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NATPE Miami To Tackle a Rapidly Changing World

The theme of this upcoming NATPE Miami market, the (...)

How TV Giants Are Made: David Letterman’s Fall and Rise to Late Night

Among the recent class of late-night TV talk show (...)

Singapore: ASEAN Media Hub Stages Four Events Around ATF

This year, the 10 countries of the ASEAN community (...)

NATPE Prep in Miami is Rushed Before (Xmas) Time

December 14th, 2017|0 Comments

Now that the Art Basel show has ended, Miami is getting ready for the NATPE show. Art Basel, which included a film section, was held December 5-9 in 10 locations in Miami and Miami Beach, just before a cold spell (...)

Mexico and Turkey To Shine at NATPE Miami

December 8th, 2017|0 Comments

Mexico and Turkey will be the dual focus of VideoAge’s Daily at NATPE Miami. In Mexico, VideoAge will analyze the new TV Azteca, which is now under the direction of television broadcast veteran Alberto Ciurana. Ciurana (pictured above) is now (...)

GRB Sells ‘Wicked Attractions’ In Europe

December 5th, 2017|0 Comments

GRB Entertainment secured a number of sales for its crime series to broadcasters across Europe and in the Caribbean. Wicked Attraction, which looks into the minds of murderers, was picked up by WP1 for Poland, Sixx for Germany, Kanal 2 for Estonia, (...)

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What’s this obsession with getting attendance figures after markets? It’s the business of buying and selling content that really counts — not the fact that 13,900 people were there, instead of the necessary 8,000. Because, as the saying goes, two is company; three’s a crowd. (…)

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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 (...)

Bill Peck: A Serious Executive Who Inadvertently Brought Fun To TV Sales

This writer’s first real encounter with William (Bill) John Peck (...)