HIGHLIGHTS, OCTOBER 17, 2016
Key takeaways from the first day's programme on the Creative Europe MEDIA stand
Note: There are links from this page to updated buyer profiles and the workshop report.
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France 5 has a new prime time slot for 90´(or 52'x2) one-off documentaries dealing with science and technology.
ORF can still buy history programmes this year, but only if they deal with major historic events told in a new way and include reenactments.
Belgian Dutch-speaking channel, Ketnet, is looking for comedy programmes for children up to 12.
The choice of whether to produce children’s programmes nationally or internationally is influenced by the financial environment and market specifics of each country. International co-production can open new doors but also presents various challenges.