The fact that I have been able to attend 40 MIP-TVs is a reason to be pitied, not celebrated. As member of the “press,” I would probably be more appreciated if I were to head to the laundry room to “press” some shirts rather than poking around asking questions for stories that are going to be published.
The advantages aren’t obvious at first, and the realization could be slow in coming, but MIP-TV organizers are feverishly working to assure the best return on investment (ROI) for exhibitors (…)
Canadian television is currently tackling two major issues: Multilingual broadcasts and the rating system. In the midst of these issues, two old-fashioned media brawls have broken out. At stake, in (…)
During a quick trip to Miami to gather info for a preview of NATPE from the market base, VideoAge heard several assessments of three interlinked trade shows, as well as (…)
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.