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news & features

  • CME replaces chair, bolsters board
    Central European Media Enterprises has appointed a former Time Warner Cable exec to replace its outgoing chairman and bolstered its board with additions including Gerhard Zeiler.
  • UKTV hires for scripted push
    Multichannel operator UKTV has hired Simon Lupton, a former comedy commissioning editor at the BBC, to build up its scripted entertainment output.
  • SVT Flow – Sweden
    SCHEDULE WATCH CHANNEL PROFILE: Pubcaster SVT is preparing its first dedicated non-linear service for Sweden's young adults. Gün Akyuz reports.

FEATURES

  • The eyes of the world With the world’s biggest football tournament coming to its most enthusiastic footballing nation, Clive Whittingham asks how Brazil’s broadcasters are set to react to the mass distraction of their audience.
  • Mip must-haves MipTV this week was all about how traditional media is increasingly investing in the YouTube channels business, both as a means of reaching younger audiences and for sourcing new formats. Jonathan Webdale reports.
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perspective

  • Cultural significance
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    By Content China
    Cultural formats may have had a number of lean years on Chinese television but are now flourishing. Within the genre, the cultural quizshow is still leading the trend.
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