Those who attend NATPE Budapest on June 27, 2016 will be first to see the printed version of the June/July Issue of VideoAge. A text, audio and PDF version will also be online by the market’s end and, thereafter, it will be mailed to subscribers.

This particular issue analyzes the inflight entertainment (IFE) business, an aspect of the industry neglected by other trade publications. Content owners and program distributors not too familiar with this area will be surprised of the complexity of the IFE business and of the large revenues it generates.

Not to be missed is also a review of new media laws changing the TV landscapes of Hungary and Poland.

On the front cover, readers will find a preview of NATPE Budapest and the innovations that NATPE’s new COO, JP Bommel, is putting in place.

Inside the issue there are reports on the just-concluded L.A. Screenings, and  review of a scandalous book about James Dean.

The International TV Distributor Hall of Fame honoree is Colin Davis, and a feature chronicles his accomplishments, virtues and vices.

This month’s My2¢ editorial is about how TV executives dress. But much more can be found; including previews of the upcoming Jornadas market in Buenos Aires and Prix Italia on the tiny island of Lampedusa.

Plus, there is “Famous Quotes,” digital ads that tend to be skipped, and an updated calendar of events with some revealing information about air traveling.