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NATPE Budapest Unveils Details of In-Person Event


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Some 300 buyers are expected to attend NATPE Budapest International’s in-person market this June, with 60-plus exhibitors on board.

The in-person market takes place from June 27 to 30. Confirmed exhibitors include MGM Television, NBCUniversal, Warner Bros. Discovery, Paramount Global, A+E Networks, MADD, Kanal D International, Calinos, Global Agency, ATV, ZDF Studios, Inter Medya and Globo. among others. The event is set to feature a free Ukrainian Pavilion with Film.UA Group, 1+1 media, Ukraine TV Channels, StarLight Media, UA Suspilne and Ukrainian Content Global Cooperation.

“As NATPE returns to in-person events, I am thrilled that NATPE Budapest International roars back in-person bringing fresh new content from around the world as we welcome back many distributors from around the globe and the strongest presence ever from CEE buyers,” said JP Bommel, president and CEO of NATPE.

“These dramatic times have unveiled to us the real meaning of the words like partnership, friendship and support,” said Kateryna Udut, CEO of MRM, the organizer of the Ukrainian Pavilion. “We understand that the future of the Ukrainian content industry is firmly tied to the European market. NATPE is the next important step for the companies that come under the umbrella of Ukrainian Content Global Cooperation initiative (Film.UA Group, 1+1 media, Starlight Media, Ukraine TV Channels, Suspilne Media) for strengthening existing and finding new business opportunities. And there is some really big news that we’re going to announce in Budapest, so stay tuned!”








About Mansha Daswani

Mansha Daswani is the editor and associate publisher of World Screen. She can be reached on mdaswani@worldscreen.com.

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