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Global media brand Viacom International Media Networks (VIMN) has acquired from De Agostini Editore the remaining half of Super Broadcast S.R.L, the company that owns and operates free-to-air kids’ TV channel, Super!

Strengthening its commitment to media and entertainment industry clients in a deal that will see France's second-largest dubbing agency join forces with a leader in translation, TransPerfect has bought Lylo Media group.

With the industry looking on eagle eyed as to whether the SVOD leader would bounce back from its generally accepted disappointing second quarter that had some talking about secular decline, Netflix has partially answered the critics with a Q3 seeing revenues rising substantially year-on-year and operating incomes doubling.
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Calling on the entertainment industry to put forward rising stars, the industry-wide not-for-profit organisation that helps young executives to build successful careers in the international television business, The David Lyle Foundation, has announced the closing date for applications for its inaugural annual scholarship.

In a move that comms giant would surely snap up with great gusto, AT&T is reported to have received an offer from private equity firm Apollo Global Management to take a significant stake in its currently ailing DirecTV unit.

Reflecting market growth, and indeed its expansion in the EMEA region, online video advertising yield optimisation platform provider Telaria has appointed Jenny Antoniou as publisher account director of ad operations.

Despite growing demand for its popular core over-the-top service, Eros International has reported a challenging start to its 2020 fiscal year with an annual and quarterly decline in revenues and flat profits.

Content and global distribution company GRB Studios and Zig Zag Productions have announced the inking of a co-production agreement which will see the two companies aligning on the shopping and production of selected unscripted projects in the US and UK.