Friday, September 18, 2015

Mini Voice

Is there a problem with BBC commissioners' hearing ? Are they filtering out Lord Hall ?

CBBC has commissioned its own version of a Romanian tv format, now marketed by an US firm - and yes, it's a singing contest. 

Free-to-air channel Prima TV first showed "Mom Made Me A Star" in 2012, with the ten-part series coming from Bucharest indie Media Factory. It was picked up by LA and London formats specialists Small World, and will be renamed "Got What It Takes" for CBBC, produced by LA and London indie Rize USA, part of the LA and London DCD group. 

In each episode, the 11-to-14 year-old singers and their mums are separated to undertake a variety of challenges, with three spots to perform at the end of the show up for grabs. The final winner will get a booking at a Radio 1 Weekender.

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