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INTERNATIONAL EMMY ALMANAC

InThis Winners’ Edition W2

2013 International Emmy Awards

W16 Winner - Arts Programming W17 Winner - Best Performance by an Actor W18 Winner - Best Performance by an Actress W19 Winner - Comedy W20 Winner - Documentary

W25 2013 November Board & Members Meeting and Panel

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W21 Winner - Drama Series W22 Winner - Non-Scripted Entertainment W23 Winner - Telenovela W24 Winner - TV Movie/Mini-Series

This publication was printed in two parts. The first edition was distributed at the 41st International Emmy Awards Gala on November 25, 2013. The table of contents for the first edition is located on page 3, following page W36. The 41st International Emmy Award Winners are featured in this front section. All of the 2013 Nominated programs are listed beginning page 12. The directory of Academy Members is located beginning page 113.

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2013 International Emmy Awards he 41st International Emmy Awards Gala was held on Monday, November 25, 2013 at the Hilton Hotel in New York City. Over 1,000 international television professionals and entertainment executives joined a cast of celebrity presenters and over 200 journalists, TV crews and photo agencies to celebrate excellence in international television.


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International Emmy Founders Award Recipient J.J. Abrams


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2013 International Emmy Directorate Award Recipient Anke Sch채ferkordt with presenter Wladimir Klitschko


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Bruce Paisner, President & CEO of The International Academy of Television Ar ts & Sciences, welcomed the audience, while Academy Chairman Fred Cohen thanked the 2013 partners: Phoenix Satellite Television, Globo, Microsoft, Dori Media Group, Ernst & Young, Deluxe Media, MIPTV, Sofitel Luxury Hotels and Variety, for their support.

Anke Sch채ferkordt

John Oliver

J.J. Abrams and Zachary Quinto

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Grand Ballroom

Bruce Paisner, J.J. Abrams and Fred Cohen

Giancarlo Esposito and Jim Caviezel

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Michael K. Williams

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Host John Oliver

Comedian/writer John Oliver, who made his mark on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, hosted the event and was joined on stage by a cast of celebrity presenters, which included: Jeffrey Tambor (Arrested Development), Michael K. Williams (Boardwalk Empire, The Wire), Jim Caviezel (Person of Interest), Giancarlo Esposito (Breaking Bad, Revolution), Taryn Manning (Orange Is the New Black), Jackie Cruz (Orange Is the New Black), Sarita Choudhury (Homeland), Amanda Righetti (The Mentalist), Steve Guttenberg, Kate Bolduan (New Day), Canadian actor/comedian Anthony Kavanagh (True Love) & Canadian actress/comedian Cathleen Rouleau (True Love) and Brazilian actor Cau達 Reymond (Brazil Avenue).

Giancarlo Esposito

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Wladimir Klitschko

Best Performance by an Actress nominee Sheridan Smith

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Danielle Brooks

Cathleen Rouleau and Anthony Kavanagh

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Sarita Choudhury

Kate Bolduan

Taryn Manning

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Zachary Quinto

Drama nominee Roxy Spencer (Accused) and Best Performance by an Actor nominee Sean Bean (Accused)

Mrs. and Mr. Carlos Henrique Schroder

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Stage and screen actor Zachary Quinto, who most recently, reprised his role as Spock in Star Trek Into Darkness, presented The International Emmy Founders Award to J.J. Abrams, Founder and President of Bad Robot Productions.

Comedy nominees Kagiso Lediga and Loyiso Gola

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Amanda Righetti

Cau達 Reymond

Aashka Goradia

Best Performance by an Actress nominee Lotta Tejle

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Miriam Stein, Volker Bruch and Petra Mueller

Best Performance by an Actor nominee Heino Ferch with guest

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Comedy nominees JosĂŠ Alvarenga and Fernanda Young

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John Paul Lee and Kalyn Dong

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Jackie Cruz and Francisco Escobar

Herbert L. Kloiber

Noelle Stevenson and Carlos Molinet from The Greater Fort Lauderdale/Broward Office of Film & Entertainment

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Shani Palti, Nadav Palti and Dganit Palti

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Arts Programming nominees Jasper Moeyaert, Bjorn Rutgeerts and Emanuel Vanderjeugd (Soundtrack)

Jim Caviezel

The International Emmy Directorate Award was presented to Anke Sch채ferkordt, Chief Executive Officer of RTL Germany and Co-CEO of RTL Group, by world boxing heavyweight champion Wladimir Klitschko.

Ken Duken and Caroline Peters

Anke Sch채ferkordt and Christian Harald Bierman

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Liu Changle and Mrs Liu

Taryn Manning

Bruce Paisner and Camille Bidermann Roizen

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Comedy nominees Chris O’Dowd and Nick Vincent Murphy

Best Performance by an Actor nominee Marcos Palmeira

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2013 WINNERS

Arts Programming

Rhys Thomas

Richard Yongjae O’Neill, Boyoung Lee and E Jejun

FREDDIE MERCURY: THE GREAT PRETENDER HELLO?!ORCHESTRA EMP / Mercury Songs for Eagle Rock Presenter Sarita Choudhury

Entertainment

United Kingdom

Executive Producers: Terry Shand (Eagle Rock Entertainment), Geoff Kempin (Eagle Rock Entertainment) Producers: Andrew Winter (Eagle Rock Entertainment), Alan Ravenscroft (EMP), Jim Beach, Rhys Thomas, Joss Crowley Director: Rhys Thomas Freddie Mercury was one of the most charismatic, complex, and fascinating characters in British rock music. The story of Queen is much told, but this documentary focuses on Freddie and the solo projects he worked on outside of the band. Using extensive archive footage of interviews with Freddie as well as concerts, video shoots, and personal material, a portrait of Freddie Mercury emerges which is very different from his flamboyant stage persona. W16

Munhwa Broadcasting Corporation (MBC) / CEN MEDIA South Korea

Executive Producer: Boyoung Lee Producer: Hyunsuk Kim Directors: Wangmo Yeon, Donghyun Suh, Soojung Do, Wonjae Jang, Miran Shin Writers: Semee Kim, Hyeona Kim, Hwayoung Choi Principal Cast: Richard Yongjae O’Neill Violist Richard Yongjae O’Neill conducts an orchestra of 24 children from multicultural families. Raised in a multicultural family himself, Richard understands the discrimination these children face, and he attempts to unite and heal them through music. International Emmy Almanac 2013/2014


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2013 WINNERS

Best Performance by an Actor

Sean Bean

SEAN BEAN

as Simon Gaskell/Tracie Tremarco Accused RSJ Films United Kingdom

Presenters Taryn Manning and Jackie Cruz

Simon is a shy, lonely, English literature teacher with a secret. He has a transvestite alter-ego, Tracie. Tracie goes out to clubs at night. She is flamboyant, funny, and loud, and in search of love. International Emmy Almanac 2013/2014

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2013 WINNERS

Best Performance by an Actress

Fernanda Montenegro

FERNANDA MONTENEGRO

as Dona Picucha Sweet Mother TV Globo / Casa de Cinema do Porto Alegre Brazil

Presenter Steve Guttenberg

Dona Picucha is 85 and wishes to live independently in spite of her age and the concern of her children. She feels ready to try new experiences, like dancing. W18

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2013 WINNERS

Comedy

Chris O’Dowd and Nick Vincent Murphy

MOONE BOY

Baby Cow Productions Ltd / Hot Cod Productions / Grand Pictures / Sprout Pictures United Kingdom

Executive Producers: Chris O’Dowd, Henry Normal, Paul Donovan, Gina Carter, Lucy Lumsden Producer: Ted Dowd Director: Declan Lowney Writers: Chris O’Dowd, Nick Vincent Murphy Principal Cast: Chris O’Dowd, David Rawle, Peter McDonald, Deirdre O’Kane, Clare Monnelly, Aoife Duffin, Sarah White, Ian O’Reilly

Presenters Cathleen Rouleau and Anthony Kavanagh

Set in a small Irish town in 1989, Moone Boy follows the adventures of the youngest member of the Moone family, 11-year-old Martin. In order to survive life with his chaotic family Martin relies on his friend Sean Murphy for company. Sean is no ordinary pal, he’s imaginary: a grown man with a beard, whose middle name, Caution, gives him something of an edge.Together, Martin and Sean negotiate various obstacles, from his sisters’ pranks to the pressures of being an altar boy.

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2013 WINNERS

Documentary

Christine Camdessus and Emad Burnat

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Alegria Productions / Burnat Films Palestine / Guy DVD Films / France Télévisions France

Executive Producer: Serge Gordey Producers: Christine Camdessus, Serge Gordey, Emad Burnat, Guy Davidi Directors: Emad Burnat, Guy Davidi Writers: Emad Burnat, Guy Davidi

Presenter Kate Bolduan

5 Broken Cameras is a personal, firsthand account of life and nonviolent resistance in Bil’in, a West Bank village surrounded by Israeli settlements.The film was shot by Palestinian farmer Emad Burnat, who bought his first camera in 2005 to record the birth of his youngest son, Gibreel. The film is structured in chapters around the destruction of each one of Burnat’s cameras, and follows the Burnat family’s evolution over five years of village upheaval. W20

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2013 WINNERS

Drama Series

Carole Scotta, Caroline Benjo and Jimmy Desmarais

LES REVENANTS (THE RETURNED ) Haut et Court TV / Canal+ France

Producers: Caroline Benjo, Jimmy Desmarais, Barbara Letellier, Carole Scotta, Simon Arnal Directors: Fabrice Gobert, Frédéric Mermoud Writer: Fabrice Gobert Principal Cast: Anne Consigny, Frédéric Pierrot, Clotilde Hesme, Céline Sallette, Samir Guesmi, Grégory Gadebois, Guillaume Gouix, Pierre Perrier, Jean-François Sivadier, Alix Poisson, Yara Pilartz, Jenna Thiam, Swann Nambotin, Ana Girardot

Presenter Michael K. Williams

A small mountain community is rocked to its core when several local people who are presumed dead suddenly reappear at their homes. Despite having passed away some years earlier, these ghostly characters appear in human form, they have not aged, and they are completely unaware of their own fatality. Determined to reclaim their lives and start over, they slowly come to realize that they are not the only ones to have been brought back from the dead. International Emmy Almanac 2013/2014

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2013 WINNERS

Non-Scripted Entertainment

Michael Cordell

GO BACK TO WHERE YOU CAME FROM SERIES 2 SBS / Cordell Jigsaw Productions Australia

Executive Producers: Nick Murray, Michael Cordell Producers: Rick McPhee, Lincoln Howes Directors: Rick McPhee, Lincoln Howes Principal Cast: Peter Reith, Angry Anderson, Catherine Deveny, Michael Smith, Imogen Bailey, Allan Asher, David Corlett

Presenters Cauã Reymond and Amanda Righetti

With the asylum-seeker issue still dominating national debate in Australia, the series Go Back To Where You Came From returns for the next stage of its social experiment: to challenge the strongly held beliefs of six Australians on a journey to see the world through the eyes of refugees. This time, the stakes have been raised. The participants are going to the most desperate and dangerous corners of the world, and they are all high-profile Australians who represent different—often opposing—sides of the asylum-seeker debate.

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2013 WINNERS

Telenovela

Vinicius Coimbra, Claudia Lage and Joāo Braga

SIDE BY SIDE TV Globo Brazil

Producer: Manoel Martins Director: Dennis Carvalho Writers: João Ximenes Braga, Claudia Lage Principal Cast: Camila Pitanga, Marjorie Estiano, Lázaro Ramos, Thiago Fragoso, Patrícia Pillar, Alessandra Negrini, Werner Schunemann, Caio Blat, Cássio Gabus Mendes, Sheron Menezzes

Presenter Jeffrey Tambor

Laura and Isabel are two women from different social classes. One’s parents are former aristocrats, while the other’s are former slaves.The two families developed a solid friendship. Laura and Isabel fall in love with two young idealists, Edgar and Zé Maria. Amid the early Republic comes the emergence of samba, the arrival of soccer in Brazil, the end of the tenements, and the beginning of the slums (favelas) in Rio. International Emmy Almanac 2013/2014

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2013 WINNERS

TV Movie/Mini-Series

Sam Davis and Klaus Graf

A DAY FOR A MIRACLE (DAS WUNDER VON KÄRNTEN)

Rowboat Film and TV Production GmbH / ZDF / Graf Filmproduction GmbH / ORF Germany

Executive Producers: Sam Davis (Rowboat Film and TV Production), Klaus Graf (Graf Filmproduction) Producers: Daniel Blum (ZDF), Klaus Lintschinger (ORF), Sabine Weber (ORF) Director: Andreas Prochaska Writers: Christoph Silber, Thorsten Wettcke Principal Cast: Ken Duken, Julia Koschitz, Juergen Maurer, Gerti Drassl, Gerhard Liebmann, Erwin Steinhauer, Bernhard Schirr, Lindsey Duncan

Presenters Giancarlo Esposito and Jim Caviezel

In 1998, a young cardiovascular surgeon and ultra marathon runner from Vienna named Markus Höchstmann started his first job in rural Austria. Over two long days that same year he saved a life no one thought could be saved. With his superiors away, a drowned 4-year-old girl was brought into the emergency room. Cold and lifeless after having spent 30 minutes under water, she was considered clinically dead. Even though a similar resuscitation had never been accomplished, Markus risked everything to save the girl’s life and made medical history. W24

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2013 NOVEMBER BOARD & MEMBERS MEETING AND PANEL

Board & Members Meeting and Panel Member activities for November 25 kicked off with the traditional Breakfast and Board Meeting attended by over 100 members. After the executive committee completed its agenda, Bruce Paisner, President and CEO of the International Academy, invited Michael Chung, CEO of CIG Education Group, to give an overview of the Academy’s new education initiative and its fall pilot program, which took place in New York in October. Members at the Board Meeting

Executive Committee: Blair Westlake, Steve Ronson, Rainer Siek, Camille Bidermann Roizen, Bruce Paisner, Fred Cohen, Simon Sutton and Ralph Baruch

November Board Meeting in session

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Moderator David Westin with panelists Jorge Pontual, Abderrahim Foukara, John Mervin, James Tao Lu and Tom Kleijn

Following the meeting, the Academy hosted a panel titled “Mission Impossible (or at Least Pretty Hard): Explaining the United States Today to the Rest of the World,” moderated by David Westin and featuring speakers Abderrahim Foukara, Washington Bureau Chief, Al-Jazeera (Arabic) Satellite Channel; Tom Kleijn, America Correspondent for Nieuwsuur, NTR, Dutch National Television and News Emmy Award Winner; Tao Lu, Director of American News Center, Phoenix Satellite TV; John Mervin, Lead Business Editor and Producer, BBC in NY; and Jorge Pontual, Head Reporter, Globo US. David Westin briefly introduced each panelist and then launched the conversation by asking each speaker which U.S. story they thought was the hardest to explain to their audience. Answers ranged from the American political system and the government shutdown to the debt ceiling, Obama Care and mass shootings. Here are some short excerpts of the panel: James Tao Lu: “It is pretty embarrassing for China when the Chinese audience hears about the U.S. government shutdown. China has the largest foreign reserve in the world and 90% of it is in U.S. dollars. There are some real economic interests involved here.” John Mervin: “The United States still is massively influential throughout the world. There’s been an incremental falling of appetite to buy American debt but it’s small. There is no question that W26

the debt ceiling did diminish people’s appetite slightly and investors are not as keen to buy American bonds. Investors are not the public, but that situation did affect America’s standing in the world.” Abderrahim Foukara: “People from that part of the world (the Middle East) look at the issue of healthcare through two prisms: social justice and the ability for the government to live up to its promises. People then look at this and also think what does this mean for the U.S. government’s commitment to Syria or to Egypt? People are trying to figure out their future and they are trying also to figure out which political model they should base their society on: is it the European model or the American model?” Tom Kleijn: “My editor tells me that the U.S. is no longer of interest to viewers in Europe, but then again he had me on the air every night for eight days straight covering the government shutdown. I think people are confused about the role of the United States around the world.” Jorge Pontual: “The NSA story is something that really impacted the image of the United States in Brazil. The stories are not very clear and we do not have answers yet. People in Brazil were really outraged by this and don’t understand that Americans are not as outraged as they are by this.” International Emmy Almanac 2013/2014


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2013 NOVEMBER LUNCHEON

Luncheon with Anke Schäferkordt The annual Members’ Luncheon in honor of the 2013 International Emmy Directorate Award recipient featured Anke Schäferkordt, CEO of RTL Germany and Co-CEO of the RTL Group, in conversation with Scott Roxborough, International Editor of T he Ho llyw o o d Repo rter, at the International Academy Board & Members Luncheon. The conversation focused on significant shifts in the television industry over her 20-year career both on the content and

network sides of the business. She also shared personal anecdotes about rising through the ranks and how she manages her priorities at the helm of such a large media company. After the interview, Anke Schäferkordt answered questions from the audience composed of International Academy Members and their guests about her career and the upcoming challenges for RTL both in Germany and throughout the world.

Scott Roxborough and Anke Schäferkordt

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THE INTERNATIONAL EMMY WORLD TELEVISION FESTIVAL

2013 Festival he 2013 International Emmy World Television Festival launched on November 22 with a kick-off cocktail party at the Thomson Reuters headquarters in Times Square. The festival took place Saturday, November 23, and Sunday, November 24, 2013 at the Sofitel Hotel in New York City and featured the traditional screenings of the nominated programs as well as presentations, cocktails and networking events.The 2013 Festival Chair was Liu Changle, Chairman & CEO of Phoenix Satellite Television, for the ninth year in a row.

Thomson Reuters’ Dan Colarusso and Academy President & CEO Bruce Paisner

Thomson Reuters’ headquarters in Times Square

Steven Bawol, Annie Wegelius and Frank-Dieter Freiling

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Nominee presentations moderated by industry experts covered all 9 International Emmy categories and provided a forum for nominees to present their programs and discuss their work with festival participants. 2013 Festival Partners were: CCTV Documentary, Deluxe, Dori Media Group, Ernst & Young, Frankfurt Kurnit, Klein & Selz, Globo, Greater Fort Lauderdale/Broward Office of Film & Entertainment, Home Box Office (HBO), NRW: Germany’s Leading Media Center Media Authorities: LfM; The Film and Media Fund and The Ministry for Media, Microsoft, Phoenix Satellite Television, Sofitel Luxury Hotels and Tavalon Tea. International Emmy Almanac 2013/2014


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Justin Pemberton, Polly Fryer, Reiner Retslick, Theresa Healey and Steven O’Meagher

Emanuel Vanderjeugd and Aashka Goradia

Jarmo Kalliola, Charles Lei and Kaija Kalliola

Members and their guests during Opening Cocktail

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View of Times Square from the Thomson Reuters’ headquarters

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Highlights of the Festival included: Nominee Medal Ceremony Each of the nominees received an International Emmy medal and certificate presented to them by Bruce Paisner, President & CEO of The Academy; Fred Cohen, Chairman of The Academy; and Wang Jiyan, Executive VP of Phoenix Satellite Television.

Phoenix Satellite Television’s Wang Jiyan and James Tao Lu

TV Movie/Mini-Series nominees Johann Knobel and Ed Fraiman

2013 Semi-Final Judging Hosts receiving their certificates

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2013 Sir Peter UstinovTelevision Scriptwriting Award Winner, Rosy Deacon, and Academy Chairman Fred Cohen

Documentary nominee Emad Burnat (5 Broken Cameras )

Carlos Henrique Schroder and Best Performance by an Actress nominee Fernanda Montenegro

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Non-Scripted Entertainment nominee Dana Dayan

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Festival Brunch

Tavalon Tea Lounge

Microsoft’s Blair Westlake and Academy President & CEO Bruce Paisner

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Chello Latin America crew interviewing Best Performance by an Actor nominee Marcos Palmeira

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Best Performance Panel

Best Perfromanca Nominees: Fernanda Montenegro, Sheridan Smith, Sean Bean, Heino Ferch and Marcos Palmeira

Best Performance by an Actor & Actress Nominee Panel

Non-Scripted Entertainment nominees Alon Shtruzman (Dear Neighbors Help Our Daughter Find Love ), Michael Cordell (Go Back to Where You Came From – Series 2 ) and Donald Clarke (MasterChef South Africa )

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Duda Pereira and audience during Panel

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Drama panelists Caroline Benjo (Les Revenants ), Euclydes Marinho (Next in Line ) and Roxy Spencer (Accused )

Telenovela Panel moderator Alberto Santini Lara

Comedy Panel moderator Christina Rezk Resar and panelist Kagiso Lediga (Late Nite News with Loyiso Gola )

Panel audience

Rosy Deacon and performers at the Sir Peter UstinovTelevision Scriptwriting Reading

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Closing Cocktail sponsored by HBO (Home Box Office)

HBO sponsored the Festival closing cocktail for the seventh year in a row. Stanley Fertig, SVP of HBO International, welcomed all festival attendees and congratulated all the International Emmy Award nominees.

Stanley Fertig, SVP of HBO International

Nominee Emilio MaillĂŠ and Malinali Fossado

Elke Kimmlinger and Michael Loeb

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Zaheer Goodman-Bhyat, Iara Coltro and Marcello Coltro

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NRW Annual Rendez-Vous at The International Emmys Germany’s Nor th Rhine Westphalia’s media authorities, including LfM, The Film & Media Fund and The Ministry for Media, partnered with The International Academy for the sixth edition of the NRW Annual Rendezvous at The International Emmys. A delegation of German officials representing NRW region’s media authorities and television executives from leading German broadcasters and production companies, including Petra Müller (Film & Media Fund), Media Secretary Marc Jan Eumann, Anke Schäferkordt (RTL), Thomas Bellut (ZDF) and Verena Kulenkampff (WDR), who attended the Academy’s weekend and Monday events, met Tuesday during a private luncheon at Hearst Tower with their peers from leading U.S. broadcasters and production companies such as Andy Kaplan (Worldwide Networks, SPT), Abbe Raven (A+E Networks), Bruce Tuchman (AMC/Sundance Channel Global Networks), Stephen Segaller (Thirteen/WNET New York) and Steve Swartz (Hearst Corporation).

TV-Movie/Mini-Series winner Sam Davis, Norbert Himmler and Bruce Paisner

Leopold Hoesch, Andy Kaplan and Petra Mueller

Leopold Hoesch (Broadview), Tanja Güẞ (NRW Media and Film Fund), Sabine Bull (NRW Media and Film Fund), Andy Kaplan (Sony),Frank-Dieter Freiling (ZDF), Michael Loeb (WDR), Camille Bidermann Roizen (International Academy), Norbert Himmler (ZDF), Marc Jan Eumann (State Secretary for Federal Affairs, Europe and the Media, State Chancellery NRW), Steven Segaller (Thirteen/ WNET), Anke Schäferkordt (RTL), Bruce Paisner (International Academy), Petra Muller (NRW Film and Media Fund), Abbe Raven (A+E), Philip Borbély (MMC Movies and Studios), Verena Kulenkampff (WDR), Sam Davis (Rowboat) and Thomas Bellut (ZDF)

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President’s Report: Bruce Paisner

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International Emmy Directorate Award: Anke Schäferkordt

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International Emmy Founders Award: J.J. Abrams

2013 International Emmy Awards Semi-Final Round of Judging

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2013 Gala Host: John Oliver

September Board & Members Meeting: A Conversation with Anne Sweeney

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About The International Academy

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2013 News & Current Affairs Categories

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International Academy Membership Map

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Academy Foundation

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Directory of Members

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2013 International Emmy Award Nominees

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2013 Judging Participants

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2013 International Emmy Kids Awards

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List of Advertisers

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March Board & Members Meeting: A Conversation with James Murdoch

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Masthead

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2013 International Digital Emmy Awards at MIPTV

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INTERNATIONAL ACADEMY OF TELEVISION ARTS & SCIENCES

President’s Report As the Academy enters its second 40 years, 2013 has been a time of significant growth and new initiatives. Our organization now has over 700 members, all of them key media professionals from around the world. Their presence and interest has enabled us to take several important steps for the future of the organization: In February, we held our first stand-alone Kids Emmy ceremony, attended by 300 people in New York City. The second International Emmy Kids Awards will take place on February 10, 2014 in New York. The International Academy and the US Primetime Academy jointly decided that our organization will take on major responsibility for judging and awarding Emmys to US primetime programs produced in a language primarily other than English. This is an important new activity for the International Academy and a significant recognition of the power of non-English language programming in the US market. We launched the International Academy’s new education initiative and will be piloting this course with students from around the world.The course, directed at people interested in learning the business of international television, is a combination of online learning and several days of classroom activity and media organization visits.

