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Highway Thru Hell

Discovery reveals fall slate, season renewals

Four Canadian shows have received greenlights for new seasons, including Highway Thru Hell (pictured).

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W Net renews Game of Homes

Production on the second season is scheduled to begin this fall.

Game of Homes

W targets renovators with Game of Homes push

The W Network is marking the start of its biggest-ever competition series with a national multi-platform push, including large-format outdoor.

Game of Homes

W Net readies digital companion to Game of Homes

Five webisodes of Cameron’s House Rules will roll out on various W Network digital properties the same day Game of Homes bows on the channel.

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Great Pacific Media’s Airshow takes off on Discovery

With pilot/CEO Mark Miller at the helm, Discovery’s Edwina Follows said Great Pacific’s aeronautics-themed series pitch had all the right ingredients for the channel’s male-skewing audience.

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Great Pacific Media acquired by Thunderbird Films

The Highway Thru Hell (pictured) producer becomes a new division of Thunderbird Films as it moves more into the factual TV space after a focus on scripted TV series.

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MIPTV ’14: Airshow, 3 Chefs, 1 City, en route to Cannes

New titles Beyond Distribution will bring to Cannes include series from Canadian prodcos Great Pacific Media, Re:Source Media, and Castlewood Productions. (Airshow pictured)

Canadian money

Bell Fund spreads $2.74M over 15 projects, adds fourth deadline

Insight Productions, Antica Productions, Zone 3 and Great Pacific Media are among those receiving funding.

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Nat Geo picks up Highway Thru Hell

The U.S. cable network has picked up Vancouver-based Great Pacific Media’s unscripted series about a Canadian highway rescue team (pictured) from Beyond Distribution.

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Great Pacific Media ramps up with hires

New staff includes Australian Greg Thorpe and long-time industry accountant Mike Sloane.