MIPCOM 2014: our kids' system from an international helicopter

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László Kriston

Australian children's TV - under pressure here, a jewel to external eyes.

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To an observer from outside, it is obvious that Australia is pushing internationally above its weight in kids' programming. Every year at MIP, there are several dozen new Aussie shows debuting (within the MIPJunior league that encompasses about 1,000 titles).

About the author

László is a film critic and journalist, originally from Budapest, who is very active on the international festival scene.