Clarke, Steve
April 2007
Daily Variety;4/12/2007, Vol. 295 Issue 8, p5
Trade Publication
The article reports on Great Britain's television program exports. Due to the global success of television shows like "Dancing With the Stars," the television program exports of the country have surged by 20%. In 2006, the total television sales were $1.17 billion compared with $973 million in 2005. A big contribution came from 87% rise in income derived from licensing. The actual television program sales were $579 million.


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