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Target brings 500 hours to MIPCOM

International production and rights management company Target Entertainment Group will be bringing 500 hours of new programming to this year's MIPCOM. Target is bringing three new formats to MIPCOM including Restaurant in Our Living Room which tackles 'competitive dining' by pitting two couples against each other to see who can create the best dining experience in their own homes, and Anonymous which gets celebs to disguise themselves and play tricks on their family, friends and fans. Target will also be bringing programs such as LIVING's Meet the Hasselhoffs which follows David Hasselhoff and his two daughters as they summer in the UK; Antiques Road Trip, which sees eight pairs of Britain's antique experts travel across the UK as they compete to make the most cash buying and selling antiques, and Street Court, which takes the courtroom genre to another level by bringing Judge Mazz (aka Michael Mazzariello) to the scene of the crime to get a better understanding of the cases he's trying. For more information on Target's slate see the release.
September 22, 2009

International production and rights management company Target Entertainment Group will be bringing 500 hours of new programming to this year’s MIPCOM. Target is bringing three new formats to MIPCOM including Restaurant in Our Living Room which tackles ‘competitive dining’ by pitting two couples against each other to see who can create the best dining experience in their own homes, and Anonymous which gets celebs to disguise themselves and play tricks on their family, friends and fans. Target will also be bringing programs such as LIVING’s Meet the Hasselhoffs which follows David Hasselhoff and his two daughters as they summer in the UK; Antiques Road Trip, which sees eight pairs of Britain’s antique experts travel across the UK as they compete to make the most cash buying and selling antiques, and Street Court, which takes the courtroom genre to another level by bringing Judge Mazz (aka Michael Mazzariello) to the scene of the crime to get a better understanding of the cases he’s trying. For more information on Target’s slate see the release.

About The Author
Meagan Kashty is an associate editor of realscreen, an international print and online magazine that covers the non-fiction film and television industries. Meagan is an award-winning business journalist. Prior to joining the realscreen team, Meagan was online editor of Canadian Grocer, named Magazine of the Year at the 2015 Canadian Business Media Awards. She can be reached at mkashty@brunico.com, and you can follow her on Twitter @MegKashty

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