International Academy President & CEO Bruce L. Paisner at the inaugural International Emmy Kids Awards

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Even while all these new initiatives were being put in place, the basic activities of the Academy continue to thrive. We had well over 1,000 entries from around the world for our four Emmy competitions, including the one which culminates at the November Gala. In addition to that long time event, the Academy now holds separate ceremonies for Emmys for News and Current Affairs Programming, Digital Programming and, of course, Kids Programming. Our board and members meetings this year dealt with Academy business and industry issues and featured two prominent guests. At the March meeting, Academy Director Jonathan Miller led a wide-ranging discussion with News Corp’s James Murdoch about industry and world issues. Mr. Murdoch took our members through a perceptive countryby-country analysis of media opportunities and challenges. At our Los Angeles meeting in September, held at the Paley Center building in Beverly Hills, Paley President and Academy Director Pat Mitchell interviewed leading media innovator Anne Sweeney, the Co-Chair of Disney Media Networks and President of Disney/ABC Television Group. We have now scheduled dates and places for our very popular initiative, International Academy Day. Next spring, we will hold an Academy Day in Jerusalem, from June 11 to 14, which will be hosted by Academy Director Nadav Palti and his company, Dori Media Group. The organizers of this major event are planning meetings with leading media and political figures in the region and several outstanding cultural events. A year later, from June 25 to 28, 2015, we will hold an Academy Day in Rio de Janeiro in conjunction with the run up to the 2016 Rio Summer Olympics. Our host,TV Globo, is a long-time and valued partner of the Academy and the host broadcaster for the Olympics. We will be welcomed by Globo’s Executive Team, headed by Globo CEO Carlos Henrique Schroder and its Director of Programming, Amauri Soares. As television around the world has become increasingly interdependent, the Academy has come to work with a wide range of distinguished partners. We present the Digital Emmys at MIPTV in partnership with the Reed Midem organization; we present the News Emmys in New York in an alliance with the National Television Academy’s own news awards. And, of course, we have a group of distinguished partners for the November Gala, the Kids Emmy Awards and our annual World Television International Emmy Almanac 2013/2014


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Academy President & CEO Bruce L. Paisner introducing Fuel Media Capital’s Co-Founder Jon Miller and News Corp’s Deputy COO James Murdoch at the March Board & Members Meeting

Festival. All of these companies are listed elsewhere in this Almanac, and we thank them profoundly for their support and belief in the International Academy’s mission. A rapidly growing organization like ours is highly dependent on good governance, and I am indebted to the Academy’s Executive Committee, which has worked with me for many years in guiding our organization. I want to thank Fred Cohen, our Chairman; Simon Sutton and Blair Westlake, respectively our Secretary and Treasurer; Larry Gershman, Rainer Siek, Jim Rosenfeld and Kevin Beggs, the heads of our standing committees; and Ralph Baruch, Adriana Cisneros and Steve Ronson. The organization is exceedingly well run on a daily basis by a professional staff led by Camille Bidermann Roizen, our Senior Vice President and Executive Director. She and her staff are a marvel. We have an excellent working relationship with the Television Academy in Los Angeles and the National Television Academy in New York. For that, I am grateful for the support of Bruce Rosenblum and Lucy Hood at the Academy of Tele vision Arts & Sciences, and of Malachy Wienges, Carolyn Grippi and Herb Granath at the National Academy. I have been fortunate to spend much of my professional career at Hearst Corporation, led so ably for most of my time here by Frank A. Bennack, Jr., Executive Vice Chairman of Hearst. Frank has always been a strong advocate of the Academy’s mission and activities, and I have been much better at this job because of him. Frank was succeeded as CEO of Hearst this year by Steven Swar tz. Steve, too, is a ver y talented and imaginative media executive with a International Emmy Almanac 2013/2014

Academy President & CEO Bruce L. Paisner, Disney Media Networks Co-Chair & President, Disney/ABC Television Group, Anne Sweeney and Pat Mitchell, President & CEO, The Paley Center for Media

deep interest in the Academy. He has become a great suppor ter of what we do, and I am grateful for that. On a worldwide basis, our profession has never been more important or more challenged. We deal every day with technological leaps which make possible great advances in what we do, but also challenge us to keep up. The journalists who are an important part of our constituency are challenged in a different way, and all too often put their lives at risk to get the story. The Academy seeks to be a touchstone in our members’ professional lives and a source of encouragement and recognition for the difficult yet often exhilarating changes we face very day. In this vital task, I hope we are succeeding. 5


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INTERNATIONAL EMMY DIRECTORATE AWARD

Anke Schäferkordt

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The International Emmy Directorate Award is presented to Anke Schäferkordt CEO, RTL Germany, and Co-CEO, RTL Group, the leading European entertainment network and one of the world’s largest production companies. nke Schäferkordt joined the market-leading German commercial broadcaster RTL Television in 1991, rising through the company’s ranks to become CEO of RTL Television as well as CEO of RTL Germany in 2005. Since April 2012, she has been Co-CEO of RTL Group. In this capacity, she still retains her role as CEO of RTL Germany and also sits on the Executive Board of Ber telsmann, RTL Group’s majority shareholder. After receiving her degree in business administration Anke Schäferkordt began her career at Bertelsmann AG in 1988. In 1991 she went to Cologne to become an executive assistant for sales controlling and strategic planning at RTL Plus (now RTL Television), taking over the controlling department the following year. From 1993 to 1995 Anke Schäferkordt was a Director in charge of the Corporate Planning and Controlling Division at RTL Television. In 1995 she moved to the TV broadcaster VOX, serving as CFO and, from 1997 onwards, also as Program Director. From 1999 until 2005, Anke Schäferkordt was the CEO of VOX. In February 2005 she was appointed Chief Operating Officer and Deputy CEO of RTL Television. In this capacity she was responsible for Finance, Technical Services, Information and Media Policy as well as the General Secretariat, the advertising sales unit IP Deutschland, the VOX channel and RTL Group’s holdings in N-TV and Super RTL. RTL Group is the leading European entertainment network, with interests in 54 television channels and 28 radio stations and content production throughout the world. The television portfolio of Europe’s largest broadcaster includes 6

RTL Television in Germany, M6 in France, the RTL channels in the Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg, Croatia, Hungary and Antena 3 in Spain. The company also operates the jointventure channels RTL CBS Enter tainment HD in Southeast Asia and Big RTL Thrill in India. RTL Group’s families of TV channels are either the number one or number two in eight European countries. The Group’s flagship radio station is RTL in France, and it also owns or has interests in other stations in France, Germany, Belgium, the Netherlands, Spain and Luxembourg. RTL Group’s content production arm, FremantleMedia, is one of the largest international creators, producers and distributors of multi-genre content outside the U.S. With operations in 22 countries, FremantleMedia’s comprehensive global network creates over 9,200 hours of programming a year and distributes over 20,000 hours of content worldwide. Combining the catch-up TV services of its broadcasters, the newly acquired Multichannel Network Broadband TV and FremantleMedia’s more than 100 YouTube channels, RTL Group has become the leading European media company in online video. RTL Germany is one of the leading media companies in Germany and the strongest profit centre of RTL Group. The broad range of activities includes six free-TV channels with their respective online video-on-demand and TV sites, as well as three thematic pay TV channels, followed by the launch of a fourth one in the first half of next year. In 2012 the number of video views on online platforms of RTL Germany including transactional sites and verticals exceeded 1 billion for the first time. International Emmy Almanac 2013/2014


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J.J. Abrams The International Emmy Founders Awards is presented to film and television Writer, Director, Producer J.J. Abrams, who has made an indelible mark on our global culture with global television hits such as Alias, Lost, Person of Interest and Fringe.

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Abrams is the Founder and President of Bad Robot Productions, which he runs with his producing partner Bryan Burk. Formed in 2001, Bad Robot is par tnered with Paramount Pictures and Warner Bros. Studios, and has produced films and television series such as Cloverfield, Star Trek, Morning Glory, Super 8, Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol, ABC’s Alias and Lost, FOX’s Fringe, and CBS’s Person of Interest. Born in New York and raised in Los Angeles, Abrams attended Sarah Lawrence College. In the years following, he wrote or co-wrote such films as Regarding Henry, Forever Young, Armageddon, and Joy Ride. In 1998, Abrams co-created his first television series, Felicity, with collaborator and long-time friend Matt Reeves. Abrams served as Executive Producer for the series’ four-season run on The WB. Additionally, Abrams created and executive produced Alias for ABC, and cocreated executive produced ABC’s Lost with Damon Lindelof. In 2006, Abrams directed his first feature film, Mission: Impossible 3. His second feature directorial effor t Star Trek was released in May 2009. Super 8, written and directed by Abrams, and produced by Abrams, Burk and Steven Spielberg, was released in June 2011. His most recent effor t, Star Trek Into Darkness, was released in May 2013. Abrams is currently working on the next installment in the Star Wars saga. In 2005, Abrams received Emmy Awards for Outstanding Directing in a Drama Series for the Lost pilot as well as Outstanding Drama Series for Lost. He also received Emmy nominations for his Alias and Lost pilot scripts. In addition, Abrams composed the theme music for Alias, Fringe, Lost, Person of Interest, Revolution, Almost Human, and he co-wrote the theme song for Felicity. Abrams presently serves as Executive Producer of CBS’s Person of Interest, FOX’s Almost Human, NBC’s Revolution, and upcoming, Believe. Abrams and his wife, Katie McGrath, live in Los Angeles with their children: Henry, Gracie and August. 7


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John Oliver John Oliver is an Emmy and Writer’s Guild Award-winning writer, correspondent and most recently, guest host on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart.

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e first came to prominence for his cutting-edge political stand-up in the U.K., with a string of television appearances and sold-out solo shows at the Edinburgh Festival. Having made the move to America in 2006 to work on The Daily Show, John won the Breakout Award at the Aspen Comedy Festival in 2007 and went on to write and star in his first hour-long Comedy Central stand-up special, John Oliver: Terrifying Times, in 2008. Such was its success that John has now hosted four seasons of his own standup series for Comedy Central, John Oliver’s New York Stand Up Show, featuring a hand-picked selection of his favourite comedians. With long-time collaborator Andy Zaltzman, John co-writes and co-presents the hugely popular weekly satirical podcast The Bugle. Its success has grown significantly since its inception in 2007 and now pulls in over 500,000 downloads a week. John and Andy previously wrote and starred in three series of The Department (BBC Radio 4) alongside Chris Addison, as well as two series of BBC Radio 4 show Political Animal, based on their satirical live standup show. In John’s rare moments of free time from The Daily Show, he continues to successfully tour the U.S. as a stand up. He has a regular guest role on NBC’s sitcom Community, is the voice of Vanity Smurf in The Smurfs movie and its sequel The Smurfs 2, and has recently appeared in The Simpsons as Marge and Homer’s next-door neighbour, Booth Wilkes-John The Onion quotes him as “a master storyteller, stringing jokes together so tightly that not a syllable falls out of place.” The Times calls him: “The most intelligent political stand-up you’ll see this year.”

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Connecting the world’s leading media and entertainment professionals he strength of the International Academy undoubtedly lies in the composition of its membership: a “Who’s Who” of international television encompassing over 500 companies and key media figures from all sectors of television, including internet, mobile and technology. The Academy was founded in 1969 and chartered with a mission to recognize excellence in television programming produced outside of the United States. It is a unique, independent organization whose members come together to exchange ideas, discuss common issues and promote new strategies for the future development of quality television programming.

Norman Lear, Ryan Murphy and Alan Alda at the 40th International Emmy Awards

The New York Children’s Chorus at the Inaugural International Emmy Kids Awards

Gene Simmons presenting at the 2013 International Digital Emmy Awards at MIPTV

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The International Academy is best known worldwide for presenting the International Emmy Awards. Every November, over 1,000 television professionals gather at the black-tie Gala to celebrate excellence in television produced outside of the United States and to network with their peers from the international television community. The Academy also presents the International Digital Emmy Awards at MIPTV, in April, in Cannes, France, and the International Emmy Kids Awards, in February, in New York. International Emmy Awards are given in twenty categories including: Arts Programming; Best Performance by an Actress; Best Performance by an Actor; Comedy; Documentary; Drama Series; Non-Scripted Entertainment; Telenovela; TV Movie/Mini-Series; Digital Program: Children & Young People; Digital Program: Fiction; Digital Program: Non-Fiction; News; Current Affairs; Kids: Preschool; Kids:Animation; Kids: Factual; Kids: Non-Scripted Entertainment; Kids: Series; Kids:TV Movie/Mini-Series. However, the Academy’s activities extend well beyond awards. The Academy is a membership-based organization with year-round activities for its Members, including: Panels & Board & Members Meetings, The International Emmy World Television Festival and International Academy Day. For more information and a calendar of upcoming events, go to The International Academy’s website, www.iemmys.tv. 9


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2013 NOMINEES

Arts Programming

UNITED KINGDOM

SOUTH KOREA

MEXICO

BELGIUM

Freddie Mercury:The Great Pretender

Hello?! Orchestra

Multiple Visions,The Crazy Machine

Soundtrack

EMP / Mercury Songs for Eagle Rock Entertainment Executive Producers: Terry Shand (Eagle Rock Entertainment), Geoff Kempin (Eagle Rock Entertainment) Producers: Andrew Winter (Eagle Rock Entertainment), Alan Ravenscroft (EMP), Jim Beach, Rhys Thomas, Joss Crowley Director: Rhys Thomas Freddie Mercury was one of the most charismatic, complex, and fascinating characters in British rock music. The story of Queen is much told, but this documentary focuses on Freddie and the solo projects he worked on outside of the band. Using extensive archive footage of interviews with Freddie as well as concerts, video shoots, and personal material, a portrait of Freddie Mercury emerges which is very different from his flamboyant stage persona.

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Munhwa Broadcasting Corporation (MBC) / CEN MEDIA Executive Producer: Boyoung Lee Producer: Hyunsuk Kim Directors: Wangmo Yeon, Donghyun Suh, Soojung Do, Wonjae Jang, Miran Shin Writers: Semee Kim, Hyeona Kim, Hwayoung Choi Principal Cast: Richard Yongjae O’Neill Violist Richard Yongjae O’Neill conducts an orchestra of 24 children from multicultural families. Raised in a multicultural family himself, Richard understands the discrimination these children face, and he attempts to unite and heal them through music.

El Caiman / Alebrije Cine & Video / La Femme Endormie / TV UNAM / ONCE TV / Estudios Churubusco / Comunicación Fractal Executive Producers: Gustavo Angel, Monica Lozano Producers: Gustavo Angel, Monica Lozano Director: Emilio Miallé Writer: Emilio Miallé Principal Cast: Darius Khondji, Christopher Doyle, Vittorio Storaro, Anthony Dod Mantle, Philippe Rousselot, Guisuppe Rotunno, Haskell Wexler, Janusz Kaminsky, Larry Smith, Raoul Coutard, Cesar Charlone, Benoit Debie, Pascal Marti, Ricardo Aronovich

Geronimo Productions Producers: Emanuel Vanderjeugd, Jasper Moeyaert Directors: Bjorn Rutgeerts, Stefaan Ledeganck Principal Cast: Dijf Sanders, Johannes Verschaeve, Eva De Roovere, Jason Dousselaere Soundtrack tells the story of four musicians who traveled around Israel and the Palestinian Territories. During the journey they discover what role music plays in areas of conflict. The soundtrack of the series was entirely created by the musicians during their travels.

Gabriel Figueroa is the most renowned Mexican cinematographer of the 20th century. His films have inspired some of the best cinematographers in world; here they discuss Figueroa’s art and the way they approach their own work.

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2013 NOMINEES

Best Performance by an Actor

UNITED KINGDOM

GERMANY

BRAZIL

JAPAN

Sean Bean

Heino Ferch

Marcos Palmeira

Shinichi Tsutsumi

as Simon Gaskell/ Tracie Tremarco Accused RSJ Films Simon is a shy, lonely, English literature teacher with a secret. He has a transvestite alter-ego, Tracie. Tracie goes out to clubs at night. She is flamboyant, funny, and loud, and in search of love.

as Richard Brock Anatomy of Revenge (Spuren des Bösen – Racheengel) ZDF / ORF / Aichholzer Filmproduktion Richard Brock is a former police psychologist who has questioned many criminals in Vienna. He has a brilliant mind. He is widowed, does not have a driver’s license, and collects watches.

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as Paolo Mandrake Mandrake Especial HBO Latin America / Goritzia Filmes What makes Mandrake an intuitive and shrewd lawyer is also what makes him irresistible to women. He is simultaneously pursuing two love affairs: one with the mature and sophisticated Berta Bronstein and another with Bebel, an exuberant girl of 18. Mandrake shares a small but well-respected law firm with the pessimistic and fatalistic lawyer Wexler, who he considers a father figure.

as Yasuo Ichikawa Yasu – A Single Father’s Story NHK Yasuo Ichikawa, known as Yasu, is a truck driver, devoted husband and father. He loves drinking and smoking but has a good reputation as a worker. When his wife Misako dies in an accident, Yasu is faced with raising their little boy, Akira, by himself.

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Best Performance by an Actress

BRAZIL

UNITED KINGDOM

PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF CHINA

SWEDEN

Fernanda Montenegro

Sheridan Smith

Li Sun

Lotta Tejle

Dona Picucha is 85 and wishes to live independently in spite of her age and the concern of her children. She feels ready to try new experiences, like dancing.

Charmian Biggs is strongminded, determined, passionate, loyal, and above all else, fiercely protective of her family. In an eventful seventeen-year period, she is transformed from a naïve teenager, desperate to escape the stifling world of an overbearing father, to an empowered mother of four battling to keep her family together.

Zhen Huan, daughter of Emperor Yongzheng’s close aide, is selected as a concubine-in-waiting against her will. The Emperor falls in love with her, which leads to many conspiracies against her. She is framed and expelled to Ganlu Temple, where she meets Prince Guo, the 17th Lord. She falls in love with him.

Majlis is the long-suffering wife of abusive, meanspirited ex-pilot named Bengt. She persuades Bengt to travel to Thailand. Majlis loves Thailand as intensely as her husband hates it. When she suggests that they should move to Thailand and live on Bengt’s retirement money, he refuses. Bengt doesn’t care what Majlis wants — he just wants to go back to Sweden. But a sudden accident opens a door for Majlis to stay.

as Dona Picucha Sweet Mother TV Globo / Casa de Cinema do Porto Alegre

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as Charmian Biggs Mrs Biggs ITV Studios / December Media

as Zhen Huan The Back Palace: Legend of Zhen Huan Dongyang Flower Film TV Culture / Beijing TV Art Center / SMG Picture / Beijing Star Galaxy Film TV Culture Communication

as Majlis 30 Degrees in February (30 grader i februari) SVT - Sveriges Television / Fundament Film

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2013 NOMINEES

Comedy

BRAZIL

SOUTH AFRICA

UNITED KINGDOM

FRANCE

How to Enjoy the End of the World

Late Nite News with Loyiso Gola

Moone Boy

Workingirls

TV Globo

Diprente / eNCA

Gazelle & Cie / Canal+

Producer: Manoel Martins Director: José Alvarenga Júnior Writers: Alexandre Machado, Fernanda Young Principal Cast: Alinne Moraes, Danton Mello, Nelson Freitas

Executive Producers: Loyiso Gola, Kagiso Lediga, Tamsin Andersson, Andrew Wessels, Debbie Meyer (eNCA) Producer: Tamsin Andersson Director: Kagiso Lediga Writers: Kagiso Lediga, Loyiso Gola, Camilo Saloojee, Karabo Lediga, Simo Mngomeni, Mpheng Morobe, David Kibuuka, Christopher Steenkamp, Lynsey Chutel, Lazola Gola, Mojak Lehoko, Robby Collins Principal Cast: Loyiso Gola, David Kibuuka, Conrad Koch, Daniel Friedman, Tats Nkonzo, Tol A$$ Mo, Ntosh Madlingozi

Baby Cow Productions Ltd / Hot Cod Productions / Grand Pictures / Sprout Pictures

The proximity of the apocalyptic Mayan date December 21, 2012, causes the mystical Katia to live as if the world will soon end. With a list of the biggest mistakes she made along her life in hand, Katia is determined to fix them one by one. Her long list includes ideas of revenge, romance, and sexual desires. She works in a personnel department and her fate is intersected with that of Ernani’s, an uptight and skeptical accounting technician. Now Katia has to use her wit and persuasion to convince her coworker that the end is near.

Late Nite News with Loyiso Gola is a political satire show featuring South Africa’s most innovative comedians in a combination of traditional news reportage, sketches, and live music.

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Executive Producers: Chris O’Dowd, Henry Normal, Paul Donovan, Gina Carter, Lucy Lumsden Producer: Ted Dowd Director: Declan Lowney Writers: Chris O’Dowd, Nick Vincent Murphy Principal Cast: Chris O’Dowd, David Rawle, Peter McDonald, Deirdre O’Kane, Clare Monnelly, Aoife Duffin, Sarah White, Ian O’Reilly Set in a small Irish town in 1989, Moone Boy follows the adventures of the youngest member of the Moone family, 11-year-old Martin. In order to survive life with his chaotic family Martin relies on his friend, Sean Murphy for company. Sean is no ordinary pal, he’s imaginary: a grown man with a beard, whose middle name, Caution, gives him something of an edge. Together, Martin and Sean negotiate various obstacles, from his sisters’ pranks to the pressures of being an altar boy.

Executive Producers: Gaëlle Cholet, Thierry Bizot, Emmanuel Chain Producer: Gaëlle Cholet Director: Sylvain Fusée Writers: Frank Bellocq, Eve-Sophie Santerre, Béatrice Fournera Principal Cast: Claude Perron, Laurence Arné, Blanche Gardin, Vanessa David, Alice Belaïdi, Clémence Faure Welcome to the business world of Workingirls. Among them, there are all the stereotypes of the working woman: the inevitable single depressive, the nymphomaniac disheveled woman, the guilty mother, entangled between private life and professional life, and the senior who has fought hard against the men to climb the ladder.

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2013 NOMINEES

Documentary

FRANCE

MEXICO

NEW ZEALAND

SOUTH KOREA

5 Broken Cameras

5 de Mayo, Un Día de Gloria

The Golden Hour

My Mother, Lady Bondong

Alegria Productions / Burnat Films Palestine / Guy DVD Films / France Télévisions Executive Producer: Serge Gordey Producers: Christine Camdessus, Serge Gordey, Emad Burnat, Guy Davidi Directors: Emad Burnat, Guy Davidi Writers: Emad Burnat, Guy Davidi 5 Broken Cameras is a personal, firsthand account of life and nonviolent resistance in Bil’in, a West Bank village surrounded by Israeli settlements. The film was shot by Palestinian farmer Emad Burnat, who bought his first camera in 2005 to record the birth of his youngest son, Gibreel. The film is structured in chapters around the destruction of each one of Burnat’s cameras, and follows the Burnat family’s evolution over five years of village upheaval.

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Discovery Channel Latin America / Cactus Films Executive Producer: Michela Giorelli Producers: Rafael Rodriguez, Irune Ariztoy, José Cohen Directors: Andrea Martínez, Mauricio Vélez Domínguez Writers: Luis Mario Aguilera, Marco Sahagún Principal Cast: Eduardo Ruy, François Duregme, Alberto Acosta, Marco Zapata, Kenya Lara, Alan Gutierrez, Carlos Aragón, Pascacio López, Juan Carlos Vives, Diana Salgado 5 de Mayo, Un Dia de Gloria was produced to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the Battle of Puebla. On May 5, 1862, a makeshift Mexican Army defeated the occupying of French forces, providing a significant morale boost to the Mexicans.The story is told by Mexican historians and military experts. A French-born scholar also offers a contrasting view on the military strategy that eventually paved the way for the Mexican Army to reclaim its sovereignty.

Desert Road Executive Producer: Steven O’Meagher Producer: Polly Fryer Director: Justin Pemberton Writer: Justin Pemberton Principal Cast: Sir Murray Halberg, Sir Peter Snell, Garth Gilmour, David Maraniss Based on the true-life heroics of iconic New Zealand Olympians and runners Peter Snell and Murray Halberg, and their visionary coach Arthur Lydiard, The Golden Hour is a docu-drama which recounts one of New Zealand sports’ greatest ever moments: two gold medals achieved at the 1960 Rome Olympic Games.

Munhwa Broadcasting Corporation (MBC) Executive Producer: Yeonsik Cheon Producer: Insoo Kim Director: Insoo Kim Writer: Eunhee Kim Principal Cast: Jongrye Kim, Seungae Chae In Korea, half a million elderly people suffer from dementia. Two years ago, Chae Seungae and her family were struck with unexpected news; their mother, Kim Jongrye, was diagnosed with dementia. It came as a shock to them, because she was a strong person who was living alone in the countryside, still farming, after raising 8 children all alone.

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2013 NOMINEES

Drama Series

UNITED KINGDOM

PHILIPPINES

BRAZIL

FRANCE

Accused

Maalaala Mo Kaya (Remembering)

Next in Line

Les Revenants (The Returned)

RSJ FILMS Executive Producers: Sita Williams, Roxy Spencer, Jimmy McGovern Producer: Sita Williams Directors: David Blair, Ashley Pearce Principal Cast: Sean Bean, Stephen Graham, Anne Marie Duff, Olivia Colman Accused tells the stories of people in the holding cells on the corridor beneath a crown court as they await their verdicts. Each week as they make the long journey up to their courtroom to hear the verdict of the jury, flashbacks reveal how they ended up there.

ABS-CBN Corporation Executive Producers: Lindsay Anne A. Dizon, Fe Catherine A. San Pablo Producers: Malou N. Santos, Rodora Felisa C. dela Cerna Director: Nuel C. Naval Writers: Arah Jell Badayos, Benson Logronio Principal Cast: Carlo Aquino, Joem Bascom, Jane Oineza, Angel Aquino Maalaala Mo Kaya is an anthology drama series hosted by movie icon Ms. Charo Santos.

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TV Globo Producer: Manoel Martins Directors: Ricardo Waddington, Gustavo Fernandez Writer: Euclydes Marinho Principal Cast: Domingos Montagner, Maria Fernanda Cândido, Juliana Schalch, Alinne Rosa, Cacá Amaral, José Wilker, Leopoldo Pacheco, Murilo Armacollo, Luiz Carlos Miele, Otávio Augusto, Maria do Carmo Soares, Mariana Lima, Hugo Carvana, Sandra Corveloni Paulo Ventura’s life changes suddenly when he assumes the role of President of the Republic of Brazil overnight. His mission as President is to confront a series of political and institutional scandals. He faces challenges, threats, and several new enemies. Paulo also battles with family issues, including acceptance of his spoiled and edgy daughter Marta, and his son Julio, who returns home as the transsexual Julie.

