John Nadler

  • TV

Hungary TV sales plan sags

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Attempts by the Hungarian state to sell its most valuable TV asset, the broadcast tower company Antenna Hungaria, have met with dismal failure, and analysts are blaming the right-wing government of…

  • Film

Screening out war

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War may still be in the air in the Balkans, but Serb filmmakers won a moral victory for peace and stability in their embattled industry by hosting Fest 2000, the 28th Belgrade Intl. Film Festival…

  • TV

In the Nick of time

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U.S.-owned Hungarian Broadcast Corp. (HBC), operator of Hungary's M-Sat cable TV nework, has reportedly bought the Ukrainian cable system Studio M, and has received a nod from authorities in Kiev to…

  • TV

Discovery Hungary for more

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In the wake of last week's launch of the Discovery Channel on 450 cable systems across Hungary, representatives for Discovery Networks Europe (DNE) are calling this East European expansion just one…

  • Biz

Silk Road’s new spin

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A millennium ago traders bartered for textiles and spices in central Asia. But if L.A.-based exhibition company the Happening Group gets its way, "Baywatch" and "Friends" may be the newest…

  • Biz

Euro star dims

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U.S.-backed Central European Media Enterprises (CME), one of the hottest broadcast players on the Euro scene, may be losing some of its sizzle. The company said late last week that it will write off…

  • Biz

Kinapolis eyes Hungary

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Belgium-based multiplex developer Kinapolis, owned by La Group Defiance, is inspecting sites in Budapest as part of a plan to construct 15-to-25-screen multiplex venues in the Hungarian market.

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