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  1. MIPCOM: Jeffrey Katzenberg Honored as Personality of the Year

    3:11 pm 10/9/2013

    The executive joked about the public's perception of his personality: "A few things that I've been called: impatient, abrasive, aggressive, obsessive, grandiose, pushy, relentless, egotistical, brash, maniacal -- and that's just a few."Read more

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  2. MIPCOM: CBS-RTL HD Channel Expands to Singapore

    2:08 pm 10/9/2013

    The joint venture inks a deal with SingTel mio TV.Read more

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  3. MIPCOM: Norwegian Doc Series 'Dining with the Enemy' Lining Up Deals

    1:29 pm 10/9/2013

    The project focuses on conflict zones -- and food.Read more

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  4. Argentina Opens Doors to Overseas Partners

    11:16 am 10/9/2013

    The country is a thriving hub of TV production.Read more

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  5. MIPCOM: Why Jeffrey Katzenberg Offered 'Breaking Bad' Creators $75 Million for Three More Episodes

    9:24 am 10/9/2013

    The DreamWorks Animation CEO says he wanted to create the greatest "pay-per-view event in scripted television ever."Read more

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  6. MIPCOM: Russia Buys Keshet's Live Vote Singing Show 'Rising Star'

    7:42 am 10/9/2013

    France's M6 has also grabbed format rights for the show, a major ratings hit in Israel.Read more

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  7. MIPCOM: French Air Traffic Controllers Threaten Thursday Strike

    4:41 am 10/9/2013

    The work stoppage could affect travel out of the conference.Read more

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  8. MIPCOM: ITV Inks Volume Deal With Australia's UKTV

    11:02 pm 10/8/2013

    The deal includes ITV crime series "Prime Suspect," "Lewis" and "Inspector Morse."Read more

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  9. MIPCOM: Beta Closes European Deals for 'Generation War,' 'Cracked'

    10:24 pm 10/8/2013

    Spanish and French nets board the German war drama, while NBCUniversal takes the Canadian cop drama for France.Read more

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  10. MIPCOM: Turkey Struts Its Stuff on World Stage

    6:01 pm 10/8/2013

    A group of panelists explain why the country, which greenlit commercial stations just 20 years ago, enjoyed $150 million from foreign sales last year.Read more

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