The line-up of Russian animation and factual entertainment projects produced by "Digital Television Russia" were presented within the framework of NATPE Budapest 2017

Signal Media, the exclusive distributor of Digital Television Russia content, presented Russian animations and factual entertainment programs at one of the largest Eastern European content markets - NATPE Budapest 2017.

The event took place from the 19th to the 22nd of June in Budapest. This is the second content summit under the auspices of NATPE. And this year, thanks to the updated format and quality audience (more than 700 buyers of content from around the world), the summit has become the largest industry event in Eastern Europe.

Within the framework of the summit "Signal Media" presented animated projects of “Digital Television Russia own production” - a line of animated series already well-known among  Russian audience: "Be-be-bears", "Fantasy Patrol", "Paper Tales", "Leo and Tig", " Magic Lantern ", as well as new projects: " Heroes of Envell "," Four in a Cube "," FAST ".

It is worth noting that three animated series  - "Be-be-bears", "Paper Tales" and "Magic Lantern" are already available to Hungarian viewers in the network of the largest national media holding in Hungary - MTVA. In February, the company purchased more than 250 episodes of the cartoons produced by "Digital Television Russia" for broadcasting on its media resources: children's and family channel “M2” and the online cinema “”, which has a separate section of films and programs for children.

In addition to the children's content, "Signal Media" also presented factual entertainment programs at the event - more than 2500 hours of Digital Television Russia own production: the first space reality show "Astronaut Daries", a mix of a documentary film with food-and-cooking show elements "Planet of Tastes" with Anton Zaitsev, the dance journeys of Alexander Pukhov within the "Dancing Planet" project and more than 60 factual entertainment line-ups, which are already available in seven main languages: English, Spanish, Portuguese, French, Arabic, Chinese and Hindi.