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BUSAN, South Korea -- The world broadcast product business festival Busan Contents Market started its three day run yesterday. 

Six-hundred companies from fifty-four countries took part including the terrestrial broadcasting stations such as SBS and KNN. Disney also made its debut at the festival. 

Last year's festival made sixty billion won. This year, there are high expectations for contents trading including consultancy between investors and production companies. 

Busan Contents Market is now in its seventh year and is emerging as the largest broadcasting products business festival in Asia.

Source: Busan eFM News

Photo: Busan Contents Market

Busan Contents Market Gets Underway


BUSAN, South Korea — The world broadcast product business festival Busan Contents Market started its three day run yesterday. 

Six-hundred companies from fifty-four countries took part including the terrestrial broadcasting stations such as SBS and KNN. Disney also made its debut at the festival. 

Last year’s festival made sixty billion won. This year, there are high expectations for contents trading including consultancy between investors and production companies. 

Busan Contents Market is now in its seventh year and is emerging as the largest broadcasting products business festival in Asia.

Source: Busan eFM News

Photo: Busan Contents Market


 

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