TV Culture in EU Continues to be Domestic in Nature

by Kathy Jones on  September 27, 2012 at 9:05 PM Lifestyle News
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A European Union executive revealed that people continue to watch domestic TV programs in spite of an increased number of EU-made productions.
 TV Culture in EU Continues to be Domestic in Nature
TV Culture in EU Continues to be Domestic in Nature

In an annual report, the EU executive said most of the bloc's 27 states were complying with rules to offer at least 50 percent EU-made production, with almost 65 percent of shows of EU origin, according to statistics for 2009-2010.

Exceptions were Britain, Ireland and Slovenia, the European Commission said.

"However the majority of these European works are domestic works," it said in a statement, with only 8.1 percent of programmes on average made across a country's border.

Source: AFP

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