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Market In Focus: What’s In Store For NEM Dubrovnik’s Tenth Edition

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Heading into its tenth edition next month, NEM Dubrovnik 2023 looks set to be its biggest event yet. Taking place from June 5-8 at the Dubrovnik Palace Hotel, the annual TV market will feature 11 keynote speakers as part of the program this year.

They include: All3Media International CEO Louise Pedersen; SkyShowtime CEO Monty Sarhan; Sony Pictures Television’s EVP of Distribution and Networks EMEA Mark Young; and United Group CEO Victoriya Boklag.

Further keynote speakers are: Warner Bros. Discovery’s Jamie Cooke; Cosmote TV exec director Dimitris Michalakis; Viaplay Group’s Vanda Rapti; Big Light Productions CEO Frank Spotnitz; CME CEO Dušan Švalek; Movistar Plus+’s Maria Valenzuela; and Beta Film MD Moritz von Kruedener.

Execs from Lionsgate, Mediawan Rights and BBC Studios are also set to be in attendance. The opening session will be a tribute to 10 years of the NEM brand, where Sanja Božić-Ljubičić, founder and CEO, will moderate a panel with execs who have attended each market across the last decade. “It’s going to be a really fun panel where we reminisce the last decade,” she tells Deadline.

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