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'Stupid Idiots' Web Series Getting TV Adaptation By Paramount TV & Anonymous Content

In a competitive situation, Paramount Television and Anonymous Content have acquired rights to Stupid Idiots, a comedy web series written, directed by and starring Stephanie Koenig, to develop as a TV series. 179 more words

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2019: The Era of Health IT M&A is Coming

Over the last few years, the healthcare industry has undergone an incredible revolution. Mobility solutions deployed across the care continuum are providing higher quality patient care. 648 more words

Amazon Picks Up U.S. Rights To Agatha Christie Dramas

Amazon has struck a multi-show deal with Agatha Christie Productions for U.S. rights to the upcoming seven dramas based on the author’s works. Ordeal By Innocence… 359 more words

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Paramount Buys Joe Epstein Script For Darren Aronofsky

EXCLUSIVE: Paramount has acquired an untitled script by Joe Epstein as a potential Darren Aronofsky directing project. It will be produced by Aronofsky’s Paramount-based Protozoa label. 47 more words

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Europcar Looks to Boost Low-Cost Presence With Goldcar Deal

French rental car company, Europcar has made its fourth acquisition of the year in the form of Europe’s largest low-cost car rental agency, Goldcar.

Europcar announced in December that it was looking to spend up to €500 million on franchised companies, car sharing services or local rivals within the car rental sector in order to achieve its ambitious growth targets and remain competitive. 250 more words


Book Collecting Congratulations

We are delighted to announce that the winner of the inaugural David Murray Book Collecting Prize is Edward Cole.

Edward (who has just completed a PhD focusing on Glasgow Museum’s collections of birds’ eggs) submitted an entry describing his collection of books and other material relating to… 397 more words

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Showtime Lands 'Guantanamo' Series; Oliver Stone To Direct Opening Episode

EXCLUSIVE: In competitive bidding, Showtime has landed Guantanamo, a drama series series that will start with a 10-episode first season. Oliver Stone is poised to direct the two-hour opening episode in what marks the three-time Oscar winning filmmaker’s first foray in scripted television. 338 more words

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