Corus Studios Announces Worldwide Sales of Over 300 Hours Of Programming | 2020-11-02 | Press Releases

Introduces Refreshed Slate of New and Returning Lifestyle and Unscripted Original Content for Market

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TORONTO , Nov. 2, 2020 /CNW/ – Corus Studios’ ever-expanding slate of owned content continues to be a go-to destination around the world for the best in lifestyle, unscripted and factual series. Today, Corus Studios announces content sales of over 300 hours worldwide and presents an ever-growing library of content of new and returning series for international distribution. Corus Studios’ newly launched interactive content catalogue can be viewed here.

Corus Studios has seen an incredible trajectory of sales within the past six months with landmark deals around the world including the U.S., Asia , Australia , Israel , Poland and more. Off the heels of Corus Studios selling over 85 hours of home and food content to HGTV and Food

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What small game studios need to know about security — before they launch (VB Live)

Presented by Akamai


Launching a new game studio means building the infrastructure of your dreams from scratch. Join our panel of tech and operational experts for help on how to start strong and prepare to scale, plus hear from developers at other independent studios in this VB Live event!

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When it comes to launching a brand-new game studio, the most important bit of advice Jonathan Singer, senior manager of global games industry at Akamai has is, “Plan for success, but design for scale.” That means designing your game assuming that you’re going to do really well, because although not every game succeeds to a massive scale, you want to be ready when it does.

This is essential to keep top of mind for new studios because founders tend to be the creatives at the heart of the game, rather than network architects. The most important infrastructure

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Neon, Solstice Studios Lead 2020 American Film Market Programming

The American Film Market has unveiled its initial speakers, topics and programming calendar for AFM 2020 Online with sessions on Nov. 9-13 alongside the AFM’s marketplace and screenings.

The AFM’s opening conference — The Future of Film — will launch with Mark Gill, president and CEO of Solstice Studios, discussing  how independent film, the marketplace and audience consumption will change in the near future. Elissa Federoff, president of distribution for Neon, will then discuss the future of feature film distribution and exhibition.

Gill had the first new film in theaters since the COVID-19 pandemic shutdown with “Unhinged,” and Federoff made history for her company with four Academy Awards for “Parasite,” which became the third highest-grossing foreign language film ever released in the U.S.

This year’s lineup will take place wholly online and will bring 200 speakers to two stages for conferences, panels, conversations, workshops, podcasts and presentations. John Cena, SAG-AFTRA

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