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A New Nollywood: A Close Second To Bollywood, Larger Than Hollywood

Emily Witt’s concise overview of Nigeria’s film industry, titled (...)

FIFA’s World Cup Short on Sponsorships Because of FIFA’s Negative Image

The football (soccer) world has more problems with Russia (...)

Canada’s TV Acquisitions Outside the U.S. Studios

In Canada, where the thirst for content is truly (...)

Critics’ Views Of The Critics’ TV Press Tours

February 14th, 2018|0 Comments

More than 200 U.S. television critics came together in Pasadena, California for The Television Critics Press Tour, the Television Critics Association’s (TCA) semi-annual January conference, which featured two weeks of non-stop panels, industry parties, and production set visits. All the (...)

L.A. Screenings Indies Becomes a Reality

February 5th, 2018|0 Comments

NATPE has announced a partnership with L.A. Screenings Independents 2018 to leverage its reach and add value to the growing annual event.  Initially promoted by VideoAge’s Dom Serafini (pictured above at the original presentation) as early as 2008, and later spearheaded by Isabella (...)

Jacob (Jay) H. Switzer 1956-2018

January 30th, 2018|0 Comments

Jay Switzer's last and biggest project for VideoAge appeared in the October Issue of the publication, and was titled: "The Complex World of Canada's TV Upfront." Few executives knew the Canadian TV industry better than Jay, who died on January (...)

January 2018

Court TV is good at using common sense for its rulings, but to really apply common sense, a Ministry of Common Sense should be established at government levels. (…)

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Pedro Simoncini: A Broadcasting Pioneer Who Loved Distributing Educational TV Program

Pedro Simoncini has been involved with Canal 11 in Buenos (...)

The Brian McGrath Story Entwined With Viacom, Coca-Cola, Sports and Universal

James Brian McGrath (known as Brian to most) entered the (...)

Claude S. Perrier: The French Anchor to Jules Stein and Lew Wasserman’s MCA

“I’m old, you know,” said 87-year-old Claude Salle Perrier when (...)