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German TV landscape.

ITTC (Kirch Group) 919 Third Ave. NYC NY 10022 Tel 212-838-2477 and PO Box 367 1 Main St. South Egremont, MA 01258 Tel 413-528-9010 Fax 413-528-9495 Klaus Hallig

Capella International 9142 Beverly Blvd. Suite 280 Beverly Hills, CA 90210 Tel 310-247-4700 Fax 310-247-4701 Bodo Scriba Eva Herzog

ZDF 450 Park Ave. NYC NY 10022 Tel 212-759-9430 Horst Muller

Cine Vox 9000 Sunset Blvd. Suite 1010 Los Angeles, CA 90069 Tel 310-273-1460 Fax 310-273-9420 Sigrid Ann Davidson

Bertelsmann 1133 Avenue of the Americas NYC NY 10036 Tel 212-930-4000 Trish Heimer

Connexion American Media 9242 Beverly Blvd. # 280 Beverlyhills,CA 90210 Tel 310-247-4747 Fax 310-247-4748 Barbara Huber

ARD 251 West 57 Street # 2420 NYC NY 10019 Tel 212-307-0242 Fax 212-262-5089 Sven Kunze

Export Film Union 7164 Macapa Drive Hollywood, CA 90060 Tel 213-876-9422 Fax 213-851-9867 Frances Schoenberger

RTL Plus 524 West 57 Street Suite 6560 NYC NY 10019 Tel 212-975-7441 Fax 212-975-7448


Paris Eurosport
Strasbourg ARTE
Vienna ORF-1 ORF-2 Blue Danube
Zurich SSR/SRG (*) Teleclub
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Publication:Video Age International
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Date:Aug 1, 1992
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