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New coproduction makes headlines about JFK assassination

This November marks the 50th anniversary of the assassination of JFK. For television executives, it's both a major programming opportunity and a potential headache. The difficulty is finding something that not only stands out from what rivals are airing but is also different from anything seen over the past 50 years.JFK: The Smoking Gun may have cracked it. The doc combines cinematic recreations with the work of Australian police detective Colin McLaren, who has conducted a cold case review of the shooting, drawing inspiration fromBonar...

Lilla Hurst and Ben Barrett join forces to launch Drive

Lilla Hurst and Ben Barrett have joined forces to create a new company to facilitate coproductions for clients. The move sees Hurst's Lillavision merging with Barrett's consultancy to create Drive. Lillavision's Robyn Hurd, VP of sales for English-speaking territories, and Jane Pitts, VP of sales for Italy, Spain and Latin America, will be joining the new firm. [no_blockquote text="Joining up with Ben allows me to continue doing what I love while expanding into new territories and new areas of business, in particular the scripted market. Together,...