While global economies falter, screenings grow

Williams, Michael
September 1998
Variety;09/28/98, Vol. 372 Issue 7, pM6
Trade Publication
Reports that global economies will collapse but the buying and selling of television programs will continue largely uninterrupted at Mipcom TV market on October 5-9, 1998 in Cannes, France. Asian countries that will not attend at the event; Observation of Rene Peres, director of the Reed Midem Organization's television division, about the attendees of the show; Companies that are making their first visit to Mipcom Junior as buyers.


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