Haut et Court TV / Canal+ Producers: Caroline Benjo, Jimmy Desmarais, Barbara Letellier, Carole Scotta, Simon Arnal Directors: Fabrice Gobert, Frédéric Mermoud Writer: Fabrice Gobert Principal Cast: Anne Consigny, Frédéric Pierrot, Clotilde Hesme, Céline Sallette, Samir Guesmi, Grégory Gadebois, Guillaume Gouix, Pierre Perrier, Jean-François Sivadier, Alix Poisson, Yara Pilartz, Jenna Thiam, Swann Nambotin, Ana Girardot A small mountain community is rocked to its core when several local people who are presumed dead suddenly reappear at their homes. Despite having passed away some years earlier, these ghostly characters appear in human form, they have not aged, and they are completely unaware of their own fatality. Determined to reclaim their lives and start over, they slowly come to realize that they are not the only ones to have been brought back from the dead. 17


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2013 NOMINEES

Non-Scripted Entertainment

ISRAEL

AUSTRALIA

SOUTH AFRICA

COLOMBIA

Dear Neighbors Help Our Daughter Find Love

Go Back To Where You Came From - Series 2

MasterChef South Africa

Reto al Chef 2

Fuchsia Productions for Keshet Broadcasting

SBS / Cordell Jigsaw Productions

Quizzical Pictures / Lucky Bean Media

Foxtelecolombia / Fox Toma 1

Executive Producers: Avi Nir, Ran Telem, Dana Dayan Producer: Tal Birenboim Directors: Roy Oz, Yoni Golan, Lior Sheffer Writers: Roy Oz, Yoni Golan

Executive Producers: Nick Murray, Michael Cordell Producers: Rick McPhee, Lincoln Howes Directors: Rick McPhee, Lincoln Howes Principal Cast: Peter Reith, Angry Anderson, Catherine Deveny, Michael Smith, Imogen Bailey, Allan Asher, David Corlett

Each week a small town couple recruits their entire community to help find a match for their single daughter.

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With the asylum-seeker issue still dominating national debate in Australia, the series Go Back To Where You Came From returns for the next stage of its social experiment: to challenge the strongly held beliefs of six Australians on a journey to see the world through the eyes of refugees. This time, the stakes have been raised. The participants are going to the most desperate and dangerous corners of the world, and they are all highprofile Australians who represent different — often opposing — sides of the asylum-seeker debate.

Executive Producers: Donald Clarke, Harriet Gavshon Producer: Mariki Van der Walt Director: Donald Clarke Writer: Donald Clarke Principal Cast: Andrew Atkinson, Pete Goffe-Wood, Benny Masekwameng MasterChef South Africa is a reality cooking competition. Thousands of hopefuls cook for the chance to be a part of the MasterChef kitchen. They are scrutinized by South Africa’s leading culinary experts as they battle it out for the title of MasterChef.

Executive Producer: Carolina Salazar Producer: Claudia Arcila Principal Cast: Chef Simon Bühler Chef Simon Bühler travels through L.A., New York, and Bogotá, challenging Latin American cooks and experienced chefs in their own restaurants.

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Telenovela

CANADA

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Brazil Avenue

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Windeck

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TV Globo

TV Globo

Executive Producers: Fabienne Larouche, Michel Trudeau, Sylvie Lacoste, Sébastien Pigeon Producers: Fabienne Larouche, Michel Trudeau Director: François Bouvier Writer: Fabienne Larouche Principal Cast: Guillaume Lemay-Thivierge, Alexandre Vallerand, Nathalie Mallette, Widemir Normil, Dan Bigras, Louis Champagne

Producer: Manoel Martins Directors: Ricardo Waddington, Amora Mautner, José Luiz Villamarim Writer: João Emanuel Carneiro Principal Cast: Débora Falabella, Adriana Esteves, Murilo Benício, Cauã Reymond, Marcello Novaes, Eliane Giardini, Marcos Caruso, José de Abreu, Vera Holtz, Ísis Valverde, Heloísa Perissé, Alexandre Borges, Débora Bloch, Camila Morgado, Carolina Ferraz

Producer: Manoel Martins Director: Dennis Carvalho Writers: João Ximenes Braga, Claudia Lage Principal Cast: Camila Pitanga, Marjorie Estiano, Lázaro Ramos, Thiago Fragoso, Patrícia Pillar, Alessandra Negrini, Werner Schunemann, Caio Blat, Cássio Gabus Mendes, Sheron Menezzes

Semba Comunicação

Vincent Picard, a history teacher at Vieux-Havre High School, forms a special relationship with a student who is grappling with problems.

Rita discovers that her stepmother, Carminha, and her lover have a plan to steal the money from the sale of her father’s house. Rita decides to tell her father, Genésio. While attempting to have the woman arrested, Genésio gets ran over by Tufão, a famous soccer player. Feeling guilty,Tufão decides to help the widow, who glimpses the opportunity to marry into money. Carminha abandons her stepdaughter at a landfill site and marries Tufão. Carminha takes her lover along, who marries Tufão’s sister. Rita changes her name and seeks revenge.

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Laura and Isabel are two women from different social classes. One’s parents are former aristocrats, while the other’s are former slaves. The two families developed a solid friendship. Laura and Isabel fall in love with two young idealists, Edgar and Zé Maria. Amid the early Republic comes the emergence of samba, the arrival of soccer in Brazil, the end of the tenements, and the beginning of the slums (favelas) in Rio.

Executive Producers: Coréon Dú, Sérgio Neto, Renato Freitas Producers: Inês McMillan Tavares, Alberto Cardoso Directors: Sérgio Graciano, Luis Pamplona, Paulo Brito, Paulo Rosa, Manuel Pureza Writers: Joana Jorge, Coréon Dú, Isilda Hurst, Alexandre Tavares, Andreia Vicente Martins, Miguel Crespo, Eduarda Laia Principal Cast: Celso Roberto, Nádia da Silva, Micaela Reis, Edusa Chindecasse, Ery Costa, Grace Mendes, Solange Hilário, Marta Faial, Tânia Burity, Eric Santos, Fredy Costa, Joel Benoliel, Vanda Pedro, Lélis Twevekamba, David Enoque Caracol, Yolanda Viegas, Dennis Fonse Windeck is about the daily routine of the editorial office of a lifestyle magazine. Here beauty, glamour, and dreams come to life, along with the dramas and dilemmas of modern-day living.

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UNITED KINGDOM

URUGUAY

A Day for a Miracle (Das Wunder von Kärnten)

Heaven’s Ark

Secret State

WOWOW Inc. / Fine Entertainment Co., Ltd.

Company Pictures / Newscope Films

Somos - Cadáver se necesita

Executive Producer: Eiji Omura Producers: Mamoru Inoue, Masayuki Morikawa Directors: Manabu Asou, Koji Shintoku Writer: Taeko Asano Principal Cast: Miki Mizuno, Tsuyoshi Ihara, Shinji Takeda, Naho Toda, Kazuya Takahashi, Keisuke Horibe, Win Morisaki, Shiro Sano

Executive Producers: George Faber, Charles Pattinson, Jason Newmark, Ed Fraiman Producer: Johann Knobel Director: Ed Fraiman Writer: Robert Jones Principal Cast: Gabriel Byrne, Charles Dance, Stephen Dillane, Rupert Graves, Douglas Hodge, Ralph Ineson, Sylvestra Le Touzel, Anna Madeley, Gina McKee, Ruth Negga, Jamie Sives, Al Weaver, Lia Williams

Rowboat Film and TV Production GmbH / ZDF / Graf Filmproduction GmbH / ORF Executive Producers: Sam Davis (Rowboat Film and TV Production), Klaus Graf (Graf Filmproduction) Producers: Daniel Blum (ZDF), Klaus Lintschinger (ORF), Sabine Weber (ORF) Director: Andreas Prochaska Writers: Christoph Silber, Thorsten Wettcke Principal Cast: Ken Duken, Julia Koschitz, Juergen Maurer, Gerti Drassl, Gerhard Liebmann, Erwin Steinhauer, Bernhard Schir In 1998, a young cardiovascular surgeon and ultra marathon runner from Vienna named Markus Höchstmann started his first job in rural Austria.With his superiors away, a drowned 4-year-old girl was brought into the emergency room. Cold and lifeless after having spent 30 minutes under water, she was considered clinically dead. Even though a similar resuscitation had never been accomplished, Markus risked everything to save the girl’s life and made medical history. 20

Japan is one of the world’s largest providers of overseas development assistance, or ‘ODA.’ This social drama of love and suspense portrays a man and a woman who have chosen to enter into the chaos that lies behind the provision of ODA. They are tossed back and forth between love and greed in a world that runs on huge amounts of development money.

A major industrial accident on Teeside leaves several people dead and raises questions about the safety procedures of PetroFex, the U.S. petrochemical company involved. The British Prime Minister flies to the PetroFex headquarters and claims to have secured a compensation package from them, but on his return, his plane goes down under mysterious circumstances in the Atlantic ocean.The Deputy Prime Minister,Tom Dawkins, has to take the reins to find justice and the truth for the victims of Teeside.

Canal 10 / Asociación General de Autores del Uruguay (AGADU) Producer: Anabela Pinilla Director: Eduardo Ripari Writer: Beatriz Carbajales Principal Cast: Roberto Suárez, Ana Laura Romano, Moré, Diego Artucio, Ana Rosa, Horacio Camandulle Cadáver se necesita is part of the anthology series called Somos. The story is based on the novel by the Uruguayan writer Milton Fornaro about a disillusioned and cynical detective, Ramon Mendoza.

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2013 International Emmy Kids Awards February 8, 2013, New York City The inaugural International Emmy Kids Awards launched in New York on February 8, 2013, at the Lighthouse at Chelsea Piers. The ceremony which was attended by over 300 international executives from the children’s television industry, recognized excellence in six new kids categories; Kids: Preschool; Kids: Animation; Kids: Factual; Kids: Non-Scripted Entertainment; Kids: Series and Kids: TV Movie/Mini-Series. The Emmy statues were presented on stage by a cast of presenters including: British actor and comedian Eddie Izzard; Canadian actress Vanessa Morgan; Transformer Rescue Bot Heatwave; Swedish and Danish kids’ television hosts The New York Children’s Chorus Ylva Hallen and Jakob Stegelmann;The New York City Children’s Chorus; FDNY firefighter Daniel Glover and former Australian Wiggle Sam Moran.

Presenting partners for the first International Emmy Kids Awards were: Shaw Rocket Fund, Hasbro Studios, SVT/DRTV, TV Kids and Ernst & Young. Winning programs from Argentina, Japan, Norway and the United Kingdom were: Junior High School Diaries: Harmony of Two (Kids: Series); Energy Survival (Kids: Non-Scripted Enter tainment); El Jardín de Clarilú (Kids: PreSchool); Newsround—My Autism and Me (Kids: Factual); The Amazing World of Gumball (Kids: Animation) and Lost Christmas (Kids: TVMovie/Mini-Series). Complete information Hasbro’s Transformer Rescue Bot Heatwave and FDNY firefighter Daniel Glover on the purple carpet on the winners follows. International Emmy Almanac 2013/2014

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Kids: Animation THE AMAZING WORLD OF GUMBALL

Cartoon Network Europe / Dandelion Studios / Boulder Media / Studio Soi United Kingdom Credits: Executive Producers: Ben Bocquelet, Daniel Lennard, Michael Carrington Producer: Joanna Beresford Director: Mic Graves Writers: Ben Bocquelet, Andrew Brenner, Jon Foster, Mic Graves, James Lamont Principal Cast: Logan Grove, Kwesi Boakye, Kyla Rae Kowalewski,Teresa Gallagher, Dan Russell

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The Amazing World of Gumball follows the misadventures of Gumball and his family in the weird and wonderful town of Elmore. Set in a recognizable small town setting, the cast of characters includes a banana, a T-Rex, and a cheerleading peanut.

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Kids: Factual NEWSROUND – MY AUTISM AND ME CBBC – In House United Kingdom Credits: Executive Producer: Owenna Griffiths Producer: Daniel Clarke Director: Victoria Bell Principal Cast: Rosie King 13-year-old Rosie takes us into her world to show us what it’s like to grow up with Autism, a condition which affects how children see life and the way they relate to others.

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Kids:Non-Scripted Entertainment ENERGY SURVIVAL Fabelaktiv / NRK Norway Credits: Executive Producers: Arild Halvorsen (Fabelaktiv), Unni Ødegård (NRK), Gitte Calmeyer (NRK) Producer: Marte Mørkved-Romstad (Fabelaktiv) Director: Rune Sæterstøl (Fabelaktiv) Writers: Rune Sæterstøl, Truls Pedersen (Fabelaktiv) Principal Cast: Truls Pedersen (host) Energy Survival is a reality-based competition for 11-year-old children. Five teams compete in a number of practical tasks and head-to-head duels. Energy and environment are the themes for each task.

Arild Halvorsen & Rune Sæterstøl

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Kids: Preschool EL JARDÍN DE CLARILÚ

The Walt Disney Company Latin America / Triada / Metrovisión Argentina Credits: Executive Producers: Cecilia Mendonça, Jorge Edelstein Producers: Roly Candino, Maria Laura Moure, Juan Rovai Director: Diego Kantor Writers: Ines Cuesta, Paula Varela Principal Cast: Agustina Cabo, Thomas Lepera, Andres Espinel, Sophie Oliver, Leandro Zanardi

Cecilia Mendonça & Maria Laura Moure

In El Jardín de Clarilú, Clarilu and her loyal dog Pencil receive a mysterious letter that presents the premise of the episode. This letter has been written by an anonymous character, and it gives Clarilu two clues. Clarilu must discover who the letter is from.

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Kids: Series JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL DIARIES: HARMONY OFTWO NHK (Japan Broadcasting Corp.) Japan Credits: Executive Producer: Masahiro Takizawa Producer: Hisamaro Furuta Director: Hiroki Hayashi Writer: Mikio Sawada Principal Cast: Keisuke Toyoda, Aguri Onishi Junior High School Diaries: Harmony of Two is a drama series set in a fictional school. Each episode depicts real-life school struggles and teenage experiences. Hiroki Hayashi and Tsukagoshi Ryota

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Kids: TV Movie/Mini-Series LOST CHRISTMAS

Impact Film & Television Ltd / BBC / Ketchup Entertainment / Hyde Park Imagenation United Kingdom Credits: Executive Producers: Sue Nott (BBC), Jeremy Bolt (Impact Film & Television Ltd), John Hay (Impact Film & Television Ltd), Artur Galstian (Ketchup Entertainment), Gareth West (Ketchup Entertainment), Vahan Yepremyan (Ketchup Entertainment), Connal Orton, Eddie Izzard, Ashok Amritraj (Hyde Park) Producer: Elliot Jenkins Director: John Hay Writers: David Logan, John Hay Principal Cast: Eddie Izzard, Larry Mills, Jason Flemyng, Geoffrey Palmer, Steven Mackintosh, Christine Bottomley

Elliot Jenkins, John Hay & Eddie Izzard

Lost Christmas is an urban fairy tale set in Manchester about how a series of tragic events are reversed one Christmas Eve, giving a young boy and those around him the happy ending that they were destined to have.

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A Conversation with James Murdoch Conducted by Jon Miller March 15, 2013 The University Club, New York. Jon Miller, former CEO of digital media at News Corporation, conducted a Q&A with James Murdoch, deputy COO. Here is an excerpt from their conversation.

MILLER: What I’d like to do is start with television around the world. As you’ll see, James has experience in many different places. We’ll use that as a jumping off point on some larger issues of strategy and some digital things. But just to set up, one of the things I admire about News Corp., and I always have, and I recently finished up there after approximately 4 years, is that News Corp. is an operator of businesses around the world, Jon Miller in conversation with James Murdoch media businesses around the world. It’s not like what I believe a lot of U.S. media companies are, terms of going from a pan-regional Asian broadcaster in which is they export stuff that they’ve made in the U.S. to the ‘90s with five channels broadcasting to 53 countries other parts of the world. News Corp. operates businesses and all of that sort of business. When I was there from the around the world. And really, James has been very much at end of ‘99 or early 2000, we really took a very different the heart of that, as Chairman and Chief Executive of STAR, view and said, we’re actually going to localize these busiChairman and Chief Executive of BSkyB, Chairman and nesses very, very dramatically and we’re going to invest in Chief Executive of News International, and I’m sure I’m forour key regions and where we thought there were real getting others… in addition to being Deputy Chief Operopportunities. The biggest example of that is what we did ating Officer of the parent [company]. So James has really in India, to really drive the business in India with local chanhad on-the-ground operating experience in television nels in multiple languages. We did that from scratch, investaround the world, in many cases as businesses were birthed, ing quite a lot in local production with a lot of creative with new satellite and cable and digital technologies. So partners in India and then through acquisition as well. And what I’d like to do is kind of go around the world a little bit today we have across the network, before you include and talk about some of the things that he’s been involved in sports, probably 20 percent of the market share. and he’s seen. If it’s okay with you James, I’ll start with STAR. So, STAR, probably, and you’ll tell me if you agree with this, MILLER: Is that the largest of any single broadcaster? probably decided—and you were part of this of course— MURDOCH: Yes. So it’s been a great journey. In India in the to really double down on India and I’d love for you to talk late ‘90s there were some 40 million analog cable television about what you saw there, and probably not to emphasize households and now the number is three times that. And at least at this time on China as much, and I’d also love for there is a lot of digital cable and digital direct-to-home satelyou to say why. lite as well. It’s been a real transformation. And I think you MURDOCH: Well, first of all, I just want to say again, thank can contrast that very clearly with [China], which has been you, and thank you, Jon for doing this and for your very gravery, very different, very challenging from a regulatory percious introduction. We’ve been in Asia substantially just spective. We wanted to invest with some partners in China. coming up on 20 years. We bought the first part of STAR We’re a shareholder of Phoenix, one the largest independTV in ‘91 and then completed in ‘93 the next piece of it. ent broadcasters there. But really the opportunity wasn’t And it’s been a real journey. It’s been a real learning in going to be open to us to create a real Chinese broadcaster International Emmy Almanac 2013/2014

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and do that as a foreign company. We just had to stare that reality in the face and really shift our investment elsewhere and we did that. I think now as we look forward even the Indian economy is not as robust as it has been. It’s not as robust as the Chinese economy in some ways. It’s still a very entrepreneurial business culture and there are great companies being created in India all the time that are going out to the world and there is an incredible, diverse, creative television community that is very commercial. And that is also a very exciting difference in a very dynamic market-driven environment. It’s been an interesting time and we’ve had to learn the hard way about a lot of things and I think when I look at some of our competitors or, I shouldn’t say competitors, other big global groups, I think you’re right, some of them are maybe too smart, they don’t want to take the pain. But when you go in and you take that pain for 20 years, hopefully you come out with something that is substantial.

MURDOCH: Sports for us is really a global story and we’ve invested a huge amount in sports around the world. Speaking of anniversaries, this year is our 20th year of NFL and Fox, which has really transformed the sports network. The sports business around the world has been very central to what we’re trying to do. And part of the strategy in Asia is that the sports business will succeed the best as a part of a group of channels, as a real center of gravity for what we’re trying to offer customers. Sometimes having a standalone joint venture of sports operations is not really giving the benefit to either side and it becomes very difficult, particularly when you have some lumpy rights costs etc., it becomes very hard to stay aligned with your partners there. We had a great partnership with ESPN over a number of years in Asia, but I think it had come time for either them to own it or for us to own it. And we ultimately had a bigger appetite to own it and continue to grow our sports business. At the end of the day the same trends are happening around fragmentation, around timeshifted viewing, which is a huge empowerment for our customers and creating a tremendous amount of activity. In these kinds of markets we’re a long-term investor in cricket in India, we’re a long-term investor in rugby league in Australia and

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we’re a long-term investor in each of these markets, be it baseball here and NFL here or soccer and racing in Europe. These are things that we fundamentally believe will have durable value in a digital marketplace. MILLER: Sports is a business in its own, but it’s also a pullthrough for a bouquet of channels. MURDOCH: Yes and also for advertisers as well, it really balances the portfolio in a good way. In India, for example, STAR skews very feminine and sports allows it to offer a better portfolio. We can really give them a package that really moves the dial for our customers. That’s ultimately what they need. We believe that around the world. That is more important than ever, as those barriers to entry at the retail layer come down.

whole new network of bureaus and news gathering around the Middle East and around the Arab world in general that then we use for the main Sky News operations in Italy for example. And it really makes sense. It’s been tremendous to have that sort of resource in places like Karachi.That really changes things for us. MILLER: You actually really pushed the company into Farsilanguage programming, which is not necessarily something that people may have seen an opportunity for, considering the political dynamics in Iran... MURDOCH: It’s hard to spot because it’s pretty small. We have this fascinating joint venture with a company called Moby Group that came out of Afghanistan and they broadcast across Central Asia and across some really dynamic and frankly challenging territories. We thought there was a great opportunity in Farsi broadcasting, both for the Farsi diaspora on a general basis but also on a free-to-air satellite basis in Iran, which is a difficult thing to do. But what’s been really fantastic there is the type of programming that’s been successful. We do all the translation and we do all the dubbing between Dubai and Kabul and we get Farsi speakers and we have to get all the dialects right and we take a lot of telenovelas and broadcast them. 24 was actually very popular and all the Latin telenovelas. And it really took off and it was a very exciting project. It’s harder now with advertising, there’s been a lot of crackdown. And obviously with what’s happening, the Iranian economy has been difficult. But we think those are regions where over the very long term and you have to think very long term, you know there really are some very exciting demographic trends and there are other things where you

MILLER: Let’s go to the Middle East. As you may or may not know, one of the things that James and I worked on is the launch of Sky News Arabia and I thought that one of the most interesting things there was the editorial integrity. I’ll let you comment on how that played into the thinking of the launch of that channel. MURDOCH: Sky News Arabia is a joint venture between BSkyB Arabia and some interests in Abu Dhabi with particularly Sheik Mansour there. They came to us, Jon and I, and they said, We really want to do a channel around the region. We said to them, really, are you sure? Are you sure you know what you’re getting into here? They were particularly keen for the region to have something that could be seen to be not particularly beholden to a faction, not particularly beholden to one viewer or another but be something that could really be a genuine, independent world-class Arabic news broadcaster. And what was really great is that even though we were dealing with some interests that were obviously very aligned with the royal family and the government, the willingness of our partners in Abu Dhabi to put in government structures around editorial independence that really had teeth was fantastic and actually the channel is going pretty well. It’s really difficult, because a cousin or an uncle might call up and we’ve had to tread that line very carefully. We said right upfront: We’re going to need to cover the region, we’re going to need to be able to cover the family and are you really up for that? And they’ve done great. It also Academy President & CEO Bruce L. Paisner, Academy Member Andy Kaplan, Academy Chairman gave us the ability to finance a Fred Cohen and Michael Auerbach

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change in the landscape where Liberty [Global] just bought into Virgin [Media] and there is a sense that they may be the largest cable operator not only in Europe but around the world. Do you see that changing? MURDOCH: I don’t think it really changes the landscape for BSkyB that much. I can’t comment on the business transaction itself, but Virgin is a good cable company and the management team over the last couple of years has really transformed it and made it into a really great company and we sell our programming to them. Just like we’ve worked with Liberty Global in Germany where we own cable and also in Ireland.There hasn’t been a shift, but we are seeing the emergence of a pan-European operator, which is something that I do think changes the landscape for us and it makes us kind of go back to where we were and say, how do we create a unified brand and unified service among those multiple territories?

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have a macro-political risk but you have to think long term. Moby just launched in Pakistan, which we were not able to do as STAR, as an Indian company, and we think that’s really super exciting. MILLER: I read a statistic that Internet penetration in the region led by Iran has doubled and obviously something will come of that. It’s growing very fast. MURDOCH: What’s so interesting there is you can’t dial that back. Since the Taliban, the amount of mobile, of telephony, that’s come through to the region is very exciting. MILLER: Let’s talk about Europe and the Skys. Let’s start with the largest of them, which is in Britain. There’s an interesting

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MILLER: With the Skys, you’ve really led them and pushed them to be more aggressive in offering more bundles to the consumer, to update what those offerings are. What can you say about that? MURDOCH: I guess we just get super excited to be able to deliver new things to our customers. Even though some categories may be very nascent, we were very keen very early on to make sure to make the right choices. We wanted to be able to add more value to the customer all the time. And every communication we have with the customer, everything we want to do is really articulating the huge value the customer is getting.Then really proving with new service, new viewing options. In residential telecom in the U.K. now we hope to be the largest residential telecoms company over the next few years. Bigger than British Telecom, I think, which would be pretty neat from a standing start. We bought Fibe, a company from Easynet that pretty much had hundreds of thousands of kilometers of armored fiber cable in the U.K. waterways. It was in the canals so it was very cheap to maintain and had an incredible network and so we were able to create a whole national broadband business on that little company, which was great. But I think at the end of the day, it comes down to making sure that you are not worried about change and you’re not sitting back and reacting. I always get upset with my colleagues and say we need to be better at reacting at change. I always say, we have to have appetite for change. We have to have change for breakfast every morning. We need to want to do that. And we need to want to do something better for our customers all the time. International Emmy Almanac 2013/2014


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2013 International Digital Emmy Awards at MIPTV April 8, 2013, Cannes The International Digital Emmy Awards took centerstage once again during MIPTV’s 50th Anniversary Celebration during the show’s Opening Night in Cannes. The Awards, which were attended by over 300 international executives from the television, broadband and mobile industries, recognized for the eighth year excellence in international content created and designed for viewer interaction and/or delivery on a digital platform. They were organized by the International Academy of Television Ar ts & Sciences in par tnership with Reed MIDEM and sponsored by Fireworks on the Croisette in celebration of MIPTV’s 50th anniversary the Bell Fund of Canada. Celebrity presenters on stage and on the Red Carpet Lambert, Steve Harvey, Thandie Newton, Clothilde Courau included: Gene Simmons and Shannon Tweed, Christophe and Caterina Murino. The Children & Young People category was won by dirtgirlworld… dig it all (mememe productions/dirtgirlworld productions/Screen Australia), a transmedia project featuring apps that kids can use in nature. Guidestones (3 o’clock.tv /iThentic,) a series about two journalism students who uncover a global conspiracy while investigating an unsolved murder, won the Fiction category. Entertainment Experience (FCCE/Ziggo), which follows the development and production process of a usergenerated movie by Hollywood director Paul Verhoeven, won the Non-Fiction category. Complete information on the winners follows this release. This year’s Pioneer Prize was presented to Anthony E. Zuiker, the visionary creator of the CSI franchise, for his innovative contributions to the field of digital enter tainment with his online International Academy’s Bruce Paisner and Reed MIDEM’s Paul Zilk thriller, Cybergeddon. International Emmy Almanac 2013/2014

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Caterina Murino

Thandie Newton

Christophe Lambert

Gene Simmons and Shannon Tweed

Steve Harvey and his family

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Pioneer Prize Anthony E. Zuiker, the creator and executive producer of the digital series Cybergeddon, received the 2013 Pioneer Prize at the International Digital Emmy Awards, on Monday, April 8th at MIPTV. The American writer and producer best known for creating the globally successful CSI franchise is also a pioneer in bridging the gap between Silicon Valley and Hollywood. Most recently, he created and executive produced Cybergeddon, a groundbreaking digital series which launched globally first on Yahoo! in September of 2012 in 25 different countries and 10 different languages. Cybergeddon brought to life the growing threat of cybercrime and engaged Yahoo!’s worldwide audience through an immersive storytelling, social media and gaming experience.

