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Hands-on approach

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If anyone needs a sign that China is still sensitive about television, legislation introduced this year to control weather forecasting is probably a good reminder.

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Brazil

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With the exchange rate under control and ad investments in a mild recovery, Brazilian buyers have regained part of their purchasing power for international programming.

Marketplace

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Australia

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As Australia's three commercial networks fight their fiercest ratings battle in years, their programming chiefs are heading for Mip with very different objectives.

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Global Price List

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GermanyFeature films: $3 millionTV movies: $200,000Dramas : $100,000Sitcoms: $50,000Reality: $35,000Docs/Kids./Arts: $20,000 United KingdomFeature films: $2 millionTV movies: $150,000Dramas…

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South Korea

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While local programming continues to reign supreme on South Korea's major networks, savvy imports on cable and satellite are starting to change the way people watch TV.

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South Korea: 'Daejanggum'

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The hottest series in South Korea these days relies on an old formula -- with a decidedly new twist. In a country where historical dramas are still all the rage, "Daejanggum" on MBC is dubbed a…

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Nordic territories

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Viewers in the Nordic territories cut their teeth on documentaries broadcast by state channels, but a new doc hunger has veteran buyers jockeying along with upstart commercial channels for the best…

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