In today’s ‘Extra,’ WildBear and CCTV10 coproduce a doc on the Chinese-Japanese conflict that led into World War II, and Cineflix Rights sends more than 200 hours to Italy and France.
Cable channel and digital net Fusion has shuffled its content team, with Keith Summa (pictured, right) promoted to SVP of content and programming, and George Lansbury (left) upped to SVP of production and programming. (Pictured, center: Alex Madrigal)
In today’s ‘Extra,’ Spanish production outfit Globomedia names Javier Pons as GM, Bravo launches digital short series Million Dollar Listing’s Ka-Ching!, and The Voice Kids heads to Kazakhstan.
The digital division of Endemol Shine North America has appointed former Maker Studios and Google exec Todd Barrish (pictured) to the post of executive VP of creative partnerships.
As part of an overhaul of the UK pubcaster, the BBC Trust will be scrapped, the license fee will continue and “distinctiveness” and diversity will be enshrined in the BBC’s mission statement.
Discovery Communications is investing in India’s Turmeric Vision Private Limited, which owns and operates popular culinary pay-TV net, FoodFood. (Pictured: FoodFood brand ambassador Sanjeev Kapoor)