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Australian content on television

Lowest and highest prices paid for FFC-supported mini-series for adults in various territories, 1998–2002

Note: Data for 2003–2007 has been combined with telemovies; see Archive: FFC TV drama sales, 2003–2007.


2001–2002: Sales reported January 2001 to June 2002

Main territory1 No. titles No. buyers Prices paid (US$) per hour
Lowest Highest
Canada – English-speaking 7 6 950 56,000
Cyprus 2 1 300 500
Denmark 2 2 6,250 8,250
Finland 3 2 3,150 10,000
Former Yugoslavia 2 3 450 1,100
Iceland 2 2 900 1,000
Indonesia 3 2 450 1,000
Ireland 2 2 2,800 3,350
Israel 4 2 500 8,350
Italy & Italian-speaking Europe 2 1 50,000 103,000
Latin America 6 15 250 15,350
Middle East2 2 2 1,200 6,050
Netherlands 2 1 9,600 10,700
New Zealand 5 2 2,300 16,000
Poland 2 1 2,650 3,000
Portugal 3 1 4,700 5,600
Spain3 5 4 500 133,350
Sweden 2 1 12,850 21,300
UK 3 2 11,550 125,000
US 2 1 16,500 25,000

Source: Film Finance Corporation Australia (FFC).

Notes:
1. See About the FFC sales data.
2. Most sales to a single country within the territory.
3. Includes sales to regional broadcasters

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1998–2000: Sales reported January 1998 to December 2000

Main territory1 No. titles No. buyers Prices paid (US$) per hour
Lowest Highest
Africa 4 3 2,000 11,000
Canada 5 3 900 3,500
China 5 3 625 2,700
Czech Republic 3 2 900 2,700
France & French-speaking Europe 3 4 750 12,850
Japan 2 2 10,000 100,000
Middle East2 14 7 300 2,350
Poland 5 4 1,050 4,900
Scandinavia3 4 7 1,000 10,000
South Africa 3 3 6,000 10,000
South America4 7 6 250 10,000
Slovenia 4 2 750 1,350
Spain 2 3 6,150 26,700
Taiwan 3 2 1,000 1,250
Turkey 4 4 500 2,200
UK 6 5 1,600 13,000

Source: Film Finance Corporation Australia (FFC).

Notes:
1. See About the FFC sales data.
2. Most sales to a single country within the territory.
3. All sales to a single country within the territory.
4. Most sales to a single country within the territory; does not include Brazil.

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