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BARB ratings for 2016 have shown that E4, the digital service of the UK’s fourth largest broadcaster Channel 4, has recorded a record-breaking start to the year.

Brazil’s Globosat has acquired Spotless, a one-hour dark drama.

The Hispanic Information and Telecommunications Network (HITN) has partnered with Natcom to include health and lifestyle segments as part of its regular programming.

Fox International Productions (FIP) and FOX Networks Group Asia (FNG Asia) are teaming to develop and co-produce Chinese-language content, including films, mini-series and TV series.

The new factual entertainment format Marry Me Now from Armoza Formats has been been given the thumbs up by production houses in France and Australia.

As part of its plans to expand its network of media partners in China, Singapore-based Chinese television content syndicator and aggregator MyChinaChannel has beefed up its senior management.

Acorn has acquired the electronic-sell-through (EST) and home video rights in North America to And Then There Were None.

Feeln, the subscription video-on-demand (SVOD) subsidiary of Hallmark Cards, is prepping Wonder Women: Heroic Forces, a docu-series that explores the combined talents of ordinary women who band together to do extraordinary work.