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Football’s Secret Trade Leverages TV Rights

Football’s Secret Trade: How the Player Transfer Market was (...)

A Greek Tragedy in the Making For Europe’s AV

By Blair Westlake* In 2015, the European Commission (EC) (...)

The Documentary: A Canadian Icon That Strives To Remain Relevant

Canada has a world-class reputation for its contribution to (...)

‘VideoAge’ Can Answer All Your CEE Questions

April 24th, 2018|0 Comments

Do you know which countries comprise the Central European and Eastern (CEE) region? Do you know which CEE TV channels could be successfully distributed in the U.S. and Canada? And what it would take for those channels to become available (...)

Paul Shields: 1943-2018

April 17th, 2018|0 Comments

He was a fixture at all international film and TV markets where he seemed to be on constant march despite walking curved to one side due to a life-long and painful condition known as spondylitis. He was impossible to miss, (...)

MIP-TV Never Fails: It’s the Usual MIP-sh

April 11th, 2018|0 Comments

Heavy, persistent rain in Cannes made everything slow down outside the Palais, and lots of "Relax at MIP" spaces (in lieu of stands) inside the venue compelled participants to decelerate there, as well. These two assessments perfectly illustrate the 54th (...)

April 2018

Could the BBC news culture, which thrives in the U.K.,be transferred to the U.S.? Americans seem to have a better system in place to deal with international requests. (…)

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Alice Donenfeld: Film, TV Cartoon Buyers Were Her Superheroes

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

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 (...)