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August 20, 2019



Kanal D International’s Kerim Emrah Turna

***Eccho Rights***With hits in its catalog such as Endless Love and Ruthless City, Kanal D International has been helping to further spread the success of Turkish dramas in countries around the globe. Its Kanal D Drama channel is continuing these efforts, delivering Turkish dramas in Spanish and also in HD. Done in partnership with THEMA, a Canal+ Group company, Kanal D Drama has been tailored to the U.S. Hispanic market and Latin America. International expansion is on the planner.

***Image***Kerim Emrah Turna, executive director of Kanal D International, sat down with TV Drama Weekly’s Elizabeth Bowen-Tombari to discuss how business has been in 2019 so far. He also touches on the impact of Turkey’s economic situation and how Kanal D International is finding new ways to work with its clients in various markets.

Watch the interview here.

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