MIP TV to Start Cautiously

Mar 30, 2009  •  Post A Comment

MIP TV is likely to begin today with international television trading marked by cost-cutting and co-productions, Daily Variety reports. “Finance being tight, clearly people are managing risk—one reason driving renewed interest in international co-productions,” Reed Midem Television Division acting director Laurine Garaude tells the trade paper. Still, at the two-day MIPDOC market for factual programming, which ended on Sunday, nonfiction programming continued to sell, the Hollywood Reporter says.
—Aimee Picchi

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