Natpe Budapest will be held on June 26-28 and Brunico promises a full-scale return of its slate of events for 2024
Brunico Communications Ltd confirms that it has acquired the assets of the National Association of Television Programming Executives (Natpe), including leading international content markets, conferences and events Natpe Global, Natpe Budapest, Natpe Streaming+, and the Brandon Tartikoff Legacy Awards.
The sale has been approved by the United States Bankruptcy Court and is expected to close before the end of January.
“The international content community has been waiting patiently for the return of Natpe, and we are very excited to welcome back our new clients and delegates. Brunico will be reaching out to all Natpe partners in short order to discuss the transition and our plans for the future,” says Brunico Communications President and CEO Russell Goldstein.
Starting with Natpe Budapest from June 26-28 at the Intercontinental Hotel, Natpe will see a full-scale return of its annual slate of events culminating in early 2024 with Natpe Global. Brunico plans to invest significant resources in building the Natpe brand, in particular Natpe Global, which is the premier US-based content marketplace.
“With a distinguished track record building must-attend content markets like Realscreen Summit and Kidscreen Summit, and then reinvigorating the widely-acclaimed Banff World Media Festival, we could not be more pleased with this outcome. With the Board’s full support, Brunico is ideally positioned to elevate Natpe to new heights,” says Andy Kaplan, Chair of Natpe’s Board of Directors.
Based in Toronto, Canada, Brunico Communications is a world leader in the B2B event space, producing top content markets and conferences including Realscreen Summit, Kidscreen Summit and Banff World Media Festival, in addition to trusted entertainment trade publications such as Realscreen, Kidscreen and Playback.