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MIPCOM 2012: Keshet International Licenses Docu-Comedy With Endemol

On the last day at Mipcom,”Help Our Daughter Find Love” is licensed in five new territories.

Mipcom 2012: Lionsgate’s ‘Nashville’ Sells to U.K.’s Channel Four (Exclusive)

The other top U.S. dramas at the market, including “Last Resort,” “Revolution” and “Beauty and the Beast” are closing in on lucrative British broadcast deals.

MIPCOM 2012: Shine, Shanghai Media Group Unveil ‘MasterChef,’ ‘Minute To Win It’ Deals for China

“MasterChef” China's return follows the success of the cooking format's debut series on Dragon TV.

Mipcom 2012: 10th Season of CBS’s ‘NCIS’ Has Promise

A two-parter focusing on post-traumatic stress is among the highlights in the just started 10th season of CBS's stalwart series “NCIS.”

Mipcom 2012: Starz’s Spartacus Headed to Scandinavia

HBO Nordic will also exclusively air future Starz Original series and additional movie content.

MIPCOM 2012: Digital Deals Becoming Key Part of TV Producers’ Business

FremantleMedia, the production arm of Bertelsmann's RTL Group, unveiled several digital initiatives at the market, including one with Michael Eisner's Vuguru.

Reconfigured NATPE Ends on Upbeat Note Despite Elevator ‘Hiccup’

Even with hourlong waits to get to meetings in hotel suites, many attendees were satisfied with the annual TV convention's new Miami home.

Venevision, RMG News Ink Deal at NATPE

On the last day of the three-day NATPE TV sales bazaar in Miami on Wednesday, Venezuela's Venevision inked a deal with RMG News for the foreign rights to sell its catalogue of news clips.

Univision’s Goal: Number One Network in Five Years

The Hispanic network and counterpart Telemundo tell NAPTE audience that original content is key to growth.

Regis Philbin: I Spent 18 Months Playing Pac-Man Before ABC Hired Me

The "Live With Regis and Kelly" co-host was honored Tuesday with NATPE's Brandon Tartikoff Award, named after the late NBC exec who fired him 30 years ago.

‘Walking Dead’s’ Gale Anne Hurd: A Zombie Apocalypse ‘Was Less Scary’ Than Financial Meltdown

Producer Gale Anne Hurd, who is billed here at NATPE as the queen of sci-fi, thinks zombies are just what's needed to offset today's real-life anxieties.

BBC Looks to Enhance Programming via the Web

The broadcaster's former head of digital, Simon Nelson, says focus is on ambitious web projects centered around popular programs, such as the recent "Dr. Who" game that attracted 2 million downloads.