En 1986, la escena de la televisión latinoamericana comenzaba a surgir como una fuerza en el mercado de exportación (tanto que VideoAge lanzó una versión en español, VideoEra). En su (…)
To paraphrase Dante’s Divine Comedy, “in the midway” of his career in the television content distribution business, Richard Christopher Milnes found himself in a “gloomy wood” of intrigue and secrecy. (…)
In addition to serving food, restaurants also serve to measure the stature of entertainment executives. Restaurateurs are the first to recognize the execs’ positions and the first to acknowledge their power. Restaurant tables are the dining equivalent of corner offices with views of the park.
On weekends, French TV network TF1 broadcasts a series of documentaries called La France Inconnue (or The Unknown France), about the Dom-Tom territories, which stands for Départements et Territoires d’Outre-Mer, (…)
“I loved that job.” That’s what Amy Pascal told The New York Times in June 2017 about her stint as chairman of Sony’s Motion Pictures Group. “I loved it so (…)
During interviews, market organizers — whether for MIP-TV, the AFM, the ATF, or NATPE — always seem to want to talk about their respective conference’s line-up of top-level executives. VideoAge, (…)
The Timeless Drama Channel (TDC) is a new venture from multinational group SPI International, which is headquartered in New York City, and operates a total of 16 offices around the (…)