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  • Retrans fees backed to ease Brexit pain
    The UK government must re-assess its position on retransmission fee reform to help stimulate the country’s TV productions in an “uncertain” post-Brexit era, according to the boss of a leading IP rights-management firm.
  • BBCWW names CEE general manager
    BBC Worldwide has appointed a new general manager and VP for Central and Eastern Europe.
  • Ketchup TV – UK
    SCHEDULE WATCH CHANNEL PROFILE: A new window has appeared in the UK television landscape with the arrival of Ketchup TV, Freeview’s first AVoD channel for preschoolers. Gün Akyuz reports.
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  • Getting in on the ground floor
    Bo-Stehmeier--PERSP
    By Bo Stehmeier
    Red Arrow International's SVP of global sales believes the current tough market means its time for distributors to step up to the mark.

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