Nonfiction Trends for 2013, 3/3: “Peter’s Picks” for Asia Television Forum, Singapore

Here are my own 5 big trends in nonfiction programming for 2013, as captured by the Daily at last month’s ATF market and conference in Singapore.

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With thanks to Debe Hoo and her team from ReedMidem Asia.

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