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  1. 'The Flash,' 'Arrow' Headed to Canadian SVOD Project Latte

    12:47 pm 11/26/2014

    The upstart streamer unveiled a sci-fi slate that includes 'Orphan Black' and 'Doctor Who'Read more

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  2. Canadian SVOD Shomi to Launch Tuesday Against Netflix Canada

    8:27 am 11/3/2014

    The upstart will stream U.S. TV hits including 'Modern Family' and '2 Broke Girls'Read more

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  3. Warner Bros. Extends Multiyear Deal With Germany's Sky Deutschland

    5:47 am 10/29/2014

    The all-platform deal gives Sky German-language on demand and pay-TV rights to Warner films such as 'Interstellar' and 'Horrible Bosses 2'Read more

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  4. Warner Bros. Signs TV Supply Deal With Canadian SVOD Shomi

    5:38 pm 10/23/2014

    The pact includes popular U.S. shows like '2 Broke Girls' and 'Two and a Half Men'Read more

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  5. Warner Bros. Sells Nude Dating Show 'Adam Looking for Eve' in Germany, Spain

    11:04 am 7/14/2014

    The deals for the non-fiction format from reality giant Eyeworks are the first since Warner Bros. acquired Eyeworks' international operations in June.Read more

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  6. Warner Bros. TV Group Completes Eyeworks Takeover

    6:17 am 6/2/2014

    The deal will see WB Television Group acquire all of Eyeworks' operations outside the United States. Read more

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  7. Warner Bros. International TV Circling Dutch Production Giant Eyeworks (Reports)

    6:32 am 1/7/2014

    Time Warner's global production division is said to be in talks to take full control of the company behind reality TV shows like ABC's "Splash."Read more

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  8. MIPCOM: With 'Scandal' and 'Scooby-Doo' Germany's Super RTL Takes on Disney Channel

    2:55 am 10/8/2013

    Europe's No. 1 kids' channel shakes up its schedule in preparation for the free TV launch of its competitor.Read more

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  9. 'The O.C.' Gets Turkish Adaptation

    12:34 pm 9/17/2013

    The 13-episode season marks the first local adaptation of the Warner Bros. Television series created by Josh Schwartz.Read more

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