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Mediabrief - The ACT Newsletter
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Issue # 67
5 May 2017
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ITV announces landmark Princess Diana film

ITV announces a unique, landmark documentary, which will celebrate the life and work of Diana, Princess of Wales, in the 20th year since her tragic death. The film will be built around contributions from The Duke of Cambridge and Prince Harry, both of whom talk openly about their mother and how her influence has shaped their lives.

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MTG Sweden becomes media partner for Swedish Diabetes Association

MTG will donate airtime to the Swedish Diabetes Association on its broadcast TV and radio channels in Sweden, as well as on its free online streaming service Viafree. In addition, MTG will produce diabetes-related programming and broadcast an annual gala to raise funds for diabetes research.

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RTL Group: One-stop offering

IP Deutschland is expanding its advertising sales portfolio with immediate effect to include licensing cooperations, as well as licensing products, music and live entertainment.

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Sky launches in Ireland NOW TV, the ‘no-strings’ online streaming service

NOW TV, SKY’s online streaming service offering millions the opportunity to stream unmissable shows, the biggest blockbuster movies and exclusive live sport, all without a contract, is now available in Ireland.

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Viacom: In a Changing World, Modern Dads Are More Involved and Reaping the Rewards

Global dads are rejecting traditional gender stereotypes and taking a more active role in their children’s lives, according to a newly released Viacom study.

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