Features

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Reality wears thin

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Are reality shows upstaging traditional scripted TV drama? Judging by the publicity generated in some of the major Euro territories by shows like "Wife Swap" and "I'm a Celebrity ... Get Me out of…

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Austria

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It's been less than a year since Austria welcomed its first private station, ATV. While the results may sound less than overwhelming -- ATV claimed a 3.5% market share for February -- commercial…

Marketplace

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Hungary

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A s Hungary's two commercial giants, RTL Klub and SBS-controlled TV2, battle it out for supremacy of the terrestrial TV remote control, a host of local theme channels is gaining udience share.

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Up with people

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The seventh edition of Mip Doc promises to be a lively and well-attended event buoyed by a healthier TV industry and a concerted effort on the part of mart organizers to be user-friendly.

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Belgium

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With more channels competing for the same product, Belgian buyers repping French-lingo channels will find the next Mip tougher than ever.

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On the right course

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More than six months after Haim Saban acquired ProSiebenSat.1 from the creditors of bankrupt Kirch Media, the multichannel broadcaster has gotten into gear, boosted its profits and smoothed out a…

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Mexico

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Mexico's suffering economy may be on the wrong side of the trade war, but when it comes to TV programming, it's a successful exporter.

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