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New from the March Digital Edition: MIPTV’s ROI Isn’t Obvious, But It’s Definitely There

The advantages aren’t obvious at first, and the realization (...)

Ratings in Canada Don’t Give “Numeris” to Ethnic Channels

Canadian television is currently tackling two major issues: Multilingual (...)

NATPE at a Crossroads of Big Changes

During a quick trip to Miami to gather info (...)

Venezuela’s Red Flags

March 19th, 2019|0 Comments

From Miami, Florida. The entire LATAM and North American TV sector is monitoring the drama currently unfolding in Venezuela with some trepidation. Once a fertile ground for successful programming, Venezuela’s social and political conditions are getting worse every day. We (...)

The L.A. Screenings Web Page Has Been Updated

March 12th, 2019|0 Comments

The latest information about the L.A. Screenings 2019 is now posted on VideoAge's official L.A. Screenings page at: The updated page covers: 2019-2020 U.S. Broadcast Network Announcements 2019 Latin Screenings 2019 General Screenings 2019 Parties & Events. It also (...)

VideoAge’s Spring Trade Shows Issue

March 5th, 2019|0 Comments

The March Issue of VideoAge is now online. This is the publication's traditional mid-winter, digital-only Issue — the one issue of the year that is only available online at It is sent via e-mail to 18,500+ readers worldwide. (Our (...)

January 2019

In addition to serving food, restaurants also serve to measure the stature of entertainment executives. Restaurateurs are the first to recognize the execs’ positions and the first to acknowledge their power. Restaurant tables are the dining equivalent of corner offices with views of the park. (…)

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Richard Milnes’ Story Is Full of Intrigue, Name Changes, and California Dreamin’

To paraphrase Dante’s Divine Comedy, “in the midway” of his (...)

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 (...)