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April 2018

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Alice Donenfeld: Film, TV Cartoon Buyers Were Her Superheroes

Marvel and DC Comics have something in common: superhero Alice Donenfeld. She first became familiar with the comics world through her husband, Irwin, who was the son of DC Comics (…)

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Football’s Secret Trade Leverages TV Rights

Football’s Secret Trade: How the Player Transfer Market was Infiltrated (232 pgs., Wiley & Sons, 2017, $27.95) is an exposé of the increasingly complex financial transactions conducted by football (i.e., (…)

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April 2018

Could the BBC news culture, which thrives in the U.K.,be transferred to the U.S.? Americans seem to have a better system in place to deal with international requests.


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A Greek Tragedy in the Making For Europe’s AV

By Blair Westlake*

In 2015, the European Commission (EC) set in motion what film, TV producers, and broadcasters alike consider to be a serious erosion of their right to exploit content (…)

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The Documentary: A Canadian Icon That Strives To Remain Relevant

Canada has a world-class reputation for its contribution to the documentary world, going all the way back to 1926, when the National Film Board of Canada’s first film commissioner, John (…)

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