Anthony E. Zuiker and Bruce L. Paisner

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Michelle Territo and Anthony Zuiker

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2013 DIGITAL EMMY AWARD WINNERS

Digital Program: Fiction GUIDESTONES 3 o’clock.tv / iThentic  Canada

Credits: Jay Ferguson, Writer / Producer / Director Jonas Diamond, Executive Producer Catherine Tait, Executive Producer Guidestones is the story of two journalism students who uncover a global conspiracy while investigating an unsolved murder. The series explores the mystery of the Georgia Guidestones, a monument in rural Georgia inscribed with directions for rebuilding civilization after the apocalypse. Each episode ends with a cliffhanger, and hidden somewhere in the episode is a clue. If viewers locate and search that clue online, it will take them to a world of hidden videos, websites, and other information that will allow them to move ahead of the protagonists.

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Christophe Lambert and Clothilds Courau, presenters for the Fiction category

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2013 DIGITAL EMMY AWARD WINNERS

Digital Program: Children & Young People dirtgirlworld… dig it all mememe productions / dirtgirlworld productions / Screen Australia Australia

Credits: Cate McQuillen, Creative Director / Executive Producer Pete Gately, Transmedia Producer Hewey Eustace, Music Producer / Composer Tamsin Smyth, Art Director / Graphic Designer dirtgirlworld is a transmedia project that believes little things, and little kids, can make a big difference in the world. dirtgirlworld is a get grubby, get outside world in which technology gets kids off the couch and out the door. The project features apps kids can use in nature and cameras to capture what they discover. It is about building a community and forming a lifelong relationship with nature.

Cate McQuillen

Gene Simmons, presenter for the Children & Young People category

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2013 DIGITAL EMMY AWARD WINNERS

Digital Program: Non-Fiction ENTERTAINMENT EXPERIENCE FCCE / Ziggo

The Netherlands Credits: Rene Mioch, CEO, FCCE Justus Verkerk, CCO, FCCE Mirko Mensink, Director Corporate Development , Ziggo Daniel Kok, Creative Consultant, FCCE Entertainment Experience follows the development of a usergenerated movie. Hollywood director Paul Verhoeven asked the world to help him produce a new movie. 30,000 people, among them screenwriters, actors, filmmakers, and composers, all worked together to influence the production process for a new movie and created the movie themselves.

Rene Mioch, Justus Verkerk and Mirko Mensink

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Caterina Murino, presenter for the Non-Fiction category

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2013 INTERNATIONAL EMMY AWARDS SEMI-FINAL JUDGING

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Semi-Final Round of Judging

rom June to September, thanks to the 31 member companies who hosted Semi-Final rounds of judging for the 2013 International Emmy Awards competition, the Academy traveled to 23 judging sites in: Australia, Austria, Brazil, Canada, Chile, China, Colombia, Denmark, France, Germany, India, Israel, Japan, Mexico, South Africa, United Arab Emirates, the Netherlands and the United States.

Semi-Final rounds of judging are not only a crucial step in the judging process, but also a great networking opportunity for the Host, and for jurors invited to participate in the competition. Jurors, selected by the Academy in collaboration with the Host, are television professionals involved in all sectors of the industry. A complete directory of the 2013 judging Hosts and participants follows in this section.

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Semi-Final round of judging in Santiago, Chile, hosted by: Marcello Coltro & Alejandro Harrison - Chello Latin America

International television professionals interested in participating in the competition are invited to apply on the Academy website www.iemmys.tv to become a juror for the 2014 season. Academy Members interested in getting more involved in the judging process are encouraged to judge, and host an event in their region. To be considered as a Host for the 2014 Semi-Final round of judging, please contact Nathaniel Brendel, Emmy Judging Director.

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Semi-Final round of judging in Tel Aviv, hosted by: Avi Armoza - Armoza Formats

The International Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Wishes to Thank: 2013 SEMI-FINAL JUDGING HOSTS: Nashwa Al Ruwaini

Pyramedia (Abu Dhabi, UAE) Avi Armoza

Armoza Formats (Tel Aviv, Israel) Steven Bawol

Helion Pictures (Paris, France) Piv Bernth

Danish Broadcasting Corporation (Copenhagen, Denmark) Nicolas Bonard

Discovery International (Paris, France)

Semi-Final round of judging in Johannesburg, hosted by: Zaheer Goodman-Bhyat - Light and Dark Films

Pascal Breton

Alexander Marin

Astrid Bscher

Miguel Oliva

Marcello Coltro

Sylvain Parent-Bedard

Beatrice Cox-Riesenfelder

Franz Patay

Bill Dunlop

Stefan Piech

Zaheer Goodman-Bhyat

Alberto Santini Lara

Xavier Gouyou-Beauchamps

Pierre Sissmann

Leopold Hoesch

Carlos Schroder

Verena Kulenkampff

Michael Smeaton

Charles Lei

Takashi Nakamoto

Denis Lillie

Anil Wanvari

Paul Macionis

Leon Xiao

Michael McKay

Regina Ziegler & Tanja Ziegler

Pascal Breton Productions (Paris, France) Filmfritz GmbH (Cologne, Germany) Chello Latin America (Santiago, Chile) ORF (Vienna, Austria)

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Sony Pictures Television Latin America (Bogota, Colombia) HBO Latin America Group (Fort Lauderdale, USA) Quebecomm (Quebec City, Canada) IMZ – International Music & Media Centre (Vienna, Austria) YFE (Vienna, Austria)

Azteca (Mexico City, Mexico) Cyber Group (Paris, France) TV Globo (New York, USA & Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) FFP New Media (Berlin, Germany) Fuji TV (Tokyo, Japan) Indian Television Dot Com (Mumbai, India) CBI Media (Changzhou, China)

Ziegler Films (Berlin, Germany)

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The International Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Wishes to Thank: Julie Ann Agosto

Azteca, Mexico Karen Alamo

HBO Latin America Group, USA Michaela Maria Arvesen

DR TV, Denmark

Devyani Baindoor

Indian Television Dot Com, India Mathieu Bejot

TV France International, France Donia Belhadj

Helion Pictures, France Asha Bogle

Discovery International, U.K.

Rieke Brendel & Doro Zauner

BROADVIEW TV, Germany Farah Bushnaq

Pyramedia, UAE

Sonia Carbo & Andrea Katime

Sony Pictures Television Latin America, Colombia Jacinta Halsall

Active TV, Australia Elizabeth Hunter

Foxtel, Australia

Katharina Jeschke

IMZ, Austria

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YFE, Austria

Amos Neumann

Armoza Formats, Israel

David Normandin & Manon Boissinot

Quebecomm, Canada Markus Olpp

Ziegler Films, Germany

Duda Pereira & Priscila Mizrahy

TV Globo, Brazil Can Sai

Yingzhanwang, PR China

Reinhard Schwarzinger

ORF, Austria

Peggy Soucy

Eurovision Americas, USA Asta Valancauskaite

Cyber Group Studios, France

Elizabeth Fernandez Vargas

Chello Latin America, Chile Anneke Villet

Johannesburg, South Africa Carmen Wolf

FFP New Media, Germany Lu Yi

CBI Media, China Tabulations by Ernst & Young LLP

Matt Askins (New York, USA)

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Semi-Final rounds of judging in New York and Rio, hosted by: Carlos Schroder - Globo

Group of jurors in Rio

Emmy Judging manager Jessica Franco presents to the jurors

Jurors at work in Rio

Group of jurors in New York

Juror lunch in New York

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Semi-Final round of judging in Biarritz, hosted by: Xavier Gouyou-Beauchamps - TV France International

Semi-Final round of judging in Berlin, hosted by: Michael Smeaton FFP New Media Regina & Tanja Ziegler Ziegler Films

Klaus Wowereit, Mayor of Berlin, on the red carpet with Hosts Regina Ziegler and Michael Smeaton and jurors

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Semi-Final round of judging in Cologne, hosted by: Leopold Hoesch - Broadview TV Astrid Bscher - Filmfritz GmbH Verena Kulenkampff - WDR

Semi-final judging host Leopold Hoesch with Aylin Tezel and NRW Filmstiftung’s Petra Muller

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Semi-Final round of judging in Abu Dhabi, hosted by: Nashwa Al Ruwaini - Pyramedia

Jurors at work in Abu Dhabi

Host Nashwa Al Ruwaini with jurors

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Semi-Final round of judging in Cape Town, hosted by: Denis Lillie - Cape Film Commission

Dinner at Cape Town judging event

Academy President & CEO Bruce Paisner and Emmy Judging Director Nathaniel Brendel with jurors during a cocktail

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Emmy Judging Director Nathaniel Brendel with Johannesburg judging event Host Zaheer Goodman-Bhyat

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Semi-Final round of judging in Fort Lauderdale, hosted by: Miguel Oliva - HBO Latin America

Actor Miguel Angel Munoz and HBO Latin America’s Luis Peraza during the judging event

View of the Fort Lauderdale causeway

Group photo with Emmy Judging Manager Jessica Franco, HBO Latin America’s Luis Peraza and Roberto Rios and jurors

Host Miguel Oliva with group of jurors and Greater Fort Lauderdale/Broward Office of Film & Entertainment Film Commissioner Noelle Stevenson

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Semi-final round of judging in Mumbai, hosted by: Anil Wanvari - Indian Television Dot Com

Group of jurors in Mumbai

Jurors finalize their ballots at judging event in Mumbai

Jurors at work

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Semi-Final round of judging in Tokyo, hosted by: Takashi Nakamoto - Fuji Television Network, Inc.

Jurors at work in Tokyo

Jurors listen to presentation

Host Takashi Nakamoto and Emmy Judging Director Nathaniel Brendel

Cocktail for judging event in Paris, hosted by: Steven Bawol - Helion Pictures Pascal Breton - Pascal Breton Productions Nicolas Bonard - Discovery International

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Semi-Final round of judging in Quebec City, hosted by: Sylvain Parent-Bedard - Quebecomm

Press conference in Quebec City with Host Sylvain Parent-Bedard, Quebec City Mayor Regis Labeaume, The Academy’s Senior Director of Communications Eva Obadia and Emmy Judging Manager Jessica Franco

The LOL experience during the Festival Grand Rire

Quebec City during the Festival Grand Rire

Group of jurors pose for a photo with French actors Pierre Richard and Michel Boujenah in Quebec City

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Semi-Final round of judging in Paris, hosted by: Pierre Sissmann - Cyber Group Studios

Host Pierre Sissmann with group of jurors in Paris

Jurors toast during a cocktail in Paris

Gallerie Vivienne in Paris where the judging event dinner took place

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2013 SEPTEMBER BOARD & MEMBERS MEETING

A Conversation with Anne Sweeney Conducted by Pat Mitchell September 20, 2013 The Paley Center for Media, Los Angeles. Pat Mitchell from The Paley Center conducted a Q&A with Anne Sweeney, Co-Chair, Disney Media Networks & President, Disney/ABC Television Group. Here is an excerpt from that conversation.

MITCHELL: Today it seems harder and harder to look at a network and go, well, I understand what a network stands for. Can you start off by telling us what is the brand of ABC/Disney? SWEENEY: I will quote our president of entertainment, Paul Lee—the brand of ABC is “smart with heart”. We target women 25 to 54, that’s really who we are about. When we’re Anne Sweeney in conversation with Pat Mitchell honest about ourselves and the programs that we choose. We are “smart with heart” and we SWEENEY: Well we make decisions now not only on the really appeal more to women than to men. programs but also based on the platforms. I was in China last week, and what I love to do when I go to a country is to go MITCHELL: So “smart with heart” is clearly something that into a school, into playgroups, not focus groups. Places where you deducted and I suspect did a little bit of research on to kids really live. I spent about an hour with a group of second determine that that was the sweet spot for your viewers. graders and third graders. I ask them a lot of questions: what SWEENEY: It is our sweet spot, not our tagline, but you do you do when you come home from school? I do my know that I do love research. I spend an enormous amount of homework. Do you watch TV? No. What kind of sport do you time just talking to people about what we do, what they think play, what kind of musical instruments do you play? Do you about what we do, what is going on in their lives, what’s have a television set in your home? They raised their hand, just appealing to them. And when I look at a show like Scandal raised their hands. And then I asked, Do you have an iPad, and you wouldn’t immediately associate that with ABC.You would then they all raised their hands and one of them leapt out of associate Castle with ABC, but at the same time you would their seat and waved their arms and one kid yelled “I have 3!” associate Wipeout. It isn’t an exclusionary definition of a netSo then the next question is, What do you do with your iPad? work, instead I think it really reflects the core tenets of the And they answered: “I watch TV”. Even though they had told programs that we pick up. us previously that they barely watch television, maybe on weekends. It was very instructive because as we look at the MITCHELL: On the subject of research and data and how world, we have those conversations, and I did the same thing much easier it is for us to know so much more about what in Russia and India, and I’ve often said a 9-year-old will tell you viewers think and feel, and looking at that capability to unwhat’s next. We can dream, but a 9-year-old will tell you where derstand really what viewers are looking for, what content to put your money and where to put your efforts. they want to engage with, they are engaging with it in an entirely different way. So how have you taken both of those MITCHELL: That’s par tly then why, in spite of all the new driving force factors in your business as you make the manifestations of “television is dead”, the television indusdecisions in what programs you choose? try is doing extraordinarily well, because television proInternational Emmy Almanac 2013/2014

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case of ABC, you own and operate a broadcast station, how have you navigated that very difficult territory? SWEENEY: It has been a tremendous amount of work because it is an area that we had to think about before we went digital as we put our shows into the iTunes Store or as we ran our programs on ABC.com. But when it came to the live stream of a television station that we owned, you have a whole new set of questions that come along.You have to think about local news, you have to think about advertising, you have to think about promos, you have to think about music licensing. So, we actually spent and really continue to spend an enormous amount of time making sure we have fully cleared the rights on all of the material that we have put into these Watch apps. MITCHELL: This must consume a lot more of your time than you ever imagined, because it’s not easy getting through all of those various contracts, and rights and negotiations. SWEENEY: No, it’s not easy, but once we understood the task at hand we were able to bring it into our culture. Now when we buy programming or go into a negotiation, we ask people, here are the things you need to think about before you produce something. Because there are many decisions that need to be made before doing a deal. Now these prior decisions will strongly affect the downstream of everything we put on the air.

Disney’s Anne Sweeney

“You’re always trying to create shareholder value, you’re not trying to devalue the assets that you’ve been entrusted with.” —Anne Sweeney

gramming is being watched, just not in the way that it was before. So ABC responded, as every other television network and content provider has, with Watch ABC, TV Everywhere on your iPad, on your mobile phone etc. So how is that going? SWEENEY: It’s going extremely well. We launched Watch ABC at our Upfronts in May this year, and we previously launched Watch Disney, Disney Channel, Disney XD and Disney Junior and ESPN had launched Watch ESPN the year before. So there had been a great deal of learning about the technology, many tweaks and in the case of ABC we really needed to figure out the advertising piece of this. But it was so incredibly well received, as was Watch Disney Channel. We had 16 million downloads of Watch Disney Channel and we’ve learned a lot about what you put in front of the gate and what you put behind the gate and you know all of this is done in concer t with the MVPDs [multichannel video programming distributors]. MITCHELL: Let’s talk a little bit more about that. Everyone is very familiar with the issue of rights and the disruption that live streaming offerings provide for broadcast stations. In the 80

MITCHELL: And when many of the people in this room look at their businesses, it was the downstream that they were very interested in. Beyond the broadcast on ABC and its owned and operated, there were the cable networks and cable bundling of programs and then international distribution. So how is this Watch ABC and TV Everywhere affecting those businesses? SWEENEY: It hasn’t affected the international businesses yet, but it is a conversation that we’re having because the technology is that good. We know the future of media is personalization, the future of media is mobile. Twenty years ago we could ask people to show up and watch a show on television and even then they were able to get a video tape or they could see a repeat of an episode later that year. But that hasn’t been the case for so long that we’ve had to adapt and this mobile technology really is our front.

MITCHELL: How much do we know Anne about how people are viewing on mobile devices? SWEENEY: Right now, the information we have is largely anecdotal. We have Nielsen working very closely with us to gain some real measurement. There was a story in USA Today probably about a year ago about a woman who discovered by accident Grey’s Anatomy on Lifetime, and as she started to watch it, she realized “Oh, I missed a lot.” So she went to NetInternational Emmy Almanac 2013/2014


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MITCHELL: It was actually six years ago, which was my first year at the Paley Center, when Anne Sweeney joined a group of what we call content providers (network execs, studio heads) in one of our boardrooms at the Paley Center, in a closed room in an off-the-record session with the heads of Google, YouTube and iTunes etc., in a session on digital rights issues. You walked out of that room and were the first executive on this side of the table who engaged with iTunes right afterwards, and said let’s test this out, let’s take a pilot run. That was a big risk. SWEENEY: It was a big risk. It was actually 2005 because Steve Jobs had called Bob Iger and had told him about the video iPod and Steve came down to Burbank with it and showed it to us. Your first reaction, at least mine as a consumer was, this is great, I’d like this, I would take this on airplanes with me, on the train. I would take it everywhere. I would watch this The International Academy’s Bruce Paisner with Anne Sweeney and Pat Mitchell small screen, because the picture was so good and the audio was great. I found it personflix, she binge watched all the back seasons and she ended up ally to be a good experience and we worked through a deal watching Grey’s on ABC because she was caught up. So when in five days, because we thought we wanted to be there. you look at that collection of platforms and what it did to aid We didn’t know if it would work. We had a good sense the continued growth of that franchise, of that great series, because it was Apple and we had Steve and the team’s you realize that those options are really necessary now. What commitment behind it. It was really that moment of, Why was once thought to be incremental or nice to have is now not? We can really learn something here and even if we fail, necessary to the survival of a show. we can learn something for whatever is next and shortly after that we launched the beta of ABC.com, which we had MITCHELL: What has possibly not caught up though, as you been working on, where we could stream our own referenced it, is how do we measure it and until you can measepisodes. I will never forget the phone calls we got. My ure it then how do you sell it? And until you can sell it for the same dollars that indicate the impact it’s having, then the netphone blew up the day of the iTunes Store announcement works and the content providers are having to carry a revand the video iPod announcement. And very angry broadenue load or a cost load that they weren’t carrying before. cast affiliates, very angry adver tisers, very angry everybody… Have you destroyed television? Have you destroyed SWEENEY: But we are picking up incremental dollars and your program? But I did have one advertiser who called me one of the things that Geri Wang, our president of ad sales at who said, We understand why we are not in the store right ABC, did at the Upfronts is announce ABC Unlimited, where now, but think of us and include us in what you do next. we sell all of our platforms now. One CPM, one stop, multiple And what we did next was ABC.com. We invited 10 adverplatforms and that’s proven to be quite effective. We do have tisers and 10 broadcast affiliates to come in to test and we measurements that we can use on viewing information and said for 60 days we’re going to test this, we’re going to we know more about our ABC.com viewers, we’ve been in stream programs, we’re going to do focus groups and we’re Hulu for a while, we’ve been in that mix and have an understanding of that platform as well. going to share all the information with you. And if it’s good, International Emmy Almanac 2013/2014

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Academy Member Mitch Berman with Academy Treasurer Blair Westlake

we’re all going to stay in and if it doesn’t work we’re probably going to fix it and make it better. And we all stayed in, we all learned a lot. We learned those very early days of running ads. You have to get the rights to run ads. We had all of those things to consider. So we actually had a very nice head start because we were alert to the rights we needed to clear, the problems we were going to have. We were alert to the technology that we would have to create to make this site more interesting and more robust. And that was actually, as I think back, that was all of the work that led to Watch ABC this past May. MITCHELL: And the fact that you were willing to take that risk, to get a few people angry to disrupt a business model, this put Disney and ABC at a head on the digital distribution. SWEENEY: In the crosshairs! MITCHELL: Well did you ever take a risk and you’re not in the crosshairs? And the learning that came out of that as you said has now informed the decision that went forward. The criticism, or maybe not the criticism but the observation, is that legacy media businesses—we call them that for lack of a better term—move too slow.There were not enough people in the decision-making positions to take the risk, to navigate the tough issues along the way. Is that your observation too? Do you believe there was any place where Disney and ABC didn’t quite move it forward fast enough? SWEENEY: No. And I think it’s an easy shot to take when you’ve been around as long as Disney, ABC, CBS or NBC have been. I think to their great credit, all of these media companies were really studying the scene and trying to figure out the best way to move their particular brand and their programming and their talent forward into the digital world. It’s not easy and I would never accuse any of my peers of being slow. I think they were thoughtful. They all to this day have very different ways of looking at the world, very different strategies than we have. It doesn’t make 84

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them wrong, it just makes them right for their par ticular company, their shareholders and their brands. MITCHELL: And it’s fair to say almost everyone is trying to figure out TV Everywhere and what that all entails. SWEENEY: We are. We were out there first, we’re still the only group of stations, the only media company that has this watch live app. We’re the only ones that can stream their eight television stations today on the iPad or the iPhone. But we continue to tweak, we continue to learn, to figure out how the advertising is working with all of that and we continue to work with MVPDs on rolling this out across the country.

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MITCHELL: And one of the biggest challenges of being the leader of a media company in today’s environment is that you can wake up almost any morning and somebody has created a new technology or a new platform that has thrown all your business plans out the window and raised all those questions all over again. So let’s talk about one area where you’ve been doing this lately, Aereo, Barry Diller’s company that I thought you very boldly described as oppor tunistic piracy. You were quoted correctly right? So what happens when yet another disruptor arises like that? How do you respond? SWEENEY: Well a lot of people have come forward with new technology and they come and show us their new technology. And they come as par tners not pirates. And for people like that, the Netflixs of the world, the iTunes of the world, there’s a conversation to be had. It’s only when your signal is stolen that the conversation changes and you end up in the courts. MITCHELL: But there are some battles that are wor th fighting and that is one of them. One of the comments that was made by both Les Moonves of CBS and Chase Carey of Fox International Emmy Almanac 2013/2014


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was that they might just star t offering their offering over the air, their networks as a pay cable service, which would completely change the economics of the business. Can you imagine Disney taking such a move? SWEENEY: You know I live in a world where many options are always on the table. And that is certainly something that Chase raised at the NAB conference and I do understand why he said it and I think as people who run these media businesses, people with shareholders, you’re always trying to create shareholder value, you’re not trying to devalue the assets that you’ve been entrusted with.

MITCHELL: One of the ways you’ve done that Anne as a leader is look for new kinds of partnerships too. Not only ones that you did with iTunes to create new distribution outlets but also to create strategic alliances. One of these was the partnership you formed with Univision to launch a new network: Fusion. Please tell me what led to that and what you expect out of that new partnership. SWEENEY: Before we launch, before we par tner, one of the things we ask ourselves is, Are we filling a gap somewhere? Is there an audience that is underserved? Is there someone who really needs us to do the kind of programming we think needs to be done? As a result we do a lot of research around this. We did this with our Disney Channel por tfolio, we did it when we launched ABC Family and it probably was the launch of ABC Family that taught us the most about this Millennial generation. Prior to focusing on the Millennials, we were a group of pro90

grammers who had grown up with one device for video and were amazed when the VCR hit and the DVD hit. Suddenly we were dealing with a generation that had multiple devices, that had grown up with multitasking in media. They weren’t unusual to us but we looked at their behavior and then we looked at the marketplace. The WB had shut down and they had been programming to this Millennial crowd, so we had an opportunity in the marketplace and we had an audience that had lost an impor tant storyteller. So we took this asset that had been Fox Family and we redesigned it for Millennials. So spin forward a number of years and here we are in a par tnership with Univision and creating a channel called Fusion. And this was the continued thinking about the Millennial audience, because as we star ted looking at the Millennial audience in the United States, we star ted to realize we had a generation, this Millennial group, who had parents who were native Spanish speakers but they themselves were predominantly English speaking outside of their homes and many times inside of their homes as well. And both Univision and ABC News saw this as an audience that was ripe for a new kind of channel, that delivered news, information and lifestyle programming. And we have had really, really exciting creative par tnership with Isaac Lee, who has been the creative director along with our team of Ben Sherwood and Bob Murphy in putting this together. So I am ver y enthusiastic about this. They have uncovered some of the most exciting talent and really it is in many ways a new form of storytelling. International Emmy Almanac 2013/2014


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that’s really what has made this par tnership just so interesting and so vibrant and so exciting to be a par t of.

