Services, VFX and VoD all expanded, while rights sales slipped
France’s TV export biz bounced back in 2012, rising 14.8% to 127 million euros ($169 million) in spite of southern European markets’ collapse and crunched broadcaster’s budgets. Figures were unveiled…
Aiming to emulate Korean content in Asia, six leading Japanese broadcasters are to team with government to promote Japanese TV programming abroad.
Keshet Intl., home of Homeland, has been the engine that has turned Israel into the leading exporter of TV program formats to the U.S. Now the broadcaster and production company that enjoys enviable…
Beating all previous records, French films grossed €873 ($1.2 billion) outside the country in 2012, driven by three box office freight trains: "Taken 2," "The Intouchables" and "The Artist."
Movies are on a roll worldwide, but can the good times last?
Hollywood bigwigs may be looking feverishly to find ways into the booming but knotty China market, but a senior figure in the Sino biz said the focus should be on exporting Chinese movies.
CANNES -- Shows such as "Downton Abbey," "Strictly Come Dancing" (known as "Dancing With the Stars" in the U.S.) and "Sherlock" are helping to drive a boom in U.K. TV exports.
While Japanese cultural exports have been popularized overseas in recent years, such content has not been as lucrative as it could be, and the government is moving to do something about it.
Hit by the economic meltdown, French TV exports dipped 9.7% to $176.2 million last year, according to figures unveiled at the TVFI Biarritz Rendez-Vous on Thursday.
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