Germany’s Reiner Moritz is VideoAge’s MIP-TV Issue International TV Distribution Hall of Fame honoree. Reiner is world-renowned for his arts programs that he now sells under the London-based Poorhouse International. His professional TV career spans 55 years and it’s still going strong. Reiner will be the eighth TV executive to receive such an honor. The previous issues of VideoAge have honored such pioneers as Alan Silverbach (U.S.), Marcel Vinay Sr. (Mexico), Max Gusberti (Italy), Bruce Gordon (Australia), Herb Lazarus (U.S.), Pedro Leda (Argentina) and Cuban-born Armando Nuñez Sr. The International TV Distribution Hall of Fame was created by VideoAge to recognize and honor the contributions of pioneer in the international TV distribution business from all over the world who with their creativity, resourcefulness and professionalism created an industry responsible for the development of television as we know it today.