?

Disney exec Paul DeBenedittis on audience sophistication, making existing formats fresh and what not to pitch (hint: no zombie-apocalypse shows, please).