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The Ups & Downs Of The LATAM Export TV Market

In 1986, the Latin American TV scene was starting to emerge as a force in the export market (so much so that VideoAge launched a Spanish-language version, VideoEra). At the (…)

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The Digital Sink or Swim World of Fox’s Gina Brogi

If the financial world venerates family scions, Hollywood reveres family pedigrees, and Gina Brogi has one, having grown up on various studio lots (with a mom who worked at Paramount (…)

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Conspiracy in the Age of Homemade Sex Videos on The Internet is Not What It Used To Be

Ryan Holiday’s Conspiracy (Portfolio-Penguin 2018, 319 pages, $28) is a story of revenge. The premise, while true, is outlandish: It is the tale of the furor unleashed in October of (…)

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Anthony D. Friscia: The “Ultimate” Studio Warrior

Tony Friscia is the “father” of the “ultimates,” a tool to guide content sales for the U.S. studios. His contribution was making the distribution business into… a business. Throughout his (…)

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May 2018

Today, the corporate world tends to forget history in order to free itself from restrictions resulting from past experiences. A direct consequence, however, is that when a new crop of executives enters the workplace, they have no historical references at all.


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