One of the cover stories in last month’s Issue of VideoAge covered MENA territories — the bread and butter of the upcoming DISCOP Africa event in Johannesburg, South Africa, which (…)
“Frenemy” is an American word originally minted in 1953, but which only recently entered the common vernacular, and indicates persons (or companies) that are friends and enemies at the same (…)
Fracking, the technique to ex-tract oil and gas from rocks, has made the U.S. the world’s largest producer of natural gas, as well as an oil powerhouse that, according to (…)
In his latest book about advertising, Frenemies, American media critic Ken Auletta stated that “mass audience is rare.” This could well be the case in the U.S., but it is (…)
To get international producers’ perspectives on the role of publishing in the children’s TV business, VideoAge contacted animation companies in Canada, Germany, and Italy.
VideoAge spoke with Kristin Lecour, vice president, (…)
Rosario Ponzio epitomizes the golden era of Italian television — the period between 1979 and 1989 when Silvio Berlusconi’s private TV channels dominated the Italian and international markets and when (…)