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Idea Hub

This article originally appeared in the MIPTV 2014 issue of TV MEA. The creativity of the Israeli television market is capturing the attention of broadcasters and producers worldwide. It’s a studio like any in the world about to broadcast a live talent competition show. The excitement is palpable: crew members ...

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High on Dubai

This article originally appeared in the MIPCOM 2013 issue of TV Middle East & Africa. With investment schemes and high-tech facilities, Dubai is attracting the interest of media companies worldwide. Sometimes only a cliché will do in describing the boomtown that is Dubai. The happy problem is that the clichés ...

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Event Preview: INTV

The INTV conference organized by Israel’s Keshet is luring a host of international media executives to Jerusalem this November. It seems that every day there is a new device on which to watch our favorite shows and movies, a new website serving up engaging TV series, a new social-media site ...

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Africa Rising

This article originally appeared in the MIPTV 2013 issue of TV Middle East & Africa.   Africa is poised for significant growth, and a number of social and economic factors support the optimism many in the media business have for this vast territory.   There is no doubt that this diverse ...

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After the Sandstorm

This article originally appeared in the MIPCOM 2012 issue of TV Middle East & Africa.   The satellite-broadcasting business in the Middle East is coming to grips with channel jamming, fierce rivalries and increased competition.   By any measure, broadcasting in the Middle East is a booming business. However, the ...

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Channeling Arabia

This article originally appeared in the MIPTV 2012 issue of TV Middle East and Africa.   Politically, the Middle East remains in turmoil, and on the ground there are some very real challenges to be solved. But overhead, the 600 or so satellite channels continue to make progress. The past ...

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