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MITCHELL: You’ve got Univision based in Miami, you’ve got ABC News in New York. Different cultural workflows, all kinds of challenges. What leads you to believe that this is the way forward? SWEENEY: I think if you stay absolutely focused on your consumer, absolutely focused on this demo that you have targeted, you have a very, very good chance of being successful. The minute you get into the machinations of a par tnership, we’re supposed to do this and you’re supposed to do that...it all can fall apar t. So I think that to everyone’s great credit, they have stayed focused on the big idea. They have stayed focused on the audience and

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2013 NEWS & CURRENT AFFAIRS

News & Current Affairs Categories October 1, 2013, New York City Every year the International Academy of Television Arts & Sciences celebrates its International Emmy Award Nominees for News and Current Affairs with a Medal Ceremony and networking event in New York City. This year, nominees from 6 networks gathered for a breakfast at Harry Cipriani’s during which Academy President & CEO Bruce L. Paisner presented the nominees with their medals and certificates.

News Nominees

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2013 WINNERS

News CHANNEL 4 NEWS: THE BATTLE FOR HOMS ITN/Channel 4 News United Kingdom

In early February, Syrian forces started shelling Homs.The few images coming out of the conflict zone were grainy video and mobile phone pictures.The few independent journalists who were there, like Marie Colvin and Mani, were trapped. Mani managed to get out just before Marie was killed. Channel 4 covered these breaking news events as they unfolded in Syria.

News Winners Oliver King, Ben de Pear and Nevine Mabro (ITN)

Nominees 24 Oras (24 Hours) - Typhoon Pablo GMA Network Philippines ‘24 Oras’ covered the world’s deadliest natural disaster in 2012:Typhoon Pablo.The news teams capture the anguish and pain that the locals had to go through after the devastation brought by the typhoon. The coverage of the storm also served as a catalyst for public debate regarding the effectiveness of the country’s emergency preparedness. Jornal Nacional - Collapse in Rio TV Globo Brazil On Januar y 25, 2012 the collapse of three buildings in 98

downtown Rio de Janeiro mobilized hundreds of rescue workers. Crews witnessed impressive scenes, sur vivors’ tales, and the dramatic search for news of loved ones. The disaster became an example of how careless building renovation can end in tragedy. Twenty-two people died in the accident. ProTV News - Romania Buried in Snow ProTV SA Romania One of the cruelest winters in the last 50 years caused serious damage to homes in Romania. ProTV News repor ters inter view people whose homes and livelihoods were affected by the massive snowfall. International Emmy Almanac 2013/2014


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Current Affairs BANAZ: AN HONOUR KILLING Hardcash Productions, Fuuse Films for ITV United Kingdom

This film chronicles an act of overwhelming horror - the brutal ‘honour’ killing of Banaz Mahmod, a young British Kurdish woman in suburban London. Banaz was murdered and raped by her own family, with the agreement and help of a large section of her own community, because she tried to choose a life for herself.

Current Affairs Winner Deeyah Khan (Fuuse Films)

Nominees Globo Reporter - Enawenê-nawê - The spirit-men TV Globo Brazil For a whole month, TV Globo followed the Enawenê-Nawê, a tribe of 640 natives living in isolation in the Amazon forest. They believe themselves to be the guardians of the balance between man and nature, and their ritual involves building dams to capture fish given as offerings to the spirits. In recent years, however, new hydro power plants have made the fish disappear. Without food and offerings, Enawenê-nawê culture is under threat. I-Witness - Alkansiya (Piggy Bank) GMA Network Philippines Journalist Kara David travels to the far-flung Barangay of Sulangan in Eastern Samar to meet 12-year-old Anthony. Anthony has already mastered hard work; he sets out early to catch fish, and his International Emmy Almanac 2013/2014

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Johannes Hano & Christian Dezer, ZDF

Andreea Marinescu & Alexandru Dima, ProTV News

William Bonner & Miguel Athayde, Globo

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Deeyah Khan

Kara Patria David & Disney Christian Carreon, GMA Network

Mel Tiangco & Mike Enriquez, GMA Network

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INTERNATIONAL ACADEMY FOUNDATION

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The International Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Foundation

Created in 1989, The International Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Foundation has its own Constitution, Officers and independent Board of Trustees.

ach year, The Foundation administers the Sir Peter Ustinov Television Scriptwriting Award.The competition is designed to motivate non-American novice writers under the age of 30, and offer them the recognition and encouragement that might lead to a successful career in television scriptwriting. Entrants are asked to create a completed half-hour to one-hour Englishlanguage television drama script. The award winner receives $2,500, a trip to New York City, and an invitation to the International Emmy Awards Gala in November. The 2013 winning script, Shards by Rosy Deacon of the U.K., was read by professional actors in front of an audience at The International Emmy World Television Festival. Special thanks to the 2013 Ustinov Jurors: Tom Abrams, USC Emily Ballou, Writer, The Slap Paul Bennett, Cordell Jigsaw Zapruder Group Louisa Burns-Bisogno, Penwright Productions Brian Samuel Davis, Writer/Director, The Kitchen Musical Jorge de SĂĄ Gouveia, Escola Superior de Teatro e Cinema Portugal Pablo Desito, Mulata Films Richard Dubin, Syracuse University

Maite Echave, Mulata Films James Fernald, European Film College Cristina Ferreira Gomes, Scriptwriter Pablo Giles, Mulata Films Robert Goldsbrough, BBC Writers Academy Ayanda Halimana, mzansi:magic Emma Hartley, Muse Entertainment Enterprises Cynthia Larsen Link, National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Member Katerina Marinaki, Scriptwriter, Former President of Federation of Scriptwriters in Europe & Scriptwriters’ Guild of Greece Kelly Marshall, London College of Communication Sophie Petzal, 2012 Sir Peter Ustinov Television Scriptwriting Award Winner Julie Poll, Writers Guild of America East Member Jared Rappaport, Cal State Northridge Luis Felipe Salamanca Becky Smith, UCLA Shan Tam, Holiday Pictures Ltd. Scott Thompson, Boston University Robbie Thorpe, T.O.M. Pictures Gordon Webb, Ithaca College (Ret.)

2012 Sir Peter Ustinov Television Scriptwriting Award winner Sophie Petzel (middle) with Academy Chairman Fred Cohen and the cast of actors who performed at the 2012 festival reading

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MEMBERS’ DIRECTORY

Members The International Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. Executive Committee

Emmy Committee

Ambassadors

Bruce Paisner President & CEO Senior Advisor Hearst Entertainment & Syndication

Larry Gershman Chairman, Emmy Committee

Steven Bawol France Managing Director Helion Pictures France

Fred Cohen Chairman Chairman, Foundation International Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Larry Gershman Vice Chairman, U.S. Chairman, Emmy Committee Chairman & CEO World International Network Simon Sutton Secretary President, HBO International & Content Distribution Home Box Office Blair Westlake Treasurer Corporate VP, Media & Entertainment Group Microsoft Rainer Siek Chairman, Nominating Committee President MT.NY Kevin Beggs Co-Chair, Special Awards Committee Chairman Lionsgate Television Group Ralph Baruch Executive Member Adriana Cisneros de Griffin Executive Member CEO Cisneros Steve Ronson Executive Member Executive VP, Enterprises A+E Television Networks Camille Bidermann Roizen Senior Vice President & Executive Director International Academy of Television Arts & Sciences

Zane Bair Seven Network Australia, LA Bureau Steven Bawol Helion Pictures Brian Seth Hurst The Opportunity Management Company Maggie Jones Australian Broadcasting Corporation Michael Schelp Fujisankei Communications International Jorge Vaillant AVM Corporation

Nominating Committee Rainer Siek Chairman, Nominating Committee

Scott Borden Laureus World Sports Awards Guido Corso RAI Tom Devlin Entertainment Studios Armando Nuñez, Jr. CBS Global Distribution Group Miguel Oliva HBO Latin America Group Adina Pitt Cartoon Network Jens Richter Red Arrow International Marlon Quintero CIC Media Catherine Warren Bell Broadcast and New Media Fund / FanTrust Entertainment Strategies Annie Wegelius SVT

Special Awards Committee Kevin Beggs Co-Chairman, Special Awards Committee Jim Rosenfield Co-Chairman, Special Awards Committee Fred Cohen International Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Bruce Paisner Hearst Entertainment & Syndication

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Sebastian Darcyl Argentina President ADM TV Creativa Argentina Gai Dunlop Australia CEO Festcom International Australia Roberta Durrant South Africa CEO Penguin Films South Africa Talal Fattal Ghana CEO Metro TV Ghana Leopold Hoesch Germany Managing Director Broadview TV Germany Brian Seth Hurst Global Digital Ambassador CEO The Opportunity Management Company USA Hans Rossiné Norway Head of International Co-Productions Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation (NRK) Norway

Directors Harvey Anderson Vice President Business Affairs & General Counsel Mozilla USA

Raphael de Andreis CEO Havas Media Group France France Janet Balis Chief Revenue Officer Betaworks USA Jose Antonio Baston Corporate VP, Television Televisa Mexico Kevin Beggs Chairman Lionsgate Television Group USA Thomas Bellut Director General ZDF German Television Germany Rodolphe Belmer Chief Executive Officer Canal+ France Camille Bidermann Roizen Senior Vice President & Executive Director International Academy of Television Arts & Sciences USA Scott Borden Head of Television Laureus World Sports Awards United Kingdom Takis Candilis CEO Lagardere Entertainment France John Cassaday President & CEO Corus Entertainment Canada Subhash Chandra CEO Asia TV USA USA Adriana Cisneros de Griffin CEO Cisneros USA 113


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Rick Cotton Senior Counselor for IP Protection NBCUniversal USA

Hans Holger Albrecht President & CEO Millicom International Cellular Luxembourg

Roberto Irineu Marinho President Globo Group of Companies Brazil

Michael Peters CEO Euronews France

Xavier Couture Deputy CEO, Communications Orange France

Lucy Hood President and COO Academy of Television Arts & Sciences USA

Masayuki Matsumoto President NHK Japan

Monika Piel Germany

Niall Curran President Chellomedia United Kingdom Stephen Davis President Hasbro Studios USA Ingrid Deltenre Director General European Broadcasting Union Switzerland Thomas Ebeling CEO ProSiebenSat.1 Media Germany David Ellender United Kingdom Konstantin Ernst Director General Channel One Russia Russia Robert Friedman CEO Bungalow Media + Entertainment USA Hwan-Young Gil President & CEO Korean Broadcasting System (KBS) South Korea Xavier Gouyou-Beauchamps President TV France International France Luigi Gubitosi Director General RAI Italy Robert Halmi, Jr. Chairman Great Point Media USA Hisashi Hieda Chairman Fuji Television Network, Inc. USA

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Stanley Hubbard Chairman & CEO Hubbard Broadcasting USA Toshichika Ishihara President Tokyo Broadcasting System Japan Andy Kaplan President, Worldwide Networks Sony Pictures Television International USA Paula Kerger President & CEO PBS USA

Martin Pompadur Director IMP Media Management / Metan Dev. Group USA

Jon Miller Co-Founder Fuel Media Capital USA Pat Mitchell President & CEO The Paley Center for Media USA Saad Mohseni Chairman Moby Group UAE

In-Kyu Kim South Korea Herbert Kloiber Chairman Tele-München Group (TMG) Germany

Armando Nuñez, Jr. President and CEO CBS Global Distribution Group USA

Pavel Korchagin CEO Studio 2V Russia

Ahmet Oren Chairman and CEO Ihlas Media Holdings Turkey

Mikel Lejarza Ortiz President Antena 3 Films Antena 3 Films (Antena 3 Group) Spain

Hiroshi Oto Auditor BS Fuji USA

Ming Luo Editor-In-Chief, Vice President of China Central Television China Central Television (CCTV) PR China Kevin MacLellan Chairman NBCUniversal International United Kingdom Jørgen Madsen Lindemann President & CEO Modern Times Group Sweden

Bruce Paisner Senior Advisor Hearst Entertainment & Syndication USA

Rod Perth President & CEO NATPE USA

Bruce Rosenblum Chairman & CEO Academy of Television Arts & Sciences USA Ricardo Salinas Chairman of the Board Grupo Salinas Mexico Jim Samples President, International Scripps Networks Interactive USA

Lucio Pagliaro General Director Artear Argentina, Clarin Group Argentina

Nadav Palti President & CEO Dori Media Group Israel

Abbe Raven Chairman A+E Networks USA Steve Ronson EVP, Enterprises, International & Consumer Products A+E Networks USA

Ivica Mudrinic CEO Croatian Telecom Croatia Avi Nir CEO Keshet Broadcasting Israel

Changle Liu Chairman & CEO Phoenix Satellite Television PR China

Surang Prempree President & CEO Chandra 25 Co. Thailand

Josh Sapan President & CEO AMC Networks USA Jeffrey Schlesinger President, Warner Bros. Worldwide Television Distribution Warner Bros. USA Mark Scott Managing Director Australian Broadcasting Corporation Australia Neal Shapiro President & CEO WNET USA

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Zafar Siddiqi Chairman First Media UAE Luis Silberwasser EVP and Chief Content Officer Discovery Networks International United Kingdom Simon Sutton President, HBO International & Content Distribution Home Box Office USA Donald Taffner, Jr. President DLT Entertainment USA Luis Villanueva President & CEO Somos TV USA Saran Virutamavongsa Managing Director Bangkok Broadcasting & T.V. Co. Thailand Nobuya Wazaki President Wowow Inc. Japan Annie Wegelius Senior Advisor SVT Sweden Blair Westlake Corporate VP, Media & Entertainment Group Microsoft Corporation USA Malachy Wienges Chairman National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences USA Karola Wille Director General MDR Germany Gerhard Zeiler President Turner Broadcasting Systems International United Kingdom Paul Zilk CEO Reed MIDEM France

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Alternates Antonio Alonso General Manager, Planning Televisa Mexico (Jose Antonio Baston) Suresh Bala USA (Subhash Chandra) George Chien Executive Vice President Sony Pictures Television Networks USA (Andy Kaplan) Jeff Cotugno Chief Operating Officer DLT Entertainment USA (Donald Taffner, Jr.)

Jean-Louis Guillaud TV France International France (Xavier Gouyou-Beauchamps) Hajime Hashimoto Executive Managing Director Wowow Inc. Japan (Nobuya Wazaki) Mathias Hermansson Chief Financial Officer, Strategy and M&A Modern Times Group Sweden (J淡rgen Madsen Lindemann) Peter Iacono Managing Director, International Television Lionsgate USA (Kevin Beggs)

Zaid Mohseni Chief Executive Officer Farsi 1 UAE (Saad Mohseni) Ivan Morales General Counsel Somos TV USA (Luis Villanueva) Doug Murphy Executive Vice President and COO Corus Entertainment Canada (John Cassaday) Rosemary Newell VP Programming and Content Operations Discovery Networks International United Kingdom (Luis Silberwasser)

Harold Crump VP, Corporate Relations Hubbard Broadcasting USA (Stanley Hubbard)

Kazumasa Iida Head of International Program Development NHK Japan (Masayuki Matsumoto)

Cesar Diaz Vice President, Sales Venevision International USA (Adriana Cisneros de Griffin)

Wolf-Dieter Jacobi Director of MDR Television MDR Germany (Karola Wille)

Sergei Pavlov Director of International Relations Channel One Russia Russia (Konstantin Ernst)

Bill Dunlop President & CEO Eurovision Americas USA (Ingrid Deltenre)

Maggie Jones Representative Australian Broadcasting Corporation USA (Mark Scott)

Antoine Robin CEO Havas Productions France (Raphael de Andreis)

Costanza Esclapon Senior Executive Vice President Communications RAI Italy (Luigi Gubitosi)

Kyung-Hee Kim CEO KBS America South Korea (Gil Hwan-Young)

Armando Nu単ez, Sr. President Nun. TV USA (Armando Nu単ez, Jr.)

Gillian Rose Managing Director PBS Distribution USA (Neal Shapiro)

Herbert L. Kloiber Managing Director Tele M端nchen Group (TMG) Germany (Herbert Kloiber)

Zongqin Ruan Deputy General Manager - International Operations Phoenix Satellite Television Co PR China (Changle Liu)

Harry Forbes Senior Publicist WNET USA (Pat Mitchell)

Wen Liu Managing Director, CCTV Documentary Channel China Central Television (CCTV) China (Luo Ming)

Maxime Saada EVP Canal+ Group In Charge of Pay TV Channels Canal + France (Rodolphe Belmer)

Frank-Dieter Freiling SVP, International Affairs ZDF German Television Germany (Thomas Bellut)

Thomas McGrath Chairman and Co-Owner Crossroads Media USA (Ahmet Oren)

Benjamin Salinas Director of Business Development Azteca Mexico (Ricardo Salinas)

Michael Feeney VP, Public Relations & Corporate Affairs A+E Networks USA (Abbe Raven)

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Andres Santos CEO & President Dori Media America USA (Nadav Palti)

Sheila Hall Aguirre SVP, Sales and Development, Latin America FremantleMedia USA

Yoshihiro Shimada President Tokyo Broadcasting System International USA (Toshichika Ishihara)

Ghassan Al Asad Managing Director Creative Media Solutions UAE

Alon Shtruzman Managing Director Keshet International Keshet Media Group United Kingdom (Avi Nir) Rainer Siek President MT.NY USA (Gerhard Zeiler) Amauri Soares Programming Director TV Globo Brazil (Roberto Irineu Marinho) Palakorn Somsuwan Executive Director, Assistant Managing Director Bangkok Broadcasting & TV Co. Thailand (Saran Virutamavongsa) Clifford T. Tendler Director, Sales & Marketing MOBY Group UAE (Zafar Siddiqi) Jorge E.Vaillant President AVM Corporation USA (Lucio Pagliaro) Ed Wierzbowski President Global American Television USA (Pavel Korchagin)

Members Nancy Abraham Vice President, Documentary Programming Home Box Office USA Ekaterina Agafonova News Presenter Ren TV Channel Russia

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Ramzan Rashad Al Naimi Director of Network Creative Al Jazeera Media Network Qatar Nashwa Al Ruwaini CEO and Board Member Pyramedia UAE Karen Alamo Corporate Communications and Talent Manager HBO Latin America Group USA Raul Alarcon Jr. President & CEO Mega TV - Spanish Broadcasting System USA

Leonardo Aranguibel Production Director, LatAm, US Hispanic, Europe, Middle East and Africa Disney Media Distribution USA Lucia AraĂşjo General Manager Futura Channel Brazil Portia Archer VP, International On Demand Home Box Office USA Avi Armoza CEO Armoza Formats Israel Finn Arnesen SVP, International Distribution and Development Hasbro Studios United Kingdom Pablo Arriola Executive Director The Format Factory Uruguay

Avi Balashnikov Chairman Jerusalem Capital Studios Israel Alex Balassa President / Producer Blindspot Mexico Norbert Balit Producer Adamis Production France Keiko Bang President Bang Singapore Singapore Carlos Barba Owner Barba Television USA Barak Bar-Cohen Executive Vice President, Global Business Development KIT Digital Prague Czech Republic Hannah Barnes Head of Programming & Commissions - LifeStyle Channels Foxtel Australia

Carla Albuquerque Executive Director Medialand Brazil

Jennifer Askin Vice President Askin & Company USA

Mauro Alencar Professor University of Sao Paulo Brazil

Monica Athayde Managing Director Endemol Globo Brazil

Talal Al-Haj New York / UN Bureau Chief Al-Arabiya News Channel USA

Agnes Augustin President Shaw Rocket Fund Canada

Marco Altberg President Brazilian Independent TV Producers Association Brazil

Dato Amrin Awaluddin Group Managing Director Media Prima Berhad Malaysia

Stefan Baron Drama, Co-Productions and Business Affairs SVT Sweden

Randa Ayoubi Founder & CEO Rubicon Group Jordan Co. Jordan

Radik Batyrshin Chairman of the Board MIR Interstate TV Company Russia

Andres Badra General Manager Frecuencia Latina Peru

Wolf Bauer CEO UFA Film & TV Produktion Germany

Zane Bair General Manager Seven Network Australia, LA Bureau USA

Ludwig Bauer Germany

Ricky Anderson Attorney Anderson & Smith, PC USA Irene Ang CEO & Founder Fly Entertainment Singapore Faraz Ansari CEO Alliance Media FZ UAE

John Barnett Chairman South Pacific Pictures New Zealand Sarah Barnett President & General Manager Sundance Channel USA

Rola Bauer President / Partner Tandem Communications Germany

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Steven Bawol Managing Director Helion Pictures France

Helena Bernardi Senior Director, Acquisitions HBO Latin America USA

Miguel Brailovsky SVP Programming and Production A+E Networks Latin America Argentina

Joseph Calabrese Partner O’Melveny & Myers USA

Fatema Bayat Senior Vice President Ariana Radio & Television USA

Piv Bernth Producer Danish Broadcasting Corporation (DR TV) Denmark

Juergen Brautmeier Director Landesanstalt für Medien NRW (LfM) Germany

Gillian Carr Executive Producer Moody Street Kids Australia

Deirdre Brennan Director of Channels & Branded Services BBC Worldwide Australia

Michael Carrington Head of Content and Production HIT Entertainment United Kingdom

Anette Beijer Creative Director Titan TV Sweden Dirk Beinhold Owner/CEO Akkord Film Produktion Germany Yury Belenkiy Art Director / Producer Studio Harmony Russia

Giuliano Berretta President DBW Communication Italy Lynn Beveridge USA Friedhelm Bixschlag Director of Production Magic Media Company Germany

Otto Bell Creative Director Ogilvy Entertainment USA

Eric Leo Blais VP Digital Media Peace Point Entertainment Group Canada

Gregory P. Bellon President Bellon Entertainment USA

Jonathan Blum President, Cisneros Media Venevision USA

Cilla Benkö Deputy Director General Swedish Radio Broadcasting Sweden

Guilherme Bokel International Entertainment Executive Director TV Globo Brazil

Marc Bennink Founder Entourage Amsterdam Netherlands Oliver Berben CEO Constantin Film Produktion Germany Hilde Berg Producer Norsk Filmproduksjon Norway Josh Berger President & Managing Director Warner Bros. Entertainment UK & Ireland & Spain United Kingdom Arne Berggren Showrunner Metronome Spartacus Norway Mitchell Berman CEO & Chief Investment Officer Zen Media Entertainment Group & Zen Digital Fund USA 120

Pascal Breton President PBH France Thomas Brezina Author / Film & TV Producer Story & Co. Austria

Anna Carugati Group Editorial Director World Screen USA Arturo Casares CEO Lang Rui (Beijing) Culture Consulting Co. PR China Donovan Castillo-Mohlman Head of Programming and Scheduling, Asia Pacific AMC/Sundance Channel Global Singapore

Tobias Bringholm Chief Creative Officer Magine Sweden Julie Bristow President & CEO Bristow Global Media Canada

Craig Cegielski Executive VP, Scripted Programming FremantleMedia North America USA

Pierre Brosseau CEO RNC Media Canada

Wissam Chahine Head Producer Orbit Radio & TV Network Lebanon

Michael Bologna Managing Partner, Director Emerging Communications GroupM USA

Maria Brown Managing Director, Acquisitions & Programming Asian Food Channel Singapore

Nicolas Bonard General Manager and SVP, DEI & France Discovery Networks International United Kingdom

Elodie Brulere-Powers VP Business Development Woods Media Group USA

Chanin Chamachote Managing Director Panorama Worldwide Thailand

Astrid Bscher CEO Filmfritz Germany

Tania Chambers Managing Director Feisty Dame Productions Australia

Brian Buchanan Online Operations Manager The Herald & Weekly Times Australia

Donovan Chan Creative Director Beach House Pictures Singapore

Fred Burcksen Vice President ZDF Enterprises Germany

Long Jong Chang Deputy CEO Mediacorp Singapore

Jean Bureau Co-President Incendo Productions Canada

Karen Cifarelli Founder Cifarelli Talent Consulting Germany

Jordi Bosch Managing Director, Endemol Espana Holding President, Zeppelin TV Spain Nathalie Bourdon VP, International Business Development Montreux Comedy Festival Canada Jean-François Boyer President / Chairman Tetra Media Studio France

Tapaas Chakravarti CEO DQ Entertainment International India

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Sven Clausen Head of Fiction TV2, Denmark Denmark

Guido Corso Direttore Rai Trieste RAI USA

Vassili Clert Producer Son et Lumiere France

Patrice Courtaban COO TV5 USA USA

Alain Clert Producer Son et Lumiere France

Beatrice Cox-Riesenfelder Managing Director ORF-Enterprise Austria

Bryan Cockerill Company Director & Executive Producer The Full Box Australia

Adam Crozier Chief Executive ITV United Kingdom

Lisa Coelho CEO GlobeCast Americas USA Sean Cohan EVP, International A+E Networks USA Nick Cohen Managing Partner & Head of Mediacom Beyond Advertising Mediacom United Kingdom Alex Cohen CEO SynKronized Films USA Marcello Coltro EVP and CMO Chello Latin America USA Gaston Comas CEO HBO Latin America USA Vince Commisso President and CEO 9 Story Entertainment Canada

Peter De Jong USA Fabrice de La Patellière Head of French Drama and Co-Productions Canal + France Sabine de Mardt CEO Eyeworks Fiction Cologne Germany Jacques de Suze Board Member City TV Broadcasting UK USA

