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Malta is building on the wave of western films shot in the island nation in recent years to attract productions from farther afield.
Two international TV productions are currently in Malta for filming: the popular, long-running TV series Rex and the US mini-series Moby Dick.
A miniseries based on the classic Moby Dick is due to begin filming in Malta within the month.
Malta TV channel Net TV saw audience share drop by nearly half in the second quarter of of 2009.
Watermelon Media of Malta is piloting a new concept for the international game show Divided.
The Isle of MTV, one of Malta's biggest platforms on the international stage, expects to attract 50,000 people to the event underway through July 8.
A low budget daily programme on Malta's Public Broadcasting Station (PBS) received 68% of the station's Public Service Obligation (PSO) funding through September 2008.
The Malta Communication Authority 2008 report shows that the country's pay-TV market reached 89% of the population, compared to 84% in 2007.
Malta's Mediterranean Film Studios (www.mfsstudios.com) suffered damage to equipment when an planned explosion during the filming of Clouds Above the Slope got out of control.
Agora is credited with pumping €17.5 million into Malta's economy, as the first film to be shot in its entirety on the Mediterranean island nation.
Technological development in the telecoms market in Malta is keeping pace with new developments, according to the 2008 Europe Telecoms Mobile and Broadband in Italy and Malta report.
Malta's new film fund has chosen four projects to receive 223,000 Euros in support.
The release of the fourth quarter Malta Broadcasting Authority's report shows station TVM increasing its lead to 35% of viewers.
Malta's digital TV provider Melita is adding two new sports and nature themed channels to its package.
Melita, a Malta telecom company, became the first firm to integrate mobile broadband with its cable TV network.
German comedy Vicky the Viking has completed filming in Malta.
Kevin Aquilina he CEO of the Malta Broadcasting Authority, the government agency which oversees TV and radio broadcasting, will resign at the end of 2008.
Malta telecom firm GO announced it has signed exclusive three year rights to broadcast Formula One.
A European Commission report indicates that Malta is not moving quickly enough with broadband and internet access.
Telecom, broadband and cable TV company GO will forfeit €11.8 million in closing a case that dates back 33 years.

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