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Cameras roll on CBC’s Diggstown

The upcoming drama, exec produced by showrunner Floyd Kane, has added a raft of new faces like Wynonna Earp‘s Tim Rozon to its cast.

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Family Channel, CBBC get more Creeped Out

The kids channels have ordered a second season of the spooky series produced by DHX Media and BBC Children’s Productions.

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DHX closes Peanuts minority stake sale

The deal sees Sony Music Entertainment Japan buy 49% of the media co’s 80% interest in the Peanuts brand for $235.6 million in cash.

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DHX names new managing director for WildBrain

Former regional head of Vevo Jon Gisby joins the London, U.K.-based digital network.

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Cartoon Network preps DHX Media’s Mega Man

The new video game-based series will debut next month following WildBrain’s launch of a YouTube fan hub for the show.

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Why the market was ready for Marcie Diggs

Producers Floyd Kane and Amos Adetuyi discuss how a decade of Shondaland mega-hits helped pave the way for their upcoming CBC show, Diggstown.

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CRTC renews licences for DHX-owned channels

The commission set PNI spending at 13% of the previous year’s revenues, mandating that half of that be independently produced.

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More broadcasters join DHX’s Massive Monster Mayhem

Season one of the new live-action competition series has been picked up by five additional broadcasters in Europe and Australia.

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DHX sells portion of Peanuts brand to Sony Music Entertainment

The $237 million transaction will see DHX retain 41% of the brand, with the proceeds being used to reduce its debt.

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Steven DeNure to exit DHX Media

The company’s co-founder, president and COO is stepping down, with Josh Scherba named president and Aaron Ames named COO.

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Awards Roundup: Forte’s Snapshots wins kids Int’l Emmy

Plus: Halfire Entertainment’s Alias Grace nabs a Peabody nom and Canadians win at Hollyweb.

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Universal Kids, Family Channel commission Greenfields

The live-action comedy is produced by Six Eleven Media in association with DHX Television.