Gai Dunlop CEO Festcom International Australia Roberta Durrant CEO Penguin Films South Africa Didier Duverger Vice Chairman - CEO Natixis Coficiné France

Katrina Cukaj EVP, CNN Sales & Marketing Turner Broadcasting System USA

Robert DeBitetto President of Brand Strategy and Business Development A+E Studios USA

Enrique Cusco CEO Ole Communications USA

Christy Dena Director, Owner Universe Creation 101 Australia

Daniel Ecija CEO Grupo Globomedia Spain

Beathe Daae Head of Children’s Programming TV2 Norway Norway

Thierry Depambour Script Manager Son et Lumiere France

Michael Edelstein President of TV Production NBCUniversal International United Kingdom

Alexander Dannenberg CEO Cinemakers Germany

Nicole Devilaine Director France Televisions USA France Televisions USA

Sebastian Darcyl President ADM TV Creativa Argentina

Tom Devlin President, International Television Sales & Marketing Entertainment Studios USA

Peter Eiff Executive VP and Head of International Monarchy Enterprises (New Regency Prod) Germany

Sanjay Das Chief Works Officer The Works Network UAE Gary Davey Executive Vice President, Programming Sky Deutschland Germany

Rachel Dixon COO Viocorp Australia Scott Donaton Global Chief Content Officer UM USA

Daniel David CEO STV / Soico Television Mozambique

Chen Dongdong Chairman of the Board Dalian Wuzhou TV Production PR China

Gonzalo Cordoba President Caracol Television Colombia

Sam Davis CEO Rowboat Film- und Fernsehproduktion Germany

Eric Douat Director, Industry Relations Univision Networks USA

Alexander Coridass President & CEO ZDF Enterprises Germany

Francois de Brugada Executive Vice President Banijay Group France

Kevin Cooper Agent Creative Artists Agency USA

Nancy Dubuc President and CEO A+E Networks USA

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Paul Drago Producer, HBO Originals HBO Latin America USA

Luis Echarte Chairman of the Board Azteca America Mexico

Pierre El Daher Chairman & CEO LBC Lebanon Reinhold Elschot Head of Drama, Deputy Programme Director ZDF Germany Peter C. Emerson President eOne Television International Canada Obed Emvula Namibian Film Commissioner Namibian Film Commission Namibia Jose Escalante Managing Director Latin Media Corporation USA

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Matthias Esche CEO Bavaria Film Germany

Paul Field Managing Director The Wiggles Australia

Mikhail Galkin VP, Acquisitions & Programming Media Host International USA

Juan Carlos Eserski Executive Vice President Telecorporación Salvadoreña El Salvador

Jonathan Finkelstein President and Executive Producer Apartment 11Productions Canada

Tim Gamble CEO Thunderbird Films Canada

Magdalene Ew Head - Marketing, Creative & Content HBO Asia Singapore

Gordon Finlayson General Counsel HBO Europe Hungary

Flavio Garcia da Rocha Director of International Content TV Globo Brazil

Jay Firestone Founder Prodigy Pictures Canada

Ross Garland Owner / Founder Rogue Star Films South Africa

Brendan Fitzgerald Managing Director Pomodoro Stories USA

Quitterie Gausseres Producer Son et Lumiere France

Terry Fitzpatrick Chief Content and Distribution Officer Sesame Workshop USA

Patty Geneste CEO & President Absolutely Independent Netherlands

Alexander Faifman Executive Producer Channel One Russia Russia Wolfgang Fandrich 2nd Chief Editor and Head of History & Current Affairs MDR-First German Television Germany Dato Ahmad Farid Ridzuan Group CEO, Television Networks Media Prima Berhad Malaysia

Tobias Gerlach CEO Bavariapool International Coproductions Germany

Carolyn Grippi EVP, COO, CFO National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences USA Harold Gronenthal Senior Vice President Rainbow International USA Diego Guebel CEO Eyeworks Argentina Argentina Ricardo Guise President & Publisher World Screen USA Xingqiang Guo President Shenzhen Comdfilm Production Co. PR China Peter Gustafsson CEO / Producer Another Park Film Sweden

Talal Fattal CEO Metro TV Ghana

Octavio Florisbal Board Member of Globo Organization TV Globo Brazil

Fadi Fattal CEO Optimum Media Prime Ghana

Tony Forrest Television, Media and Production Consultant Australia

Cynthia Fenneman President & CEO American Public TV USA

Liselott Forsman Executive Drama Producer YLE Finland

Carlos Gonzalez Managing Director, Latin America & US Hispanic Market FremantleMedia Latin America USA

Jay Ferguson President 3 o’clock.tv Canada

Deborah Forte President of Scholastic Media Scholastic USA

Zaheer Goodman-Bhyat President Light & Dark Films South Africa

Carl Hall Managing Director Sky Vision United Kingdom

Juan Antonio Fernandez Manager & Vice-President World Media Pictures USA

Paolo Francia Director Gesport Italy

Michael Gordon Co-Founder & Chief Strategy Officer Limelight Networks USA

Lasse Hallberg CEO / Executive Producer / SVP Lars G Hallberg AS Norway

Jorge Fernández President Atlantic Access Group USA

Clifford Friedman Senior Managing Director Constellation Growth Capital USA

James Grandahl Senior Vice President Skyweb Digital Media USA

Stanley Fertig Senior Vice President HBO International USA

Gregoire Furrer CEO Gregoire Furrer Productions Switzerland

Christian Granderath Head, Movie Department NDR Germany

Carmen Harabagiu Country Manager & VP of Original Programming & Production HBO Romania / HBO Europe Romania

Christoph Fey Attorney at Law Unverzagt von Have Germany

Santiago Galindo Producer Televisa Mexico

David Gregg Vice President, International Publicity Bell-Phillip Television Productions USA

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Sveinung Golimo Managing Director & Producer Filmkameratene Norway

Pal Bugge Haagenrud Producer Kamerakameratene Norway Mary Ann Halford Managing Director FTI Consulting USA Tim Halkin Partner / Managing Director Tandem Communications Germany

Alejandro Harrison CEO Chello Latin America Argentina

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Will Harrison Chief Operating Officer HBO Europe Hungary Nesim Hason President New Films International USA Duane Hatherly Group Channel Manager Foxtel Australia Timothy Hegarty International Sales Executive Australian Children’s Television Foundation Australia Morten Hesseldahl Head of Culture Danish Broadcasting Corporation (DR TV) Denmark Daniel Hetzer Executive Producer Action Concept Germany Hannes Heyelmann Managing Director Turner Broadcasting System Deutschland Germany

Mette Hoffman Meyer Head of Documentaries and Co-productions Danish Broadcasting Corporation (DR TV) Denmark Richard Hofstetter Entertainment Lawyer Frankfurt Kurnit Klein & Selz USA Lisa Honig EVP Television & Digital Sales, The Americas FremantleMedia USA Tim Horan EVP, Programming TV Numeric France Cynthia Hudson SVP & General Manager CNN en Español USA Jennifer Hughes Executive Director Hughes Media Australia Tony Humphreys Managing Director Talent Television United Kingdom

Andy Heyward Partner / Co-President A Squared Entertainment USA

Chris Hunt Founder Classical TV Austria

Michael Hilliard Executive Producer - Content Finch Company Australia

Brian Seth Hurst CEO The Opportunity Management Company USA

Elizabeth Hillman SVP, International Communication Discovery Communications USA Norbert Himmler Program Director ZDF Germany Yuet-Fung Ho President 380 Media Group Limited PR China Gunar Hochheiden Author, Director & Producer Germany Leopold Hoesch Managing Director Broadview TV Germany 124

Espen Huseby CEO Nordic World Norway Nicoletta Iacobacci Head of Strategy and Future Media European Broadcasting Union Switzerland Epigmenio Ibarra General Director Argos Comunicación Mexico Elena Imamova General Director Creative Television Association Russia

Mohammad Salman Iqbal President & CEO ARY Digital Network Pakistan

Ahmed Kamel Film Director (Documentary) MBC and Al-Arabiya TV Group UAE

Duncan Irvine CEO Rapid Blue South Africa

Stuart Karle COO, Reuters News Thomson Reuters USA

Igor Ivanov Deputy Director TV Channel Russia Russia

Wan Ke President Tianjin Radio and Television Stations PR China

John Jacobsen Owner & Producer Filmkameratene Norway Silvia Jafet International Development Director Grupo Bandeirantes de Comunicação Brazil

Christoph Keese President, Public Affairs Axel Springer AG Germany Uwe Kersken CEO & Managing Partner Gruppe 5 Filmproduktion Germany

Linda Jensen CEO HBO Holding Zrt. Hungary

Erna Kettler Acquisition Executive Drama RUV-Icelandic National Broadcasting Service Television Iceland

Abhigyan Jha Founder & CEO Undercover Productions India

Shane Kinnear VP, Sales & Marketing Shaftesbury Films Canada

Shuli Jin Managing Director J.A. Harvest Media Co. PR China

Kiat Kitcharoen CEO Triple Two Co. Thailand

Hermann Joha CEO Action Concept Germany

Alexandre Klemperer Director TV Globo Brazil

Russell J. Kagan Managing Director International Program Consultants, Inc. USA

Mariano Kon VP Programming & Production A+E Latin America Argentina

Jareuk Kaljareuk Chairman of the Executive Committee Kantana Group Public Company Thailand Jarmo Kalliola President Profict Partners Finland Zsuzsanna Kalomista Director of Archives, Content Sales and Acquisitions Media Service Support and Asset Management Fund (MTVA) Hungary

Panos Kouanis General Manager, Programming, Finances, & New Media Hellenic Parliament Television Greece Lars Kristiansen Head of Factual Programs Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation (NRK) Norway Ilya Krivitsky CEO Red Square Group Russia

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Reinhard Krug Executive, Director General’s Office Mitteldeutscher Rundfunk Germany Verena Kulenkampff Head of Television WDR Germany Ashish Kulkarni CEO Reliance Animation India Sergei Kushnerev Chief Editor VID Russia John Laing President and CEO Rallie USA Daniel Laje Original Production, Director TV Quality Argentina Stephan Lamby General Manager ECO Media TV Produktion Germany Eivind Landsverk Director of Programming TV Norge Norway Fabrice Larue CEO & Founder Newen France Ioannis Latsios General Director, Programs Antenna TV Greece Alan Lau Partner McKinsey & Company PR China Guy Lavie Head of Yes Docu Yes - DBS Satellite Services Israel

Laura Lee Director, YouTube Content Partnerships Google/YouTube USA Michelle Lee CEO / Producer Creation Co. Taiwan, PR China Kirill Legat Deputy Director General Strategy & Development Ren TV Television Channel Russia Nicholas Lehman President, Digital NBCUniversal USA Charles Lei President Thunder Communications International PR China Piotr Lenarczyk Head of Programming and Acquisitions Polcast Television Poland Yan Li CEO Beauty Media PR China Gary Lico President & CEO CableReady USA Alexander Liegl Partner Noerr Germany Denis Lillie Commissioner / CEO Cape Film Commission South Africa Klaus Lintschinger Head of TV Features ORF Austria

Kay Lawrence Group General Manager Active TV Australia

Dick Lippin Chairman, Chief Executive & Founder The Lippin Group USA

David Leach Commercial Director Tinopolis Group United Kingdom

Jocelyn Little Managing Director Beach House Pictures Singapore

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Todd Lituchy Founder & CEO New Media Vision United Kingdom

Mohammad Malak Creative Director / CEO Syntax CGI Qatar

Shuang Liu CEO Phoenix New Media PR China

Iqbal Malhotra Chairman & Producer AIM Television India

Simon Lloyd President of Programming Cineflix Productions Canada

Marcos Mandarano Monteiro Product Manager, Media & Broadcast British Telecom Global Services Brazil

Johnason Lo Founder & Creative Director JL Design Taiwan, PR China Michael Loeb CEO WDR Media Group Germany George Lominadze Head of Programming Rustavi 2 Broadcasting Company Rep. of Georgia Eugenio Lopez III Chairman & President ABS / CBN Broadcasting Corporation Philippines Alice Lorenzi Urbim Producer Manager RBS TV Brazil

Margaret Mardirossian President Anaid Productions Canada Alexander Marin SVP, Distribution and Sales Latin America and Hispanic US Sony Pictures Television USA Kelly Martin CEO South Pacific Pictures New Zealand Satnam Matharu Head of Brand Management Al Jazeera Media Network Qatar Nathan Mayfield Chief Creative Officer Hoodlum Australia

Darcy Lorincz CEO Origin Digital USA Georges Luks Executive Director European Measurement and Research Center Bulgaria

Fred Mayrink Director TV Globo Brazil Jackie McCaffrey Co-President Silverock Films USA

David Lyle CEO National Geographic Channels USA

Eileen McCarthy Director of Programming EMEA Turner Broadcasting United Kingdom

José Machado Community Manager International TV Professionals Portugal

Elizabeth McIntyre Head Production & Development Discovery Networks International United Kingdom

Paul Macionis Business Affairs Executive Foxtel Management Australia Philippe Maigret CEO Endemol Studios USA

Michael McKay President Active TV Australia

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David McKillop EVP, General Manager A+E Network USA John McMahon Principal Strongside Media United Kingdom Balazs Medveczky VP, Economics & Strategic Planning Hungarian Television Hungary Maarten Meijs Managing Director Talpa International Talpa Netherlands Karen Meiring General Manager, Afrikaans Channels MNET South Africa Belinda Menendez President, International TV Distribution + Networks NBCUniversal United Kingdom Jens Meurer Producer / Director / CEO Egoli Tossell Film Germany Lorne Michaels Chairman of the Board Broadway Video USA Ted Miller Agent, Co-Head of Television Creative Artists Agency USA Barbara Miller Partner Fasken Martineau DuMoulin Canada Steve Miller United Kingdom Wan-Sik Min Director, International Business & Relations Munhwa Broadcasting Corporation South Korea Melvin Ming President & CEO Sesame Workshop USA

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Joshua Mintz EVP Scripted Programming & GM Telemundo Studios Telemundo USA

Petra Maria Mueller CEO Film & Media Foundation NRW Germany

Rene Mioch CEO & Producer FCCE Netherlands

Andrey Myroshnichenko Head of the Board ICF “Ukraine 3000” Ukraine

Heinrich Mis Head of TV Play ORF Austria

Takashi Nakamoto Supervising Director Fuji Television Network Japan

Alexander Mitroshenkov President Junior TV Russia

Alaa Nemeh Chairman Abu Dhabi Art House UAE

John Momoh Chairman & CEO Channels Television Nigeria

Sheila Nevins President, HBO Documentary Films Home Box Office USA

John Morayniss CEO eOne Entertainment USA Benjamin Morgaine CEO JokeBox Productions France Sheila Morris Founder, President, & CEO Morris Marketing USA Clive Morris Managing Director Clive Morris Productions South Africa Michael Moser Founder / Director Michael Moser Media Netherlands Martin Moszkowicz Member of the Board Constantin Film Germany Javad Mottaghi Secretary General Asia-Pacific Broadcasting Union Malaysia Stephen Mowbray Head of Acquisitions SVT Sweden

Qondisa Ngwenya Group Managing Director Octagon South Africa Pitsanu Nilklad President Sport Tips Thailand Emeka Nkem Mba Director General National Broadcasting Commission Nigeria Alison Norrington CCO / Founder storycentral United Kingdom Jorg Nowak SVP, GM National Interactive Media Univision Interactive Media USA Mitsuru Oda Vice President & General Manager, Warner Bros. International Television Warner Entertainment Japan Japan Charles Ogilvie Executive Director, China Panasonic US Executive Offices USA Godfrey Ohuabunwa Group Managing Director / CEO Multimesh Broadcasting Company Nigeria

Miguel Oliva VP, Corporate Affairs Latin America HBO Latin America Group USA Katherine Oliver Commissioner City of New York, Mayor’s Office, Film & Broadcast USA Bernadette O’Mahony Head of Development and Production Australian Children’s Television Foundation Australia Ahmad Izham Omar Exec. Dir., 8TV/CEO, Alt Media / Head, Radio Net. Media Prima Berhad Malaysia David Ong Strategic Advisor / Financial Services Director Fly Entertainment / AIA Singapore Singapore Angel Orengo Executive Vice President, Distribution Sony Pictures Television PR China Tony Orsten CEO The Imaginarium Studios United Kingdom Martin Österdahl Commissioning Editor SVT Sweden Diego Palacio Artistic Director Endemol Argentina Sylvain Parent-Bedard President / Producer L’équipe QuébéComm Canada Franz Patay Secretary General IMZ – International Music & Media Centre Austria Rodion Pavlyuchik CEO Prior Group Russia Catherine Payne CEO Endemol Worldwide Distribution United Kingdom

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Louise Pedersen Managing Director All3Media International United Kingdom

Stefan Piech CEO Your Family Entertainment Germany

Daniel Rayner Partner Rayner Rowe USA

Rotimi Pedro Group CEO Optima Sports Management International United Kingdom

Graham Pitman Owner European Television Guild United Kingdom

Mohd Naguib Razak Malaysia

Amanda Peppard Vice President, Development Active TV Australia Luis F. Peraza Executive VP, Acquisitions & Original Production HBO Latin America USA Ricardo Pereira Director TV Globo Portugal TV Globo Portugal Alex Pereira Managing Partner Paraiso Pictures USA Melvin Perez USA Kari Perez Senior Manager Corp. Communications and Publicity, Latin America Netflix USA Jean-Briac Perrette Chief Digital Officer Discovery Communications USA Nathalie Perus-Zakoian Script Manager Son Et Lumiere France Priscilla Pesci Founder, Chief Innovation Officer Elumines USA William Pfeiffer CEO Dragongate Entertainment PR China Chris Philip CEO Sierra / Engine Television USA Greg Phillips President, Content Television and Digital Content Media Corp. United Kingdom 130

Adina Pitt VP, Content Acquisitions & Co-Productions Cartoon Network USA

Antony Root Executive Vice President, Original Programming and Production HBO Europe HBO Holding Zrt. Hungary Jane Roscoe Network Programmer SBS Television Australia

Rainer Retzlik Managing Director Beck Office Germany

Shawn Rosengarten Director, Sales Just for Laughs Canada

Rodrigo Piza Canada

Christina Rezk Resar Head of Comedy Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation (NRK) Norway

Vicky Politova Managing Director BTV Balkan News Corp Bulgaria

Christophe Riandee Vice CEO Gaumont France

Hans Rossine Head of International Co-Productions Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation (NRK) Norway

Linda Porto Director of Sales Screenings ABC TV USA

Beto Ribeiro Executive Producer / Showrunner Medialand Brazil

Eric Rovner Agent WME Entertainment USA

Vladimir Pozner TV Host Russia

Jens Richter Managing Director Red Arrow International Germany

Emilio Rubio President, Distribution & Media Development HBO Latin America Group USA

Thongchai Prasongsanti CEO Pordeecom Company Thailand Franz Prenner CEO ORF Austria Michael Prupas President Muse Entertainment Enterprises Canada Benjamin Pyne President, Global Distribution Disney Media Networks USA Marlon Quintero CEO CIC Media USA Abdul Rahman Ahmad Group Managing Director & CEO Ekuiti Nasional Berhad Malaysia Hanani Rapoport CEO Jerusalem Capital Studios Israel

Mazen Rifka President Global Media Group Qatar Roberto Rios Vice President, Original Production HBO Latin America Media Services USA

Zoltan Rudi Independent Producer Shooteasy Hungary Eduardo Ruiz EVP & General Manager A+E Television Networks USA

Tracey Robertson CEO Hoodlum Active Australia

Vladyslav Ryashyn President of the Board of Directors Star Media Russia

Achim Rohnke Group Managing Director / CEO Bavaria Film Group Germany

Marcos Santana CEO Telemundo Internacional USA

Eric Rollman President & CEO Rollman Entertainment USA

Alberto Santini General Director TV Azteca Mexico

Emilio Romano USA

Ted Sarandos Chief Content Officer Netflix USA

Anette Rømer Head of Acquisitions and Formats Division TV2 Denmark Denmark

Adrian Sarbu President & COO Central European Media Enterprises (CME) Czech Republic

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Anuj Saxena CEO Maverick Productions India Marcos Schechtman Director TV Globo Brazil Michael Schelp Director, Business Development Fujisankei Communications International USA Katharina Schenk Head of TV DPT TV Series / Senior Producer ORF Austria Patricia Schlesinger Controller Factual NDR Germany Bernd SchlĂśtterer CEO Palatin Media Germany Andreas Schmid CEO AS Future Technologies Germany Michele Schofield SVP, Programming and Marketing AETN Networks Asia Singapore Charles Schreger President, Programming Sales HBO International USA Carlos Henrique Schroder CEO TV Globo Brazil Douglas Schwalbe Executive Vice President DreamWorks Classics USA Arthur Schweitzer CEO Cinevest Interactive USA Douglas Scott Senior Partner, President Ogilvy Entertainment USA

Jon Sechrist VP, Production & Development Discovery Networks International USA

Guillaume Soutter Co-Founder and Head of International Sales PGS Entertainment France

Kathy Styponias General Manager, Media & Entertainment Microsoft Corporation USA

Stephen Segaller VP Programming WNET/WLIW USA

Philippe Soutter President PGS Entertainment France

Robert Sender Senior Vice President, HBO International Home Box Office USA

Michael Souvignier Managing Director Zeitsprung Entertainment Germany

Julie Sultan President, International Sales & Distribution W2 Media Inc. USA

Peter Settman Creative Director Baluba Television Sweden Evan Shapiro President of Participant Media Television Participant Media USA Robert Sharenow EVP Programming & General Manager Lifetime Networks USA Nicole Sheffield CEO News Life Media Australia Boji Sheng Executive Deputy Editor-in-Chief Hunan Radio and Television PR China Lianwen Shi President Liaoning Radio & Television PR China Pierre Sissmann Chairman & CEO Cyber Group Studios France Haim Slutzky Owner Haim Slutzky Communication Channels Israel Michael Smeaton CEO / Produzent FFP New Media Germany Laurent Solly Chairman TF1 Digital France

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Sergei Sozanovsky Member, Board of Directors Film UA Group Ukraine Mariam Sparsiashvili Advisor to Executive Director Business Association of Georgia Rep. of Georgia Richard Speer President Attraction Media Canada Karoline Spodsberg Managing Director Banijay International United Kingdom Frank Spotnitz Chief Executive Big Light Productions United Kingdom Morgan Spurlock Director Warrior Poets USA Maria Stepanovitch Distribution Manager, Americas France 24 France Nicholas Stevens President Bridgespan Multimedia USA Eduardo Stigol CEO Inter Venezuela Odd Arvid Strømstad CEO Eyeworks Dinamo Norway

Xu Sun Producer Beijing Television Station PR China Tai Quan Sun President Beauty Media PR China Siam Sungvaribudh Managing Director Dara Video co. Thailand Patrick Svensk EVP of Content Modern Times Group Sweden Fernando Szew CEO MarVista Entertainment USA Jeffrey Tahler Managing Director Madica Productions USA Hsieh Tai Chun President Hong Ying Animation Co. PR China Vladimir Taller President TVM Group Russia Grace Hui Tang Partner PricewaterhouseCoopers PR China Anders Tangen Producer Viafilm Norway Rudy Tanoesoedibjo President Director PT. MNC Sky Vision Indonesia

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Zuzana Tapakova General Director TV Markiza Slovakia

Tetsu Uemura President & CEO Tohokushinsha Film Corporation Japan

Eileen Tasca Producer Task Films / Alien Films Italy

Maria Urquiaga Executive Media Consultant ALPALA Communications Corp. USA

Victor Tevah Director, Production and International Area Pol-ka Productions Argentina

Saija Uski Head of Development Yle Strategy Yleisradio Finland

Christina Thomas CEO BAFTA East USA

Claudio Vaccarella Founder/CEO HyperTV USA

Joao Daniel Tikhominoff Joao Daniel Filmes Brazil

Oleg Valuyskov Commercial Director Polykran Studio Ukraine

Peter Tinoco President Venevision Studios USA Leslie Tomlin President & Executive Producer Peace Point Entertainment Group Canada Geza M. Toth Animation Film Director Kedd Hungary Katharina Trebitsch President Trebitsch Entertainment Germany Bruce Tuchman President AMC/Sundance Channel Global Networks USA Andreas Turck Founder Pilot Entertainment Germany Dario Turovelzky Programming Manager Telefe Argentina Simon Twiston Davies CEO CASBAA PR China

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Henk van der Meulen Vice President IMZ – International Music & Media Centre Netherlands Rose Marie Vega Television Executive RMV Enterprises USA Olivier-Rene Veillon Director Ile-de-France Film Commission France Secundino Velasco CEO TOAC USA Ernesto Velazquez Briseno Director General TV UNAM Mexico Colin Vickery Australia Marcel Vinay Hill International Sales VP TV Azteca Mexico Marcel Vinay, Jr. Director General & CEO Comarex Mexico

Takonkiet Viravan Managing Director Scenario Company Limited, Exact Company Limited, Acts Channel and ACT’s Studio Thailand Roberto Vivo Chaneton Chairman & CEO Claxson Interactive Group Argentina Valerie Vleeschhouwer Managing Director AB Groupe France Philip von Alvensleben President Alive Entertainment USA Gero von Boehm President Interscience Film/LUPA Film Germany Mohinder Walia CEO MediaGuru India Petter Wallace Head of Commissioning - Independents Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation (NRK) Norway Patrick Walton Producer ShootAway Productions South Africa Danyan Wang Deputy Director China TV Artists Commission of SARFT PR China Anil Wanvari Founder & CEO Indian Television Dot Com India Catherine Warren Board Member (Bell Broadcast), President & Founder (FanTrust) Bell Broadcast and New Media Fund / FanTrust Entertainment Strategies Canada Tony Watts President Reel Rights United Kingdom

