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Selling TV Rights to 29 E.U. Territories Outside The E.U.

On weekends, French TV network TF1 broadcasts a series (...)

Book Review: Hollywood’s Big Picture Expands Out of Its Frame

“I loved that job.” That’s what Amy Pascal told (...)

NATPE’s CEO Talks About Market Growth

During interviews, market organizers — whether for MIP-TV, the (...)

DISCOP’s Quick Response: ‘We Will Only Hold Two DISCOP Markets In Africa’

December 11th, 2018|0 Comments

Patrick Zuchowicki, DISCOP's CEO, responded to the December 10 edition of VideoAge's Water Cooler to “to highlight a few decisions that were taken recently.” Among the changes, Zuchowicki reported, were the dates for the 2019 edition of DISCOP Johannesburg. Next year’s (...)

Two DISCOPs in Africa Are Too Much

December 10th, 2018|0 Comments

The general consensus about last month's DISCOP Johannesburg was that participation seemed somewhat diluted due to the frequency of its sister markets — suggesting that future market dates will have to be chosen carefully. Ghana-based Michael Gyang of Tumpaani TV (...)

Orlando Corradi, 1940- 2018

December 3rd, 2018|0 Comments

Last month, the entertainment industry lost a major producer and distributor of animated film and TV content, when Orlando Corradi, founder of Rome-based Mondo TV, died following a prolonged illness. During his 55-year career, he produced more than 50 animated (...)

December 2018

CEOs could be visionaries if only Wall Street would let them risk failure. Right now, the Street rewards failure, but not visionaries. Vision is not just recognizing opportunities, though. (…)

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Rosario Ponzio: Beating the Drums in Italy While Beating the Odds in L.A.

Rosario Ponzio epitomizes the golden era of Italian television — (...)

Anthony D. Friscia: The “Ultimate” Studio Warrior

Tony Friscia is the “father” of the “ultimates,” a tool (...)

Alice Donenfeld: Film, TV Cartoon Buyers Were Her Superheroes

Marvel and DC Comics have something in common: superhero Alice (...)