July 2001
Daily Variety;7/17/2001, Vol. 272 Issue 31, p8
Trade Publication
Reports developments in television broadcasting in Germany. Warning of broadcaster RTL to producer Endemol; Demand of media watchdogs for a crackdown on illegal compact disc copying from Internet music downloads.


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