Features

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Germany

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Germany's advertising market may still be stuck in the mud, but the country's broadcasting landscape has remained dynamic as broadcasters continue to adapt to their changing environment.

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Spain

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TVE1, Spanish pubcaster RTVE's general entertainment channel, was the most-watched TV channel in Spain last year, taking a 23% audience share.

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Israel

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As Israel's TV sector enters its teens -- until 1991 there was one legal Israeli channel (Israel Broadcasting Authority's Channel 1) -- the medium is experiencing growing pains.

Marketplace

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France

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Gallic television has been a mixed bag of late. Business picked up for French terrestrial broadcasters in 2003, with leading terrestrial webs TF1 and M6 posting better revs and bigger profits.

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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.

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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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