David Weiland SVP, Programming & TV Channels BBC Worldwide United Kingdom Andreas Weinek Managing Director History Channel Germany Germany Rudy Weissenberg USA Ed Wells SVP & Managing Director, International WWE USA Christian Wikander Head of Drama, Stockholm SVT Sweden Sally-Ann Wilson Secretary-General Commonwealth Broadcasting Association United Kingdom Anette With Head of Planning TV2 Norway Norway Andrea Wong President, International Production (Sony Pictures Television) President, International (Sony Pictures Entertainment) Sony Pictures Television / Sony Pictures Entertainment United Kingdom Thomas Woods President Woods Communications USA Linda Woods Producer / Director / Writer Lace Productions Australia Loes Wormmeester Editor in Chief NTR Netherlands Alexander Wrabetz Director General Austrian Broadcasting Corporation Austria Paul Wylie Chief Financial Officer Movie Network Channels Australia

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Yongliang Xiao President & CEO CBI Media PR China

Regina Ziegler Executive Producer Ziegler Film Germany

Wenning Xing Managing Director, Hearst China Hearst Corporation PR China

Tanja Ziegler Producer Ziegler Film Germany

Akemi Yamamoto Producer Telecomstaff Japan

Anton Zlatopolsky Deputy Director General TV Channel Russia Russia

Wenhong Yang Vice President Shanghai Media Group PR China

Carmi Zlotnik Managing Director Starz USA

Tomas Yankelevich Director Global Content at Telefe Television Federal Argentina

Viviana Mabel Zocco President Vi-Da Global Argentina

Leonard Yanovsky President Intra Communications USA

László Zsolt Szabó Deputy Director General/Production & Technical Media Service Support & Asset Management Fund Hungary

Victoria Yarmoshchuk Director Media Resources Management Ukraine

FELLOWS

Ralph Franklin USA Larry Gershman Chairman & CEO World International Network USA Herbert Granath Chairman Emeritus ESPN USA

Gene F. Jankowski Consultant USA Arthur F. Kane Managing Editor WordCrafters USA Kay Koplovitz Founder, USA Network Koplovitz & Co. USA Georges Leclere Founder LGMA USA

Bill Baker Journalist in Residence Fordham University USA

Galen Yeo CEO & Creative Director The Moving Visuals Company Singapore

Ralph Baruch USA

Sam Nilsson Sweden

Edward Bleier Warner Bros. (ret.) USA

Bob O’Reilly Canada

Richard Carlton USA

Felipe Rodriguez CEO & President Cognitec Systems Corp. USA

Horst Mueller Greece

Olena Zagorodniuk Chief Musical Producer National TV Company of the Ukraine Ukraine

Bruce Christensen Senior Vice President Bonneville Salt Lake Media Group USA

Airin Zainul General Manager, NTV 7 & 8TV Media Prima Berhad Malaysia

Bert Cohen Consultant USA

Jim Rosenfield JHR & Associates USA

Mark Cohen Consultant USA

Dietrich Schwarzkopf Consultant Germany

Sonny Fox President Sonny Fox Consultants USA

Rainer Siek President MT.NY USA

Renata Zamith Afonso de Almeida CEO TV Aliança Paulista S.A. Brazil

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Helmut Thoma Chairman Freenet/Debitel AG Germany

Norman Horowitz President Norman Horowitz Company USA

Jeremy Yates Managing Director Playboy TV UK United Kingdom

Jay Yogeshwar Director, Media & Entertainment Hitachi Data Systems USA

Dieter Stolte Axel Springer Company Germany

Tom Rogers Chairman, TRget Media CEO & President, TiVO USA

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JURORS’ DIRECTORY

Jurors 2013 International Emmy Awards

First Round Jurors Tamara Aagten-Margol Tako Media Poland Khaled Abol Naga I-Team-Cairo Egypt Tomas Akerstedt ART89 Television Sweden

Carla Alberquerque Medialand Brazil Manuel Alduy Canal+ France

Susan Alexander Shaw Media Canada

Jack Alfandary Fremantle Media USA

Ronit Alkon Zebra TV Channels Israel

Foz Allan Bryncoed Productions United Kingdom Carlos Alperin Galloping Films Australia

Kent Alterman Comedy Central USA

Fernando Altschul Moviecity USA

Catherine Alvaresse Arte France France

Delmar Andrade Record TV Network Brazil Eleonora Andreatta RAI Fiction Italy Gerald Ariano G2A Media France

Philip Armstrong-Dampier 1212 Productions United Kingdom

Pablo Arriola OZ Media Uruguay

Hannelie Bekker Wananchi Group Kenya

Peter Chalupa Markiza Slovakia

Solange Attwood Si Entertainment Canada

Paulette Bensussen ELECTUS USA

Donovan Chan Beach House Pictures Singapore

Jennifer Askin Askin & Company USA

Marie Pierre Aulas Dassault Systemes France

Boris Ausserer Lucky Bird Pictures GmbH Germany Michal Aviram Screenwriter Israel Blanca Baena K 2000 SAU Spain

Zaihirat Banu Oak3 Films Singapore

Peter Barabas Euronews France

Estee Bardanashvili Sesame Workshop USA

Barbara Barde Up Front Entertainment Canada Marc Bary IJswater Films The Netherlands Marco Bassetti Banijay Group Italy

Giacomo Battiato Film Director France

Edda Baumann von Broen Avanti Media Germany Steven Bawol Helion Pictures France

Caroline Behar France Télévisions France

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Rubens Belli Belli Studio Brazil

Virginia Berberian VB Entertainment Argentina

Johanna Bergenstråhle Svensk Filmindustri Sweden Lesley Birchard CBC Television Canada

Henrik Biskjaer Nice Entertainment Group Denmark Helen Blakeman Writer United Kingdom

Isabelle-Anouk Bourduas Zone 3 Canada Marlene Braga Woman on the Verge USA Andrea Brown Writer Germany Lucy Bruell L.A. Bruell USA

Anders Bruus DR (Danish Broadcasting Company) Denmark

Sara Cabras Rai Radiotelevisione Italiana Italy

Jacqueline Cantore Globosat / Global Civic Media USA Ron Carroll Fact & Friction Productions Canada Arturo Casares Lang Rui People’s Republic of China

Brent Chambers Flux Animation Studio New Zealand

Mandy Chang ABC - Australian Broadcasting Corporation Australia CheeK The Group Entertainment Singapore Celine Chesnay France Télévisions France

Peggy Ching Radio Television Hong Kong Hong Kong, China Donghan Cho GIMC South Korea

Rungthip Chotnapalai Thai Public Broadcast Thailand Roger Christiansen Secrist Productions USA Heather Chung EBS South Korea

Tristan Chytroschek a&o buero Germany

Karen Cifarelli Cifarelli Talent Consulting Germany Dustin Clare RGM Artist Group Australia Rick Clodfelter Cartoon Network USA Bryan Cockerill The Full Box P/L Australia Alex Cohen Synkronized USA

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Jose Cohen Cactus Film and Video / ABC News Mexico Beatrice Coletti Babel / The Blog TV Italy

Marcello Coltro Chello Latin America USA Richard Cook Attention Seekers United Kingdom Yurisan Cordero Univision USA

Marina Cordoni Breakthrough Entertainment Canada Stephen Corvini Fremantle Media Australia Australia Michael Cosentino Bell Media Canada

Jeff Cotugno DLT Entertainment USA Stuart Coxe Antica Productions Canada Jason Critelli Media Farm Australia

Andrea Cuartas Turner Latin America USA Debbie Cuell ITV Studios Australia

Alvaro Curiel Lemon Films Mexico

Roberto Dall’Angelo SD Cinematografica Italy

Sam Davis Rowboat Film and Television Germany Elly De Bont KRO The Netherlands

Peter De Jong Programming & Development Executive USA Alexandra de la Mora Actress Mexico Jacques de Suze Omnifluent Media USA

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Erik de Winter Endemol International The Netherlands

Michael Arthur Dearham Cote Ouest Audiovisual Mauritius Nicole Devilaine France Télévisions USA

Kristin Diehle Kristin Diehle Casting Germany Michael Dimich MD Productions USA Maria Dinulescu Actress USA Branko Djuric Actor Slovenia Paul Dolan ABC News USA

Mike Doyle Actor USA

David Dreilinger Ducksoup Media Enterprises, USA Olivier Dumont Entertainment One United Kingdom

Charlie DuPont Duponts & Duponts Belgium Marc Duret 3 Rayons de pluie France

Shereen El Meligi Abu Dhabi Media Company United Arab Emirates Yasser El Sahn Al-Jazeera Children Qatar

Josh Elbaum Media Investment Group USA Debbie Elbin The N.Y. Picture USA

Liutauras Elkimavicius Baltijos TV, UAB Lithuania

Abdel Latif El-menawy New Arab World United Kingdom

Christoph Engel United/ZDF/3sat/EVISCO Germany Camilo Jose Escobar Foxtelecolombia Colombia

Caroline Faraj CNN United Arab Emirates

Fred Grinstein A&E Network USA

Norman Fein News 12 Networks / Cablevision USA

Tanja Grunwald Another Casting COmpany Denmark

Lynn Ferguson Tweddle Nedulous Productions USA Juan Fernández World Media Pictures USA

Gerry Flahive National Film Board of Canada Canada Frederic Fougea Boreales France

Kwang Wei Han Threesixzero Productions Singapore Suki Hangaard Blu A/S Denmark

Barbro Hardersen The Norwegian Centre for ICT in Education Norway

Sarah Fowlie Bell Media Canada

Bruce Frankel TF1 USA

Nina Franoszek The Connectress-Intercontinental Film Services Berlin-Los Angeles USA Ingolf Gabold Eyeworks Denmark

Nesim Hason New Films International USA Wayne Hay Al Jazeera Thailand

Timothy Hegarty Australian Children’s Television Foundation Australia Michael Hilliard Finch Australia

Henry Gagnon HG Distribution Canada

Mikhail Galkin Media Most International USA Emanuela Galliussi Actress USA

Daniel Garcia Mendoza 2&2 Producciones Colombia

Barbara Giordani Barbara Giordani Casting Italy Jamie Glazebrook CMP UK United Kingdom

Gunar Hochheiden Author & Director Germany

Mahboubeh Honarian VeraMedia Canada Carla Hool Carla Hool Casting USA Patricia Houtart Bel Air Media France

Francis Humble Televisió de Catalunya (TV3) Spain Victor Ibañez Pentagrama Films Spain

Linda Granath SVT - Sveriges Television AB Sweden Jonas Grimas Director/Writer United Kingdom

Paul Bugge Haagenrud Kamerakameratene a/s Norway Sally Habbershaw A+E Networks USA

Danie Ferreira Urban Brew Studios South Africa

Christopher Gordon Cineflix Rights Canada

Peter Gustafsson Another Park Film Sweden

Claire Ingham Company Pictures United Kingdom

Neil Jackson Paper Dragon Productions USA

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Andrew Jackson Actor Canada

Eric Laroche Canal+ France

Margaret Mardirossian Anaid Productions Canada

Vatiswa Ndara Actress South Africa

Patricia Jasin Frecuencia Latina International USA

Ioannis Latsios Ant1 TV Greece

Rolandas Maskoliunas Lithuanian Radio and Television (LRT) Lithuania

Aurelian Nica HBO Romania Romania

Isabella Jantz Actress Germany

Elliot Jenkins Impact Film & Television United Kingdom

Prem Anand K. Kasivisvanathan Mediacorp TV Singapore Barbara Kalicinska B.K. Media Consulting Poland Vilnis Kalnaellis Rija Films Latvia

Ingrid Kasper United Nations USA

Cynthia Kennedy BBC Worldwide United Kingdom

Elizabeth Keyishian Kanganosey, USA Elizabeth Klinck E Klinck Research Canada

Alexandra Kling The History Channel & The Biography Channel Germany

Kailashnath Koppikar Shara India - Sahara One Media & Entertainment India Anton Koschany CTV Canada

James Kramer Who Knew Entertainment USA Michael Kronish Zone3 Canada

Keiichiro Kubota Producer Director USA Ulrich Lagriffoul Only Lifestyle France Stephan Lamby Eco Media Germany Elle Langer Pimento Germany

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Fabienne Larouche Aetios Productions Canada

Ana Layevska Telemundo NBC USA

Francois-Charles Le Goff God Save the Film France Pedro Leda Ledafilms Argentina

Meefung Lee PIK Film Malaysia

Youngki Lee Wonderworld Studios South Korea

Charles Lei Yingzhanwang.com People’s Republic of China Denis Leroy Cineteve France

Jose Alberto Leyes Merlini Entertainments USA Giacomo Lievi Mediaset Italy

Jocelyn Little Beach House Pictures Singapore Khim Loh The Moving Visuals Singapore Natxo Lopez La Competencia Spain Marc Lorber Imagenation USA

Brendan Luno Writer/Producer Australia

Sheena Macdonald Canadian Film Centre Canada David Malone Independent Ireland

Alejandro Malowicki Film Director Argentina Omri Marcus Omarcus.tv Israel

Peter D. Marshall ActionCutPrint Canada

Owen Matthews Shine Australia

Timothy McNeal Disney ABC Television Group USA Maarten Meijs Talpa International The Netherlands

Michelle Melanson Cuperus Radical Sheep Productions Canada Nicola Merola Pixcom Productions Canada

Elisabeth Nord Elisabeth Nord Productions Norway Maria Nordenberg Svenges Television AB Sweden Martha O’Neill Wildfire Films Ireland Lisette Osorio Caracol TV USA

Toni Oyry Ballistic Content Lebanon

Caroline Palmstierna Shoot for the Moon Productions Sweden

Kostas Metaxas Exero Films Australia

Marco Perez Union Editorial / The Flying Editor USA

Jamila Metran ITV PLC United Kingdom

Nacho Perez Cabana Writer Spain

Sean Michael Actor South Africa

Nathalie Perus Son & Lumiere France

Leif Mohlin MINT ab Sweden

Pia Pesonen Roolituspalvelu Finland

Benjamin Morgaine Jokebox France

Mark Piper Director Australia

Nicholas Morris Spudnick Productions United Kingdom

Christian Poccard Euro Channel USA

Sarah Muller CBBC United Kingdom

Linda Porto Disney-ABC-TV USA

Gerardo Murguia Televisa Mexico

Sudheer Nair A+E Networks TV18 India India Rola Najem The Frame United Arab Emirates Luiz Nascimento TV Globo Brazil

Mamadou Niang Nextmedia.TV USA

Klaus Proempers ZDF German Television USA Marco Valerio Pugini Panorama Films Italy

Ellen Rand Universal Cable Productions USA

Marie T Natanson Natanson Productions Canada

Virginia Rankin Netherwood Productions Canada

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Alexander W. RauscherNachwalger ORF - Austrian Broadcasting Corporation Austria Julia Redwood Prospero Productions Australia Christina Rezk Resar NRK Norway

Rainer Retzlik Beckoffice Content & Creation Germany Gillian Reynolds Gillian Reynolds Casting Ireland Gil Ribeiro Conspiração Filmes Brazil

Talia Sanhewe Talia Productions South Africa

Michaela Seemann ORF-Austrian Broadcasting Corporation Austria Andrew Sime Global Agency The Netherlands

Marco Luciano Simionato More TV Argentina Barbara Slade Writer/Creator/Producer United Kingdom Brett Sleigh ABC Television Australia Australia

John Rice Jam Media Ireland

Helen Smit Viacom International Media Networks Africa South Africa

Juan Pablo Rincon Foxtelecolombia Colombia

Carol Spycher Accent Films International Switzerland

Robert Richter Richter Productions USA

John Ritchie Force Four Entertainment Canada

Denise Roberts Screenwise Film & TV School for Actors Australia Rose Rogers eNCA (eNews Channel Africa) South Africa Anette Romer TV2 Denmark Denmark

John Roque ABS-CBN The Philippines

Nancy Rosenthal New York WILD Film Festival USA

James Ross Lightning International Limited Hong Kong, China Jon Rutherford Tricon Films & Television Canada Linda Saffire Fleeting Pictures USA

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Jessica Soho GMA Network The Philippines

Nigel Stafford-Clark Deep Indigo Productions United Kingdom

Bruce Starin Foundation Television Consultants USA Otto Steiner Constantin Entertainment Germany

David Studer CBC News, Canadian Broadcasting Corporation Canada Diego Suarez Foxtelecolombia Argentina

Xu Sun Beijing Television Station People’s Republic of China Donald Taffner, Jr DLT Entertainment USA

Assaad Taha Hot Spot Films United Arab Emirates James Taylor Altogether Media United Kingdom

E. Jane Thompson Director Canada

Justin Thomson-Glover Far Moor Media United Kingdom

Kjartan Thor Thordarson Sagafilm Iceland

Donna Wiffen FremantleMedia United Kingdom

Lilia Trapani Studio T Italy

Jim Williamson CBC Canada

Claire Tonkin Network Ten Australia

Andrea Traubner Alexander Street Press USA Dario Turovelzky Telefe Argentina

Ines Turturica Acasa TV (ProTV) Romania

Bruno Wollheim Coluga Pictures United Kingdom

Linda Woods Lace Productions Australia

Loes Wormmeester NTR The Netherlands

Lina Uribe Dali Productions Canada

Maria Urquiaga Alpala Communications USA

Saija Uski Yle Finnish Broadcasting Company Finland Jorge Vaillant Perspectives 21 USA

Pentti Väliahdet Finnish Broadcasting Company Finland Kees Cornelis van der Spek Endemol The Netherlands Michael Vetter MV Productions Mexico

Matthieu Viala New Media Group / MakingProd France Paul Voorthuysen PV Pictures The Netherlands

Martin Dingle Wall Alchemy Film Productions USA Gabriele Walther Caligan Film Germany

Thomas Xenakis CBS News USA Melissa Yuen StarHub Singapore

Javier Zilberman Ideas del Sur Argentina

Jose Zimmerman TV Brasil Brazil

Dennenesch Zoudé Actress Germany Angela Zubrzycki Producer USA

Maria Luz Zucchella Perro Blanco Films USA

Semi-Final Jurors Amit Aaryan Scriptwriter India

Nabil Abou Samra Twofour54 - Int5 United Arab Emirates Patricia Adane France Télévisions France

Caroline Adelus Lagardère Thematique France

Laura Weissbecker Luna Films USA Aimee White BBC Worldwide USA

Dewi Wyn Williams Script Consultant United Kingdom

Habib Al Attar Ministry of Culture and Youth United Arab Emirates

Marie-Laure Widmer-Baggiolini Widmer Productions Switzerland

Nashwa Al Ruwaini Pyramedia United Arab Emirates Mona Al Ruwaini Pyramedia United Arab Emirates

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David Albala Calibre 71 Chile

Margret Albers German Children’s Film Association Germany Médéric Albouy France Télévisions France

Monica Albuquerque TV Globo Brazil

Mauro Alencar USP - University of Sao Paulo Brazil Anel Alexander Scramble Productions South Africa Johanne Algren TV Host/Producer Denmark Helios Alvarez Sony Pictures Brazil

Zainir Aminullah Ideate Media Malaysia Marcus Ammon Sky D’Land Germany

Øystein Andersen NRK (Super) Norway

Dieter Anschlag Funkkorrespondenz Germany

Ara Aprikian D8 D17 Group Canal+ France Avi Armoza Armoza Formats Israel Manel Arranz TVE Spain

Samanta Artal Endemol Chile Chile

Margaret Keiko Hagihara Bang Bang Singapore Singapore

Annika Blendl Actress/Director Germany

Andrés Burgos Freelance Colombia

Andres Barrragan Lopez Teleset Colombia

Heather Blumenthal Spirit Sister Productions South Africa

Beate Busch Bibel TV Germany

Walkiria Barbosa Total Entertainment Brazil

Lee Bartlett Discovery USA

Prabal Baruah Independent Professional India Henning Baum Actor Germany Gloria Bautista Screenwriter Mexico

Steven Bawol Helion Pictures France

Alexander Bayer Players Germany

Deema Bayyaa Actress United Arab Emirates Rufus Beck Actor Germany

Dirk Beinhold Akkord Film Produktion Germany Mathieu Bejot TV France International France Galit Benglas Buzz Television Israel

Paul Bennett Cordell Jigsaw Zapruder Australia

Alex Berger TOP-The Oligarchs Productions France

Eva Artesona TV3 Television of Catalonia USA

Piv Bernth Danish Broadcasting Corp (DR) Denmark

Jean-Pascal Azais Swiss TV USA

Abdullah Bin Haider Abu Dhabi Media United Arab Emirates

Paloma Avila VTR Chile

Dai Baker ITN USA

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Barbara Biermann ZDF Germany

Laurence Blaevoet Canal+ France

Malene Blenkov Blenkov Schonnemann Pictures Denmark

Michael Bodey The Australian Australia

Ruediger Boess ProSiebenSat.1 Media AG Germany Pierre Boffety Candela France

Thomas Bohn Author/Director Germany

Gloria Burkert BurkertBareiss Germany

Jerry Butterfield National Geographic Channel Australia Andres Calderon Dynamo Colombia

Takis Candilis Lagardère Entertainment France Carolyn Carew Born Free Media South Africa

Nicolas Bonard Discovery Networks International United Kingdom

Beth Carmona Singular Media Brazil

Sergio Bonilla Actor/Director Mexico

Melanie Chait Bigfish School of Digital Filmmaking South Africa

Julie Boucher EGO Productions France

Vikram Channa Discovery Networks Asia Pacific Singapore

Werner Boote Director Austria

Gin Kai Chan Silver Media Group Singapore

Michel Boujenah Societe le Magnifique France

Bonnie Lee Bouman Bonnie Lee Bouman Casting Studio South Africa Jana Brandt MDR Germany

Deirdre Brennan BBC Worldwide Australia & New Zealand Australia Thomas C. Brezina Kids TV Austria

Christopher Broughton Ace Studios China/Global Media USA Franziska Buch Director Germany Jim Buchan Foxtel Australia

CheeK The Group Entertainment Singapore Claude Chelli Capa Drama France

Allan Chou China Polling People’s Republic of China

Tony Chow International Media Consultant Singapore Sarita Christensen Copenhagen Bombay Denmark Alain Clert Son et Lumiere France

Reginald Clifford Azteca Mexico

Manuel Cohen Scali Comedie+ France

Firdoze Bulbulia Moments Entertainment South Africa

Marcello Coltro Chello Latin America USA

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Antoni Corone Actor USA

Gabriele Couze German Television WDR Germany Beatrice Cox ORF Enterprise Austria

Zoe Crabtree Astral Television Network, Super Écran Canada Ross Crowley Foxtel Australia Alvaro Cueva Proyecto 40 Mexico

Gesine Cukrowski Actress Germany Tony Dalton Actor Mexico

Pauline Dauvin Disney France

Andrew Davies Florianfilm Germany

Sam Davis Rowboat Film and Television Germany

Christine de Bourbon Bousset Lincoln TV France Mark De Geest VRT Belgium

Salmon de Jager Bosbok Ses Films South Africa

Patrice de Moncan Les Editions de Mécène France Tiphaine de Raguenel France Télévisions France Emilie De Schaetzen Eurovision Americas USA

Dirk Gysbert de Villiers Freelance South Africa Sebastian Debertin KI.KA ARD/ZDF Germany Christian Deick ZDF Germany

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Nicole Devilaine France Télévisions USA

Dean Dezius Fox International Channels Australia/NZ Australia

Daniela Di Maio Viacom International Media Networks Italia Italy Cesar Diaz Venevision International USA

Sebastian DiBona Revolutionary Talent Agency Germany Marcella Dichmann ASA Film Production A/S Denmark

Yasser El Sahn Al-Jazeera Children Qatar

Franz Fuchs ORF / Austrian Broadcasting Corporation Austria

Simone Emmelius ZDF Germany

Kim Engelbrecht Real Concepts (Management Agency) South Africa Mark Anthony Engels Blast Films South Africa Michael K. Epstein Epstein Film Austria

Arild Erikstad NRK Norwegian Broadcasting Norway

Frank Dietz PR Disney / Super RTL Germany

Vivi Xiaoqing Fan Communication University of China People’s Republic of China

Paul Dolan ABC News USA

Heidrun-Nina Fehrmann ORF Austria

Frank Doehmann Badlands Film Germany

Camellia Doncheva Bulgarian National Television Bulgaria

Vladimir Donisete Fernandes California Filmes Brazil Katja Dor-Helmer Mini Film Austria

Efrat Dror United Studios Israel Israel Helter Duarte TV Globo USA

Gai Dunlop Festcom International Australia Roberta Durrant Penguin Films South Africa Karsten Dusse Brainpool Germany

Saed Duzdar Creativa Production United Arab Emirates

Natalia Egorova Channel One Worldwide Russia

Shereen El Meligi Abu Dhabi Media Company United Arab Emirates

Bernard Farcy Actor France

Dorthe Ferber ZDF Germany

Lisa Fitzpatrick Network Ten Australia Australia Bethel Flores Screenwriter Mexico

Klaus Ford Your Family Entertainment Germany Olivella Foresta Rai Italy

Tony Forrest Independent Production Australia Zachary Fox INTODEEP France

Virginie Franz Berlinale / FilmFest München / Frankfurt Book Fair Germany

Elisabeth Freisnuth Federal Ministry of Science and Research Austria Annette Frier Actress Germany

Kalle Fürst Fürst & Far Film OG Fjernsyn A/S Norway Maria Furtwängler Actress Germany David Futrowsky Voice of America USA Ingolf Gabold Eyeworks Denmark

Sergio Gandana Parox S.A. - APCT Chile

Debora Garcia Canal Futura / Fundacao Roberto Marinho Brazil Marc Gareton Warner Bros. USA

