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Coming to America

This article originally appeared in the NATPE 2015 issue of World Screen. A number of Europe’s biggest content companies are aggressively expanding their businesses in the U.S. The urge to “Go West” remains a powerful one, judging by the steady flow of European media companies crossing the Atlantic to set ...

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The Rights Stuff

This article originally appeared in the L.A. Screenings 2014 issue of World Screen. Anna Carugati talks to a host of buyers about shorter-run series, windows and navigating the ever-more-complex business of rights management. The first paragraph of Charles Dickens’ classic novel A Tale of Two Cities starts with the famous ...

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U.S. Network Upfronts

International buyers will be heading off to the Hollywood studios in the coming days to screen the new series picked up by the broadcast networks. For a full recap of what’s coming to screens this fall, visit World Screen’s 2014-2015 Fall Season Grid, featuring schedules for ABC, CBS, NBC, FOX ...

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Welcome to America

This feature, by Elizabeth Guider, originally appeared in the L.A. Screenings 2012 issue of World Screen. Forget the wow factor. When it comes to Hollywood’s international-television business, it’s the how factor that counts. As in how to maximize revenues from program sales when big-time broadcasters abroad are increasingly making their ...

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