Carte des marchés internationaux de contenus audiovisuels (2013)

Travail en cours / dernière mise à jour le 18/03/2013
(en rouge les marchés de 2012 pas encore programmés pour 2013)

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(en italique et en rouge les marchés de 2012 pas encore programmés pour 2013)
  1. Brazil TV Forum (BTF) – 4-5/06/2012
    Centro de Convenções Frei Caneca Consolação, São Paulo, SP, Brazil
  2. Bogota Audiovisual Market (BAM) – 9-13/07/2012
    Bogota, Colombia
  3. TIFFCOM – 23-25/10/2012
    Grand Pacific Le Daiba, Tokyo, Japan
  4. Ventana Sur – 30/11-03/12/2012
    Pontifical Catholic University of Argentina, Buenos Aires, Argentina
  5. NATPE Miami – 28-30/01/2013
    Fontainebleau Resort Hotel, Miami, Florida, USA
  6. World Content Market Prague (WCM) – 18-20/02/2013
    Hotel NH Prague, Czech Republic
  7. Rio Contents Market (RCM) – 20-22/02/2013
    Windsor Barra Hotel, Rio, Brasil
  8. DISCOP West Asia – 5-7/03/2013
    Intercontinental Ceylan, Istanbul, Turquie
  9. HKTDC Hong Kong International Film & TV Market (FILMART) – 18-21/03/2013
    Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Centre
  10. NAB SHOW – 6-11/04/2013
    Las Vegas Convention Center, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
  11. MIPTV – 8-11/04/2013
    Palais des Festivals et des Congrès, Cannes, France
  12. Festival de Télévision de Monte-Carlo – 9-13/06/2013
    Grimaldi Forum Monaco
  13. Shangai TV Festival (STF) – 10-14/06/2013
    Shangai Exhibition Center, Shanghai, China
  14. World Content Market Odessa (WCM) – 19-21/06/2013
    ОК ОДЕССА ГОТЕЛЬ, Odessa, Ukraine
  15. Istanbul TV Forum (ITVF) – 20-22/06/2013
    Haliç Kongre Merkezi, Turkey
  16. NATPE Budapest – 24-27/06/2013
    Hotel Sofitel Budapest Chain Bridge, Hungary
  17. BCWW – 5-7/09/2013
    Intercontinental Seoul Coex, Seoul, South Korea
  18. Kiev Media Week (KMW) – 10-13/09/2013
    Radisson Blu Hotel, Kiev, Ukraine
  19. MIPCOM – 8-11/10/2013
    Palais des Festivals et des Congrès, Cannes, France
  20. DISCOP Africa – 6-8/11/2013
    Sandton Convention Centre, Johannesburg, South Africa
  21. American Film Market (AFM) – 6-13/11/2013
    Loews Santa Monica Beach Hotel, Santa Monica, California, USA
  22. My Content (MC) – 18-19/11/2013
    World Trade Center, Dubai
  23. World Content Market Venice (WCM) 25-27/11/2013
    Hotel Monaco & Grand Canal San Marco, Venice, Italy
  24. Asian TV Forum (ATF) – 3-6/12/2013
    Sands Expo and Convention Center, Marina Bay Sands, Singapore 
  25. European Film Market (EFM) – 7-15/02/2013
    Martin-Gropius-Bau, Berlin, Germany
  26. Cozumel Content Market (CCM) – ../../2013
    Hotel Park Royal, Cozumel, Mexico

“Turkish ‘TV series spring’ continues” – Hürriyet Daily News

The TV series such as Dila Hanım, are expected to attract lots of viewers both natoanally and internationally. The series which are recently started feature famous actors and actresses from Turkish televisions.

Article by Aslı Öymen

“The recent developments in the Turkey’s TV series sector reveal the increase in the audience. Each new production sold to foreign countries. Cannes’ MIPCOM fair unveils the latest situation […]

Turks are everywhere

As a Turkish person, I must admit that the first thing that attracted my attention and made me feel proud were the huge billboards and banners of various Turkish T.V. series that I encountered in the fair area, on the streets, and in cafes. The English translations of our T.V. series’ attracted me the most in those banners: Time Goes by (Öyle Bir Geçer Zaman ki), Magnificent Century (Muhteşem Yüzyıl), Fatmagül (Fatmagül’ün Suçu ne?), Fallen Angel (Kötü Yol), My Partner Knows (Ben Bilmem Eşim Bilir).

However, Kuzey Güney, literally meaning North and South, was not translated and was instead left as it is in Turkish.

Until a few years ago, no Turkish television station stands could be found at MIP apart from the official Turkish Radio and Television (TRT), let alone billboards and banners. Things have changed in a very short time. This year there were five Turkish T.V. channels with stands in the fair: TRT, Kanal D, Show T.V., Star, and ATV. Along with those, various independent production and distribution companies were represented. While the distributors were actively pushing sales during the daytime, they organized cool parties at nights, which were very popular.

‘Turkish series spring’

With its first attempt to expanding abroad coming with “Gümüş” in 2007, Turkish T.V. series first invaded the screens of the Arab world. Today, about 150 Turkish series’ are being exported to 73 countries across Asia, Europe and Africa. Sales of these are estimated to reach 100 million dollars annually, from just 1 million dollars in 2007.

After last week’s MIPCOM journey, Turks are sure to expand their sphere of influence even more. This year, our series also attracted the attention of the Far East, with demands coming from Korea and China. American company NBC Universal bought the format rights of “Aşk-ı Memnu” in order to distribute it to Latin America, which was once the most prominent series exporter.

We also set one of the best examples of format rights and adaptation with “Umutsuz Ev Kadınları,” Kanal D’s adaptation of internationally-known American series Desperate Housewives. This was a successful adaptation that corresponded to the taste of Turkish audience.

Currently, Turkish series are being sold abroad for amounts between 5,000 and 125,000 dollars per episode. This means that “an expensive series” with 100 episodes costs 12.5 million dollars for a foreign broadcaster. On the other hand, format prices are considerably low. The format price for one episode is generally between 5,000 and 10,000 dollars.”

Best thing that has happened to series

One of the lectures in MIPCOM was on Turkish T.V. series, titled “Turkish drama: the new delight.”

Kanal D’s editor-in-chief Pelin Diztaş, Global Agency’s CEO İzzet Pinto, the head of Ay Production Kerem Çatay, United Arab Emirates-based GM Productions’ head Fadi İsmail, and Lebanon K Partners’ distributor Nabil Kazan all attended the lecture.

During the lecture, the subject of the price of Turkish series’ came up, and İsmail and Kazan complained about the increasing prices. During his speech, Fadi İsmail said: “Turkish series’ are the best thing that has happened to Arab series,’ and the Arabs will learn to make their own series soon.” He warned that this would endanger the future of Turkish T.V. series’ in Arab countries, but this was not accepted by other attendants. Pelin Diztaş argued that making series’ could be learned, but finding and writing a plot was the most difficult part. “This is very abundant in our geography. Turkey is a country with abundant traumatic material, with a rich geography and a significant emotional dimension,” she said. As can be seen in the Desperate Housewives example, those learning to make T.V. series will shoot their own series with plots they have bought. I don’t know how long the learning process will last for, but when the localization trend is used it will become unavoidable for series to be framed in a certain format.

Source : Hürriyet Daily News

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