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    Cartoon Network International News Thread 10.0

    Promo for Jellystone! coming soon to Cartoon Network UK.
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    General International TV Channels Thread

    Only a logo swap would be required, the "Reithing" process has already been done. I wonder if there will be new countdowns, they're more than likely keep the music by David Lowe.
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    General International TV Channels Thread

    They usually hire London-based translators to deal with these type of things.
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    International HBO Max News Thread

    TBI: Television Business International Exclusive: HBO Max could become available in major territories in Europe including France, the UK, Germany and Italy before existing output deals with third-parties expire. Exclusive: WarnerMedia eyes major European markets as HBO Max expands
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    Are people really upset about Boomerang being changed?

    They all had challenges and made silly mistakes, I often defend Stuart Snyder because he greenlit Adventure Time, Regular Show, Steven Universe etc. which people often forget about, they remember the negative but hardly ever the positive. Christina Miller ran Cartoon Network like a business...
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    Are people really upset about Boomerang being changed?

    It happened early in Christina Miller's tenure, so the Boomerang rebrand was one of the first things she did, same with Tom Ascheim and Cartoonito. Not sure if it was already in the works before then or she was secretly in the role. Christina's legacy was mixed, shame it was tainted by the...
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    James Bond 007 in "No Time To Die" Talkback (Spoilers)

    Seen No Time To Die last Saturday as it's already out here, it was a great way to wrap up the Daniel Craig era, definitely worth a watch at the cinema.
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    General International TV Channels Thread

    It was in the sense that it was a side project by Sky by offering a lighter budget alternative via streaming, it was their first foray into streaming, but remains a product in itself. The ongoing feedback and technical experience of NOW TV led to Sky by Internet, and this new Sky Glass TV.
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    Cartoon Network International News Thread 10.0

    Cartoon Network announces second season of CN Tubers: Famous YouTube stars and Saudi Reporters, Rakkan and Fasooly will return to the show, while Rozzah and Mariam Hussein will make their debut. https://www.digitalstudiome.com/news/cartoon-network-announces-second-season-of-cn-tubers
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    General International TV Channels Thread

    Press release: Introducing Sky Glass, the new streaming TV from Sky I guess this is a beta infrastructure test run for internet enabled broadcasting on Sky Q boxes, NOW TV was basically an alpha test. I suppose they released Sky Glass in the UK first as we still yet to have an internet TV option.
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    General International TV Channels Thread

    Streaming is now officially more popular than pay-TV in the UK: Streaming more popular than pay TV in UK claims report
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    International Disney+ News Thread

    Disney+ EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Africa) has appointed Evert van der Veer as VP of programming, based in Amsterdam he joined Disney on 4th October and is now responsible for shaping Disney+ programming strategy across EMEA. He will also travel regularly to London and other EMEA markets...
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    International HBO Max News Thread

    Today was HBO Max's first live event for Europe ready for the SVOD's launch in the Nordics and Spain on 26th October: Also here's the press release and summary: HBO Max Unveils Its Streaming Platform Ahead of Launch in Europe
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    International Disney+ News Thread

    French TV provider Free has integrated Disney+ in its Freebox Delta avec Player Devialet and Freebox One products, enabling subscribers to watch the streamer directly via these devices. Free is also offering access to Disney+ at no additional charge for the first six months...
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    Cartoon Network USA and HBO Max Acquires Broadcasting and Streaming Rights To UK Animated Series - Dodo

    WarnerMedia Kids & Family in the US has acquired the streaming and broadcasting rights to UK animated series Dodo for HBO Max and Cartoon Network USA. The show is made by UK prodco Wildseed Studios (known for Netflix series The Last Bus and Counterfeit Cat for Disney). Dodo follows Joe as he...
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    General International TV Channels Thread

    Warner TV will officially launch in Romania on 23rd October under the slogan "Entertainment Nelimitat" (or "Unlimited Entertainment" in English). The new television station will replace TNT as part of an extensive European-level rebranding process. ENTERTAINMENT NELIMITAT DIN 23 OCTOMBRIE LA...
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    General International TV Channels Thread

    Yes and No, you can't blame the article if it's the fault of the broadcaster if they carelessly disclosed false info. However, the article can be blamed for not providing enough concrete evidence as verification. But either way, there's an element of truth to the news, as the regional HD feeds...
  18. RegularCapital

    General International TV Channels Thread

    An update regarding the localised BBC One HD feeds, the mention of a October launch was a mistake on the BBC's part as mentioned on the schedule pages, the actual launch will be in 2022, but it seems that they're in no rush to fix the issue...
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    Why are US TV ratings so poor?

    As a Brit, I can post about the UK perspective of things: 1. Public Service Broadcasting: Unlike the U.S., the major four broadcasters have to provide a service to the public and must offer a variety of programming of what the public wants in terms of entertainment, arts and culture. Here, we...
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    General International TV Channels Thread

    Unbelievable, it's been a week and Channel 4 is still borked when it enters and leaves ad breaks. I guess any renewal of Red Bee's playout contract is now questionable, although they could argue that Channel 4 didn't agree to any redundancy contingency plan. BBC had less of a problem as they...

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