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Polsat makes digital originals move

Polish pay and free TV broadcaster Polsat Group has selected the first four film and TV original projects to come out of its Cyfrowa Strefa Twórców (Digital Zone) project. Polsat said it that over 250 pitches for films and TV series had been made under the Cyfrowa Strefa Twórców initiative, a digital platform designed and […]

Talpa sends Superkids to Poland

Polish broadcaster Polsat has ordered a local version of kids talent series Superkids. The show launched on free-to-air channel RTL4 in the Netherlands earlier this year, winning a 25% share in the 20-49s in its Friday night slot. In the series children aged 6-14 compete to be named the country’s most talented kid across various […]

Sky Vision’s What Went Down generates sales

More than 60 territories have taken on user-generated content clip show What Went Down since its launch at MIPCOM last year, distributor Sky Vision has said. The 104×30 factual entertainment show has gone to broadcasters including Fox International Channels in Finland and the Netherlands, Seven Network in Australia, Globosat in Brazil, TV2 in Denmark and […]

Polish sale for Global’s Shopping Monsters

Global Agency format Shopping Monsters is getting a Polish remake. Polsat Café, which is part of broadcaster group Polsat, has licensed the format, and will launch its own version in September. The daily competition reality format sees five women compete to see who can get the best makeover in a limited amount of time and […]

Trio of scripted format deals for Sony

Sony Pictures Television has inked deals for local versions of three of its drama series: Lost Girl, First Love and Los Caballeros las Prefieren Brutas. SPT’s Russian production division will make a local version of Lost Girl (pictured) for the free-to-air TV-3 channel. The original series was produced by Prodigy Pictures for Showtime Canada. Ukrainian […]