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Universal Channel to Launch in Germany

A German-language version of the pay-TV brand will premiere on Sky Deutschland and Deutsche Telecom on Sept.5

KidsCo to Debut Syfy Kids in Asia in July 2013

The international kids' network from NBCUniversal and Canada's Corus Entertainment will dub primetime content for the launch.

‘Battlestar Galactica,’ ‘Xena: Warrior Princess’ Returning to German TV

Germany's Tele 5 signs a package deal with NBCUniversal that includes several cult sci-fi and fantasy series, including "Hercules" and the Vin Diesel action pic "Pitch Black."

Universal Channel Takes ‘Bates Motel’ for U.K.

A&E has renewed the critically acclaimed series, a prequel to "Psycho," for a second season.

Amazon’s LoveFilm, NBCUniversal International TV Strike Content Deal

The agreement covers such shows as the U.S. version of "The Office," "30 Rock," "Heroes" and "Knight Rider."

NBCUniversal’s KidsCo Channel to Transmit From Canada

Minority investor Corus Entertainment will handle programming and scheduling duties for the global children's network from its production headquarters.

NBCUniversal Inks Movie Deal with Viasat for Russia, CIS

The multi-year deal includes titles such as "Ted," "The Lorax" and "The Bourne Legacy."

Julian Assange Telepic ‘Underground’ Confirmed for Toronto Film Festival Premiere

Network Ten in Australia commissioned the film from Matchbox Pictures and will air it later in the year.

Germany’s Maxdome Inks VOD Deal With NBCUniversal

The agreement includes rights to "Battleship," "Ted" and "Snow White and the Huntsman."

NBCUniversal International Television Hires Digital Guru

London-based Bruce Mitchell will oversee the LA-based international digital team for E! Entertainment and focus on growing NBCUniversal's TV networks online.

NBCUniversal, China’s Youku Reach Online VOD Deal

Films covered by the agreement include new fare, such as "Safe House," "The Lorax" and "Battleship," and library titles like "Schindler's List" and "The Mummy."

Sam Worthington to Produce World War I Miniseries for Australia’s Foxtel

The six-hour series will mark the 100th anniversary of the bungled Gallipoli campaign that involved a team of journalists including Rupert Murdoch's father.