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Turkish TV Exports Set to Top $1 Billion by 2023

Turkey’s drama industry is seeing an unprecedented popularity in the international market and its exports are multiplying. From modest TV exports totalling $100,000 in 2008, the industry crossed the $500-million mark in 2020, making Turkey the world’s second-largest exporter of TV content. Only the US has more TV exports than Turkey. With 25 percent share of all the imported shows around the world, Turkish production companies are expecting to top $1 billion in global sales by 2023. Guests: Ahmet Ziyalar President of Inter Medya Miriam Berg Assistant Professor at Northwestern University

Picture This: Brussels Attacks Anniversary

Picture This: Brussels Attacks Anniversary

The Newsmakers: America's Anti-Terror Strategy

The Newsmakers: America's Anti-Terror Strategy

The Newsmakers: America's Anti-Terror Strategy and Australia Redefining Racism

The Newsmakers: America's Anti-Terror Strategy and Australia Redefining Racism

Showcase: 'I Am Not Madame Bovary'

Showcase: 'I Am Not Madame Bovary'

Iraq Election: Sadr Gains Strength but No Clear Winner

Iraq Election: Sadr Gains Strength but No Clear Winner

Rodrigo Duterte quits. Who’s next Philippine President?  Manny Pacquiao?

Rodrigo Duterte quits. Who’s next Philippine President? Manny Pacquiao?

Across The Balkans: Vukovar, Croatia's Ethnic Tensions | Are the Sharr Mountains Perishing?

Across The Balkans: Vukovar, Croatia's Ethnic Tensions | Are the Sharr Mountains Perishing?

Afghan Refugees in Limbo | Inside America with Ghida Fakhry

Afghan Refugees in Limbo | Inside America with Ghida Fakhry

Africa Matters: Kenya-Somalia Sea Border Dispute

Africa Matters: Kenya-Somalia Sea Border Dispute

Why do two groups claim to be the Taliban?

Why do two groups claim to be the Taliban?

EUROPE ENERGY: Facing a bleak winter?

EUROPE ENERGY: Facing a bleak winter?

Turkey and Russia Consider Increasing Nuclear Co-operation

Turkey and Russia Consider Increasing Nuclear Co-operation

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