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  • Disney unveils DTC, int'l team
    The Walt Disney Company's direct-to-consumer and international arm has named its key executives ready for the closure of Disney’s deal for 21st Century Fox assets.
  • Originals to beat licensed content on Netflix
    Demand for Netflix originals is set to outstrip that for licensed content by the autumn of 2019, supporting the streamer’s strategy to have over half of its library made up of original material, research has found.
  • The Voice heard around the world
    Argentinian broadcaster Telefe has renewed Dutch firm Talpa Media’s singing format The Voice for a new season, while Lithuania’s LNK has ordered a new version of The Voice Kids.

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  • Australia’s mirror to our planet
    By Laura Marshall
    UK factual indie Icon Films’ MD reports from last week’s World Congress of Science & Factual Producers in Brisbane, where environmental concerns and how TV can help were paramount.
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