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18/12
Scripted Series Report : Think global, score locals

At a time when traditional broadcasters and pure players are counting on scripted series to attract viewers, new codes are trying to make a difference. For 5 years in a row now, the Scripted Series Report by Eurodata TV Worldwide reviews last season’s best working titles and overall programming offer in order to distinguish what lasts after the buzz has passed. The last report studies 15 major TV markets, representing nearly 100 channels.

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18/11
Laurent Battais succeeds Jacques Braun as head of Eurodata TV Worldwide

After 25 years directing Eurodata TV Worldwide, Jacques Braun, Executive Director, is now retiring. From 1st  December 2014, Executive Director Laurent Battais will become Vice-President of Eurodata TV Worldwide. Laurent will also remain head of the Performance and Cross Media Business Unit.

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07/10
Yearly Sports Key Facts 2014 (September 2013 - August 2014)

At the occasion of the Sportel Monaco event, Eurodata TV Worldwide’s Vice President, Jacques Braun, notes that « The 2013/2014 sports season has been exceptional, with the Sochi Olympic Games and the 2014 FIFA World Cup as a climax. The other events studied in the 2014 edition of the Yearly Sports Key Facts, worldwide or national, showed that sports captivate not only sports audience but also a few passionate people.  There is a sport programme for everyone on the big TV screen!»

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01/10
New entrants, evolutions, mutations: TV in the future

According to Alexandre Callay, Eurodata TV Worldwide’s Director: « the uses are evolving rapidly, and now television offers enable us to manage our time.  It proposes  a choice of contents that resemble us,  when we want, with the level of interactions  that suits our desires while reinforcing TV media attractivity. And it’s just the beginning ! ».

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17/09
Kids TV market : between changes and creativity

With the 11th edition of the Kids TV Report, Eurodata TV Worldwide’s International Research Director, Johanna Karsenty, takes a look back over the main trends in the European kids’ TV market of 2014 first semester: “There are already numerous choices in free kids’ channels in Italy, Spain and the UK and now we observe their development in France and Germany. This allows kids to have a wider range of  offers”.

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17/07
2014 FIFA World Cup : Record-breaking audiences all over the world

According to Jacques Braun, Vice President of Eurodata TV Worldwide : “The 2014 FIFA World Cup ended on a climax with the German victory in the epic continental confrontation between Europe and Latin America. The elimination of Brazil was a shock for football fans across the world, but has allowed channels to reach new heights in terms of audiences”.

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11/06
The Festival de Télévision de Monte-Carlo and Eurodata TV Worldwide announce the winners of the 9th International TV Audience Awards

The 54th Festival de Télévision de Monte-Carlo and Eurodata TV Worldwide have joined forces in order to reward programs which deliver the highest ratings worldwide.

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05/06
An international seduction campaign

The small screen puts on a show

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12/05
The Monte-Carlo TV Festival and Eurodata TV Worldwide announce the nominees of the 9th International TV Audience Awards

The 54th Monte-Carlo Television Festival and Eurodata TV Worldwide have joined forces in order to reward programs who deliver the highest ratings worldwide.

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03/04
Entertainment Report: Original creations and specialized concepts pay off

For the publication of the third edition of the Entertainment Report covering 11 territories*, Sahar Baghery, International TV Research Manager at Eurodata TV Worldwide, observes that “If broadcasters continue to rely on strong brands, they are increasingly challenging existing themes to develop original, specialized and diversified contents.”

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