Beata Gasiorowska TVN S.A. Poland Frank Gerdes ServusTV Austria

Anne Gesthuysen ARD German Television Germany Sophie Gigon France Télévisions France

Luiz Gleiser TV Globo Network Brazil

Rachel Goldstein-Couto Bell Media Canada

Zaheer Goodman-Bhyat Light & Dark Films South Africa Aashka Goradia Mirabelle Entertainment India

Maya Götz Bavarian Broadcast Comp (BR/APD) Germany Franz Grabner ORF Austria

Goerg Grabosch Brainpool TV Germany

Klaus Graf Graf Filmproduktion Austria

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Christian Granderath NDR Germany

Susan Henderson Associated Press Television USA

Stefan Grobe Euronews USA

Alexander Hesse Gruppe 5 Filmproduktion Germany

Bruno Grass Director Germany

Lauren Groenewald Plexus Films South Africa Yoav Gross Nihul Plus Israel

Alyson Grunder New York Foreign Press Center, US Department of State USA Henrietta Gryffenberg M-net (Channel TV) South Africa

Renquan Gu Lowland Blue Lotus Productions bv People’s Republic of China Rodrigo Guerrero Dynamo Colombia

Marie Guillaumond-Tenet TF1 France

Ya Bing Guo China Central Television People’s Republic of China

Gebhard Henke WDR Germany

Alan Hird GlobeCast Africa South Africa Leopold Hoesch Broadview TV Germany

Martin Hofmann Askania Media Germany

Kristina Hollstein ZDF Enterprises Germany

Gabriele Holzner HR-ARD Germany

Timothy Horwood Viacom International Media Networks Africa / MTV Base South Africa Weixian Huang Mediacorp Singapore

Bashar Ibrahem Film Critic United Arab Emirates

Matthias Habich Actor Germany

Funda Inceer Digiturk / Krea Içerik Hizmetleri ve Prodüksiyon A.S. Turkey

Erik Haffner Director Germany

Catherine Jarvis Scarlet Films Australia

Herve Hadmar Writer/Director France

Oliver Halmburger Loopfilm Germany

Adriana Hammeken Writer Mexico Wolfgang Hantke Ziegler Film Germany

Jahaliah Hasan Media Prima Berhad Malaysia

Yuko Hashizaki Kansai Telecasting Corp. Japan Claire Heinrich France Télévisions France

Hannes Jaenicke Pelorus Jack Film Prods USA

Christian Jeltsch Author Germany

Katharina Jeschke IMZ Austria Remi Jimenez M6 France

Anna-Maria Joachim Genannt Thalbach Agentur Hoestermann Germany

Gudrún Jónasdóttir Icelandic National Broadcasting Service - RUV Iceland Harshad Joshi Director India

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Huang Jun China Animation Studios People’s Republic of China

Yoshitsugu Koizumi FOX International Channels Japan

Marie-Luise Kaltenegger Former ORF Editor Austria

Theo Koll ZDF German TV Germany

Andres Kalawski Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile Chile

Takayuki Kanei Kansai Telecasting Japan

Ning Kang China Education TV Station People’s Republic of China Bettina Kasten ZDF Germany

Anita Kaul Basu BigSynergy India

Masumi Kawaguchi NHK Japan Nicole Keeb ZDF Germany

Chris Keely SBS Australia Australia

Peter Kerckhoff Deutsche Telekom AG Germany

Erna Kettler RUV Icelandic National Service Television Iceland Jongmin Kim MBC South Korea

Telidja Klai VRT - Ketmet Belgium

Kenneth Klainz Film Director Denmark Marion Klann Ziegler Film Germany

Rinat Klein (Maron) HSCC Israel Alexander Kleinszig Kamedia Austria

Shinichi Kobayashi J.F. Oberlin University Japan Antoinette Koering Arte France

Tomoyuki Kojima Nippon Television Network Corp Japan

Svetlana Kolosova Channel One Russia Russia

Olga Kornacki House Radio TV Gallery USA

Romy Kraus Entertainment Master Class Germany Bo Kroll See Real Technologies S.A. Luxembourg Konstantin Kröning Director of Photography Germany Markus Kuettner RTL Television Germany Chaing Ming Lai Scriptwriter Malaysia Stephan Lamby Eco Media Germany

Sandrine Lamiral Orange France

Jean-Baptiste Lamotte France Télévisions France Virginie Landru TV5 Monde France

Amanda Lane Writer/Director South Africa

Jean Pierre Laurendeau Astral Media Canada Kay Lawrence Active TV Australia

Georges Leclere LGMA USA

Joon Hee Lee FOX International Channels Hong Kong, China Heinz Leger PreTV Austria

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Adrian Lehnigk WDR, German Public TV Germany

Derek Malone Foxtel Australia

Claudia Michelsen Actress Germany

Miguel Angel Muñoz Actor Spain

Saevar Lemke Discovery Communications Germany

Golli Marboe Makido Film Austria

Luca Milano RAI Radiotelevisione Italiana Italy

Vivian Naefe Director Germany

Charles Lei Yingzhanwang.com People’s Republic of China

Kim Leona Danish Film Institute Denmark Denis Leroy Cinetévé France

Jimmy Leroy Viacom - Nickelodeon Brazil Blanca Lewin Actress Chile

Denis Lillie Cape Film Commission South Africa

Leh Chyun Lin Public Television Service, Taiwan Taiwan, China Flavia Lins e Silva Scriptwriter Brazil

Michael Loeb WDR-Mediagroup Germany Arne Lohmann ZDF Enterprises Germany Cosme López Cisneros Pay TV USA

Jorge Lopez Sotomayor Producciones JLS Chile

Juliane Maria Lorenz Rainer Werner Fassbinder Foundation Germany Julien Loron Saya France

Liang Lu Sichuan TV Festival Office People’s Republic of China Liani Maasdorp University of Cape Town South Africa Scott Mackenzie NBCUniversal, Geneon Universal Ent. Japan Meghna Malik Actress India

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Laurene Mansuy Arte France France

Sandra Marchart ORF - Austrian Broadcasting Corporation Austria Omri Marcus Omarcus.tv Israel

Claudia Marin Actress Mexico

Paulo Marinho Globosat Programadora Brazil

Aline Marrache-Tesseraud Canal + France

Stephane Martinet Ile de France Film Commission France Renaud Mathieu Producer UK Lothar Mattner WDR Germany

Joseph Maxwell SBS Australia Michael McKay Active TV Australia

Erin McWhirter Bauer Media/TV Week Magazine Australia Julia Melchior ZDF Germany

Raul Mendeza Comarex Mexico

Stuart Menzies ABC TV Australia

Jacques Méthé Cirque du Soleil Media Canada Jens Meurer Egoli Tossell Film AG Germany

Mette Hoffman Meyer DR - Danish Broadcasting Corporation Denmark

Krzysztof Mielanczuk Telewizya Polska (TVP) Poland

Lisa Millar Australian Broadcasting Corporation USA Troy Miller Dakota Pictures USA

Omar Mustre Alquimia Mexico

Katrin Näher Above the Line Germany

Takashi Nakamoto Fuji Television Network Japan

Yoko Narahashi United Performers’ Studio Japan

Thierry Mino France Télévisions France

Heinrich Mis ORF- Austrian Television Austria Camila Misas Teleset Colombia

Atsushi Miyasaka NBCUniversal Television Japan

Alaa Nemeh Abu Dhabi Theater and Cinema United Arab Emirates Amos Neumann Armoza Formats Israel

Robert Niemann NIEMANN International Germany

Yoram Mokady HOT Israel Israel

Mikko Nishiyama Nippon Television Network Corp. Japan

Paulo Morelli Oz Filmes Brazil

Luiz Noronha Conspiracal Filmes Brazil

Fabrice Mollier TF1 France

Rafael Noguera Primetime Factoria de Ideas Colombia

Filippo Mori Ubaldini Filmedia Italy

Rolf Moser Bavaria Media, Global Screen Germany Thembi Mtshali-Jones Spirit Sister Productions South Africa Susanne Mueller ZDF Germany

Leticia Muhana Globosat Programming Brazil

Brigitta Mühlenbeck Westdeutscher Rundfunk Germany Sarah Muller CBBC United Kingdom

Marc Müller-Kaldenberg Zieglerfilm Baden-Baden Germany

Reem Nouss Twofour Arabia United Arab Emirates Ana Maria Nuñez VTR Chile

Jane O’Connell Microsoft-MSN+Point Apps United Kingdom

Mitsuru Oda Warner Bros. International Television, Warner Enter tainment Japan Japan Odile Carrière Arte France France

Nesta Owens Discovery Communications United Kingdom Audrey Pacart Radio-Canada / TOU.TV Canada

Cecilia Padula Turner Broadcasting System Italy

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Edna Palatnik TV Globo Brazil

Simone Reuter Sudwestrundfunk Germany

Christa Schamberger The Casting Connection cc South Africa

Geraldine Soto Canal+ France

Franz Patay IMZ Austria

Izabela Rieben RTS (Radio Television Suisse) Switzerland

Sylvia Schmoeller Red Bull Media House / Servus TV Austria

Paul Sowerbutts Random House / Penguin United Kingdom

Sylvain Parent-Bédard QuebeComm Canada

Yash Patnaik Beyond Dreams Entertainment India Luis Peraza HBO Latin America USA

Jorge Peregrino Arpoador Audiovisual Brazil Alex Pereira Paraiso Pictures USA

Cesar Pereira da Silva Paramount Pictures Brazil

Pablo Perelman Perelman Ydel Rio Producciones Chile German Perez La Tele Brazil

Ruth Pfletschinger IMZ - International Music + Media Centre Austria Stefan Piëch Your Family Entertainment Germany Martin Pieper ZDF Germany

Carla Esmeralda Pinheiro Pereira Brazil Kids Film Festival Brazil Peter Povh RTV Slovenia Slovenia

Dafna Prenner Artza Productions Israel Steen Rasmussen Græsted Film Denmark

Mohd Naguib Razak Resonance Film Capital Malaysia Uschi Reich Bavaria Filmverleih-und Produktions Germany

Rainer Retzlik Beckoffice Content & Creation Germany

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Evan Ricks Big American Films People’s Republic of China

Elke Ried Zieglerfilm Koeln Germany

Steffanie Riess ZDF German TV USA

Roberto Rios HBO Latin America USA Najat Rizk Firehorse Lebanon

Coraline Roch France Télévisions France Martin Rodriguez La Raiz Films Chile Anette Romer TV2 Denmark Denmark

Marcus O. Rosenmüller Director/Writer Germany

Nicholas Ross Highlight Entertainment United Kingdom

Hans Rossiné NRK (Norwegian Broadcasting) Norway Zongqin Ruan Phoenix Satellite Television Hong Kong, China

Jonathan Rudd Discovery Networks Asia Pacific Australia Eric Ruder CNN USA

Carsten Rudolf Screenwriter/Director Denmark Heidelinde Rudy ORF Austria

Talia Sanhewe Talia Productions South Africa

Michele Sauvain Swiss Television SRF Switzerland

Teong Hin Saw Real Films Son BHD Malaysia

Victor Schefé Actor Germany

Norbert Schneider LFM Germany Gerald Schwanzer UPC Austria Austria

Silke Spahr Progress Germany

Adam Steinman Warner Bros. International Television Production USA

Ellen Schweiger C-SPAN USA

Heather Scott CBS News - Newspath USA

René Seegers Lowland Blue Lotus Productions B.V People’s Republic of China Rajan Shahi Director’s Kut Production India

Dong Bing Shan Le Vision Pictures People’s Republic of China Chaim Sharir Yezira Ivrit Israel

Lisa Shiloach-Uzrad July-August Productions Israel Zsolt Simon TV2 Hungary Hungary

Karin Simoncini Fox International Channels Australia Christian Simons RTL Television Germany

Ilanit Simon-Tov Hirsch Channel 10 Israel Israel Pierre Sissmann Cyber Group Studios France

Elena Sokolova RTR TV (Russia TV) Washington + NY Bureaus USA Tatyana Sokolova Content Union Russia

Cristiana Sousa Cruz Globo USA

Andrew Solomon ORF (Austrian Broadcasting Company) Austria

Martin Strange-Hansen Writer/Director Denmark Cordula Stratmann Comedian Germany

David Studer CBC News, Canadian Broadcasting Corporation Canada Wei Sun Shanghai Media Group People’s Republic of China Rosane Svartman Raccord Produções Brazil

Paula Taborda dos Guaranys Gloob Brazil Hisanari Tanaka The Walt Disney Company Japan Adeline Tarrade HD1 France Marc Terjung Writer Germany

Manfred Teubner ZDF Germany Aylin Tezel Actress Germany

Barbara Thielen RTL Television Germany

Minki Sibagile Thulo South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) South Africa Johannes Thun-Hohenstein Thun. at - Mindset Management Austria Yuan Tian CCTV9 People’s Republic of China

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Michel Tikhomiroff Mixer Brazil Divyanka Tripathi Actress India Shilpa Tulaskar Actress India

Anders Tvegård Norwegian Broadcasting (NRK) USA Beate Uhrmeister-Barz FFP New Media Germany Shruti Ulfat Actor India

Evert van der Veer VIMN Africa South Africa

Günther van Endert ZDF Germany Louise Van Hoff Okuhle Media South Africa Fides Velasco Azteca Mexico

Daniela Vieira Turner - Cartoon Network Brazil Ginette Viens TVA Contenu QMI Canada Kirstine Vinderskov DR Denmark

Stefanie von Ehrenstein SWR Germany Preben Vridstoft TV2 Denmark Denmark

Aurélie Wack Turner Broadcasting System France Ricardo Waddington TV Globo Brazil Gabriele Walther Caligan Film Germany

Patrick Walton Shootaway Productions South Africa

Yongsheng Wang Gam Su Radio and Television Network People’s Republic of China

Yu Guang Wang Shanghai Tofo Media People’s Republic of China

Katsuhiko Waza FremantleMedia / BBC World Japan Eleonore Weisgerber Actress Germany

Willi Weitzel Welterforscher Film und so weiter Germany Thorsten Wettcke Silber-Wettcke Gbr Germany Alexi Wheeler Nickelodeon United Kingdom

Yona Wiesenthal yes Israel

Alexander Wieser Synchrofilm, Video & Audio Austria Michael Wikke Graested Film & Television Denmark Nele Willaert ZDF Germany

Jim Williamson Canadian Broadcasting Corporation Canada Nathalie Windhast UPRO The Netherlands

Marion Winter RTL Disney Fernsehen Germany Tom Wlaschiha Actor Germany

Yongliang Xiao CBI Media People’s Republic of China Wenning Xing Hearst People’s Republic of China Ning Ya China Movie Channel People’s Republic of China Ouyang Yibing China Children Theater People’s Republic of China

Lei Ying Hunan Gold Eagle Cartoon Channel People’s Republic of China Marina Yupenkova Content Union Russia

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Dror Zahavi Director Germany

Roy Zetisky AFDA Film School / Jet Black Entertainment South Africa Wen Jiang Zhao China Central Television People’s Republic of China

Lifang Zhong Beijing Galloping Horse Media People’s Republic of China Li Zhou Jiangsu Broadcasting Corporation (Group) People’s Republic of China Paul Zilk Reed MIDEM France

Jose Zimmerman TV Brasil Brazil

Udo Zöllner TV-Magazin und Media GmBH & Co. KG Wackelzahn.TV Germany Krešimir Zubuc HRT/Croatian TV Croatia

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Jose Mari Abacan Vice President for Program Management Dept. GMA Network The Philippines

Herval Abreu Director / Executive Producer Canal 13 TV Chile Arthur Acuña Actor GMA Television / TV5 The Philippines

Debbie Allen Director, Choreographer, Producer Debbie Allen Dance Academy USA Andrea Veronica Alvarez General Producer Dori Media Contenidos Argentina

Patricia Andrade Author and Screenwriter TV Globo Brazil Monica Athayde Managing Director Endemol Globo Brazil

Tony Ayres Scripted Producer Matchbox Pictures Australia Andres Badra General Manager Frecuencia Latina Peru

Jennifer Baichwal Director/Filmmaker Mercury Films Canada Roxanne Barcelona Vice President GMA Worldwide The Philippines Giacomo Battiato Director/Writer France

Miguel Angel Bernardeau Maestro Producer Grupo Ganga Producciones Spain Alí Ahmet Böken Director of News Turkish Radio and Television (TRT) Turkey

Miguel Brailovsky SVP & General Manager History The History Channel Argentina Luis G. Calle Vice President Operations, News and Sports Caracol Television Colombia

Jim Carroll Director of News and Current Affairs Special Broadcasting Service (SBS) Australia Kerem Çatay CEO Ay Yapim Turkey

Emma Caulfield Web Content Creator (Essnemma), Writer, Actor My Damn Channel / Crazy 8 Entertainment USA

Craig Cegielski EVP Scripted FremantleMedia North America USA Man Yee (Rita) Chan Head of General Programmes Radio Television Hong Kong Hong Kong, China Simon Chinn Managing Director/Producer Red Box Films United Kingdom Sven Clausen Head of Fiction TV2 Denmark Denmark

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Guido Corso Director Sede Regionale per il Friuli-Venezia Giulia RAI Italy Abdel Raouf Dafri Screenwriter Capa France

Pedro Damian Executive Producer Televisa Mexico Sebastian Darcyl President ADM TV Creativa Argentina Carlos de Elia News Director ARTEAR Argentina

Alexis de Gemini Executive Producer & Director A2G Studio France Vincent De Paul Vice President, News Astro Malaysia

Felipe de Stefani SVP & GM, TBS, TruTV, Infinito MuchMore, HTV & Glitz Turner Broadcasting System Latin America Argentina

Jennifer Dettman Executive Director, Studio and Unscripted Content Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) Canada Kristof D’haene Head of Production News, Sports and Current Affairs Vlaamse Media Maatschappij nv Belgium Roberta Durrant Creative Producer/Director Penguin Films South Africa Cynthia Fenneman President and CEO American Public Television USA Jay Firestone Founder Prodigy Pictures Canada

Angelos Frangopoulos CEO and Managing Director Sky News - Australian News Channel Australia Flavio Garcia Da Rocha Content Executive Enter tainment TV Globo Brazil

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Patty Geneste CEO Absolutely Independent The Netherlands John Gillespie Head of News and Current Affairs TVNZ (Television New Zealand) New Zealand Jane Gogan Head of Drama RTE Ireland Adil Hajji Journalist ESCA Morocco

Lasse Hallberg CEO & Executive Producer LGH Entertainment Norway Amy Hargreaves Actress USA Sarita Harma Head of Drama MTV Oy Finland

Hajime Hashimoto Executive Managing Director WOWOW Japan Wayne Henry Vice President Original Production HBO Holding ZRT Hungary

Aleksander Herresthal Executive Producer/CEO SEEFOOD TV Norway Morten Hesseldahl Executive Director DR Denmark

Peter Iacono Managing Director, International Lionsgate USA Daisy Irani Vice President Mediacorp MediaCorp TV Singapore

Atte Jääskeläinen Director of News, Sport and Current Affairs Yle Finnish Broadcasting Company Finland

Richard Jasek Executive Producer, Neighbours FremantleMedia Australia Australia Rick Kalowski Head of Comedy Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) Australia

John Kastner President J.S. Kastner Productions Canada

Alexey Nikolov Managing Editor RT TV Channel Russia

Mariano Kon VP & General Manager A&E A+E Networks Latin America Argentina

Robert Olsson Programme Director News and Current Affairs SVT Sweden

Oliver Kent Executive Producer, Holby City and Casualty BBC Drama Production United Kingdom

Isaac Lee President of News Univision Networks USA

Victor Khulile Nxumalo Commissioning Editor: Drama South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) South Africa

Hee Yah Ong Head, Content Production Innovation MediaCorp Singapore

Jae-Young Lee Chief Producer KBS South Korea

Alejandro Orive Writer Televisa Mexico

Moonyeenn Lee Casting Agent MLA South Africa

Tony Maddox EVP and Managing Director CNN International USA Anupama Mandloi Managing Director FremantleMedia India India

Adriana Mariño Director of Documentaries Fox Telecolombia Colombia Fernando Meirelles Filmmaker O2 Filmes Brazil

Joshua Mintz EVP Scripted Programming & General Manager Telemundo Studios USA Reiner Moritz Managing Director Poorhouse International United Kingdom

Clive Morris CEO Clive Morris Productions South Africa

Margaret Murphy Executive Producer Special Broadcasting Service (SBS) Australia Takashi Nakamoto Supervising Director Fuji Television Network Japan

Yoko Narahashi President United Performers’ Studio USA

Lian Pek Chief Editor Channel News Asia, MediaCorp Singapore Vladimir Pozner TV Host/Journalist/Writer Russia Surang Prempree President & CEO Chandra 25 Thailand

Marlon Quintero Managing Director CIC Media USA

Tal Rabinowitz Executive Vice President, Comedy Development NBC USA

Mahendra Raghunath Bulletin Editor, TV News Anchor South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) South Africa Hanani Rapoport CEO Jerusalem Capital Studios Israel Guido Reinhardt Chief Creative Officer UFA Serial Drama Germany Alejandro Repenning News Director CNN Chile Chile

Daniel Reszka VP Programming and Content Viacom International Media Networks The Netherlands

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Ann Robinson Casting Director + CEO Mullinars Casting Consultants P/L Australia Carlo Rola Director Germany

Liliana Ross Actress/Director Libre Limitada Chile

Jaco Van Dormael Film Director Belgium Robert Walden Actor USA

Petter Wallace Head of Commissioning NRK Norwegian Broadcasting Norway

Radhika Roy Executive Co-Chairperson New Delhi Television India

Michelle Wasserman SVP of International Business and Content Development, Latin America Endemol Argentina

Alberto Santini Lara General Director Azteca 13 Azteca Mexico

Regina Ziegler Film Producer Ziegler Film Germany

Marcos Santana President Telemundo Internacional USA

Jon Sechrist VP Production & Development Discovery Networks International Discovery Communications USA

Christian Wikander Head of Drama Swedish Television (SVT) Sweden

Stephen Segaller Vice President, Programming WNET USA

Bo Ji Sheng Deputy Chief Editor Hunan Broadcasting & TV Station People’s Republic of China Lek Hwa Tan VP, English Current Affairs Mediacorp Singapore Alison Telford Casting Director ABC TV Australia

Victor Tevah Director Nuevos Proyectos y Relaciones Institucionales Pol-ka Producciones Argentina Donald Thoms Vice President, Programming PBS USA Peter Tinoco President & CEO Venevision Productions & Venevision Studios USA

Helena Torres Head of Drama & Documentary RTP Portugal Anca-Sorina Truta Head of Distribution Central Media Enterprise Romania

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LIST OF ADVERTISERS

Almanac Advertisers Index 20th Century Fox Television Distribution A+E Television Networks International Aetios Distribution Inc.

Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Al Arabiya News Channel

Al Jazeera Media Network

AMC/Sundance Channel Global Asia TV Forum

Bangkok Broadcasting & TV Co. LTD Bertelsmann SE & Co. KGaA Brightcove

Canal Futura

CBS Studios International

103 62

Inside Back Cover 127 115 105 82

119 117 91

106-107 75 78

Chandra 25 Co. Ltd

100

Chello Latin America

40

Channels Television Company 3

Corus Entertainment Deluxe

Discovery Communications Dori Media Group Encore ESPN

96

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NBCUniversal International TV Distribution NHK Japan Broadcasting Corporation NRW

Peabody Awards Phoenix TV

QuebeComm Television Reed MIDEM RTL Group

Russian Television & Radio S.A.E.T.A. Canal 10

141 71 48 65

112 57

76-77

137

Back Cover

99

88

Semba Comunicao

94-95

Shaw Rocket Fund

22

31

89 73

111 143 61

Hasbro Studios

28

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NATPE

43

SVT/DRTV

59

109

Hearst/Cosmopolitan TV

Microsoft

81

147

Global Screen

HBO

Lionsgate

Sofitel NY

134

Globo TV Network

86

88

75

125

FFP New Media GmbH

Fujisankei Communications Int’l

The Lippin Group

Ihlas Yaym Holding

Seven Network Australia

152

Frankfurt Kurnit

84

85

Ernst & Young

European Television Guild

Hubbard Broadcasting Inc./Reelz

51 53 39

SPE Networks Asia Pte. Ltd. Tandem Communications Tele Munchen

Turner Broadcasting

110

93 48 68 54

TVFI

129

Variety

139

WDR

34

TV Kids Warner Bros. International Television World Screen

WOWOW Inc.

27 67

122 87

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Administration The International Academy of Television Arts & Sciences

Ken Feisel Almanac Cover Design

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PSG Wire Photography

Tracy Oliver General Manager Aurélie Dauphin-Fletcher Events Director Shakima Jones Bookkeeper

Emmy Judging Nathaniel Brendel Emmy Judging Director Jessica Franco Emmy Judging Manager

Membership Max Newman Membership & Office Coordinator

The International Emmy Almanac Publisher Editorial Directors & Associate Publisher Eva Obadia Gerry Brahney Zoë Dyck World Screen Ricardo Guise Anna Carugati

Adam Solomon Judging Department Assistant

Mansha Daswani

Communications

Kristin Brzoznowski

Eva Obadia Senior Director, Communications & Partnerships Zoë Dyck Marketing, Web & Design Manager Gerry Brahney Advertising Director

Gala Chip Quigley Co-Executive Producer, Kingdom Entertainment Mark Friedman Producer Carole Propp Talent Producer Melissa Hess Clip Producer Ernst & Young LLP Ballot tabulations 25 West 52nd Street, 14th Floor New York, NY 10019, USA Tel: +1-212-489-6969 Fax: +1-212-489-6557 www.iemmys.tv iemmys@iemmys.tv

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