The second half of 2023 will see the inauguration of a new fund for the international co-production of TV drama series from the Council of Europe's film fund Eurimages.
Vimeo CEO Anjali Sud has never been a fan of the independent producers who produced much of the company's revenue. Once indifferent to filmmakers, animators, and video artists, however, there's now an active drive to eradicate them from the platform.
Beginning on June 23, two new shows will be available on HBCU Go, a free digital platform provided by Allen Media Group for the 107 Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) across the country.
CBC/Radio Canada, which is Canada's public broadcaster, has had its federal broadcast license renewed until 2027. However, it now has to help independent TV producers in "equity-seeking" communities for the first time.
Don't Hug Me, I'm Scared, a British horror-comedy online series, will serve as the basis for a new television show. As of now, this is what we know.