MEDIT at MIPCOM

MIPCOM, world’s largest TV content market, takes place annually at Cannes, France.  At this major cultural event where films, TV series and formats are traded, each year a country is nominated as  the  “country of honour”. This […]

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Bosphorus Movies: Medit´s new full-service offer for VOD platforms

Throughout Europe, the demand for Turkish Home Entertainment is rapidly growing. The Medit GmbH serves this dynamic market through its newly formed business unit “Bosphorus Movies” – an offer that includes Currently the largest pool […]

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What is TMSF?

The Turkish media scene has witnessed many changes in the ownership of media assets in the last few years.  Behind most of these sales or purchasings, the so-known TMSF was an active agent. Standing for […]

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Anga Com 2014 announces its program – 20 Conferences

Anga Com, which will take place in Cologne between 20 – 22 May, has announced it’s program. This year, visitors will not only be able to visit over 400 stands that exhibit their latest products, […]

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BBC to become a PAY TV channel?

After the new household tax law in Germany, the funding of public service broadcasting had become a nationwide hot topic. Now, the discussion has reached Great Britain, regarding whether the public broadcasting channel BBC should […]

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Medit signs licence contract with Digiturk

Medit has signed a licence contract with the Turkish TV platform Digiturk for the following channels:

moviemax türk SD/HD :  Non-stop movies for Turkish cinema fans in HD.
Turkmax Gurme SD/HD : This thematic channel offers a […]

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Medit launches new website

Medit launches its new website with a renwed design, additional information on channels and a news section that offers selected news, as well as research and latest data about the German and Turkish TV market.

The […]

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Sky increases revenues through football licences.

The German PAY TV provider Sky has increased revenues gained through football licences. In fact, 10% of the entire football licence-based revenues belong to Sky alone. According to a recent study held by HMR International, […]

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