Once largely dominated by U.S. studios, the remakes business has expanded in the past few years, attracting a fresh breed of industryites looking to explore diverse international grounds.
The late mystery novelist Georges Simenon, best known for his fictional pipe-smoking invention police detective Commissaire Maigret, will be celebrated at the Remakes Market.
NATPE has acquired majority control of East European TV mart Discop, which opened in Budapest, Hungary Tuesday.
Discop, the NATPE-owned Central European programming market, will open its doors Wednesday in Budapest's Sofitel Hotel for three days of buying and selling, which market organizers expect to be…
Michael Garin, the CEO of Central European Media Enterprises, will be the keynote speaker and interviewee during a one-on-one with NATPE prexy-chief exec Rick Feldman during the upcoming Discop trade…
On the eve of its confab in Las Vegas, NATPE announced Monday that it has bought Discop, a Budapest-based content market that focuses on the emerging Central and Eastern European TV biz.
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