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  • Thirst for reality (Published in Features) 05-11-2004
    Factual entertainment may be dominating primetime but its effects are being felt in programming for reality-hungry kids. Maria Esposito looks at the impact of docusoap and formats on kids' TV.
  • Children’s channels – a niche too far? (Published in Features) 20-10-2004
    In recent months France has seen the launch of a new kids' channel and the rebrand of another. In a fast expanding children's broadcast market, established players and the newcomers are targeting niche audiences to keep their slice of the pie.
  • PinkTV names channel head (Published in News) 20-08-2004
    With launch now slated for October, France's upcoming gay channel PinkTV has named Caroline Comte as its programming head and channel director.
  • Germany’s Premiere pounces on new ABC dramas (Published in News) 20-08-2004
    In Germany, pay-TV broadcaster Premiere has secured a deal to transmit two new American dramas almost immediately after the shows debut in the US.
  • Fuse’s Juris goes to Court (Published in News) 20-08-2004
    In the US, music video channel Fuse is losing its president Marc Juris to Court TV, where he will be looking to grow the network's younger viewership.
  • Jewish Television set for 2005 launch (Published in News) 20-08-2004
    A 24-hour American digital national network, entitled Jewish Television (JTV), is prepping for launch next year under the tagline of "not just news and not just Jews".
  • TMG launches new reality prodco (Published in News) 19-08-2004
    In the US, Paolo Sadri of TMG Films and actor Mario Lopez have banded together to form TMG Television, an indie production house aiming to make English and Spanish-language reality programming.
  • Mandabach quits CWM to go indie (Published in News) 19-08-2004
    Just weeks after US hit sitcom producer Carsey-Werner-Mandabach (CWM) vowed to remain independent, partner Caryn Mandabach has quit to form her own production company.
  • Turner ups Arnesen again (Published in News) 19-08-2004
    Turner Broadcasting System (TBS) Europe has given Finn Arnesen his second promotion in just over a year, bumping him up to the joint roles of svp of original animation and acquisitions and international head of programme production outside of the US.
  • C4 gets £20m cash injection (Published in News) 19-08-2004
    Flush with new advertising revenue, UK broadcaster Channel 4 has increased its forecast programming budget for this year by £20m, bringing the total estimated 2004 spend to a record £469m.
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