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Gearing Up for NATPE Budapest International?


World Screen has made a host of resources available so that you can make the most out of your time in Budapest, including a printable version of TV Listings, as well as the updated World Screen app for iOS and Android.

Read the digital editions of World Screen, TV Europe and TV Kids, and peruse the digital edition of TV Listings for information on the latest programs from numerous companies attending NATPE Budapest. You can also download a PDF version here.

The World Screen app is now updated for NATPE Budapest International, delivering program listings, an event schedule, news and a range of resources, including a list of stand and suite numbers for numerous exhibitors at the market. iPhone and iPad users can download the app from the iTunes App Store. Android users can get the app from the Google Play Store. Have the app already? Just open it up on your device and it will update automatically with all of our new content for NATPE Budapest International.

The NATPE Budapest International Preview provides you with a number of useful services in one location. The Preview includes Q&As with Safe’s Michael C. Hall and Harlan Coben, A+E Networks’ Patrick Vien and Edward Sabin, all3media international’s Louise Pedersen and ZDF Enterprises’ Robert Franke, as well as special reports about trends in drama, formats and factual programming. Other resources found within the Preview include a downloadable PDF of company suite and stand numbers at the InterContinental and links to our Screening Rooms, the World Screen App and our digital editions. Be sure to take a look before heading off to Budapest.

Follow World Screen on Twitter for constant updates on the latest news coming out of the market.

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