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Neil Bailey on all3media international’s
 Format Strategy

Neil Bailey, the commercial director of all3media international, speaks with TV Formats about the company’s activities in the formats arena. Around one-third of all3media international’s catalogue is devoted to formats, according to Neil Bailey, the company’s commercial director. The portfolio spans such genres as constructed reality, factual entertainment and scripted, including ...

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all3media america’s Eli Holzman

Eli Holzman, the president of all3media america, talks to TV Formats about the activities at the Los Angeles-based production hub. In late 2012, in a bid to drive further gains in its U.S. business, all3media set up a Los Angeles-based production hub, to be led by Eli Holzman as president. ...

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Heidi Klum

This interview originally appeared in the MIPTV 2014 issue of TV Formats. For model-turned-mogul Heidi Klum, television has played an important role in building her brand empire. The German-American beauty parlayed her successful modeling career into a gig as the host of and a judge on the reality show Project ...

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Marco Bassetti

This interview originally appeared in the MIPTV 2014 issue of TV Formats. Marco Bassetti began his career in Italy, where he worked for Mediaset. He then founded his first production company, La Italiana Produzioni, followed by a second one, Aran, before being tapped as head of Grundy Italy. With his ...

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Mike Beale

Mike Beale, the director of international formats at ITV Studios, shares with TV Formats his strategy for making the most out of legacy titles and bringing the best new concepts to the global market. TV FORMATS: What are some of the new formats you’ll be showcasing in 2014? BEALE: We’re ...

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Global Agency’s Latest Buzz

Izzet Pinto, the CEO of Global Agency, shares with us the new trends that he's seen in the marketplace. Pinto knows a thing or two about stirring up buzz. From controversial formats to attention-getting marketing stunts to over-the-top parties, the company has been a talking point of the global format ...

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Eden Gaha

Eden Gaha, the president of Shine America, shares with TV Formats some insight on developing The Face and adapting properties from Shine’s global network for the U.S. market. TV FORMATS: The Face was the first Shine U.S. original to be adapted internationally. Were you thinking about potential international versions during ...

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Avi Nir

This interview originally appeared in the MIPTV 2014 issue of TV Formats. Israel’s Keshet Media Group has been drawing considerable attention in the last few years. Its groundbreaking drama Hatufim (Prisoners of War), which depicts the life of Israeli prisoners of war once they return home, served as inspiration for ...

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Michael McKay

Michael McKay, the president of activeTV, tells TV Formats about formatting big American shows and developing content that will resonate with audiences worldwide. With a list of credits that includes The Amazing Race Asia, Cash Cab Asia and Asia's Next Top Model, activeTV, based in Singapore and Melbourne, has emerged ...

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Avi Armoza on Israeli Innovation

Avi Armoza, the founder and CEO of Armoza Formats, talks about how despite its small size, with a population of only 8 million people, Israel has distinguished itself with its innovation. In recent years, in fact, many popular shows have originated in the Israeli market. For many producers it is ...

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