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Formats are concepts for communicating stage-managed entertainment such as TV shows or TV games with non-fictional action content. Concepts of this Type contain the characteristic features such as title, logo, basic idea of the show, Episode length, sequence, moderation or distinctive features and melodies that make the individual episodes recognisable to the general public as part of a series.
Source: von Hartlieb/Schwarz, § 39, p. 131 ff.
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Formats are concepts for communicating stage-managed entertainment such as TV shows or TV games with non-fictional action content. Concepts of this Type contain the characteristic features such as title, logo, basic idea of the show, Episode length, sequence, moderation or distinctive features and melodies that make the individual episodes recognisable to the general public as part of a series.
Source: von Hartlieb/Schwarz, § 39, p. 131 ff.