Deals fly as Discop closes

Nadler, John
June 2008
Daily Variety;6/23/2008, Vol. 299 Issue 55, p10
Trade Publication
Information about the Discop event in Budapest, Hungary is presented. Buyers of television programs from Central and Eastern Europe, Turkey and Israel took part in the event. Cecilia Hazai, managing director of Twin Media, observes that the channels offered specialized programs at the event. Deals completed at the event are also listed.


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