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October 2016

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October 2016

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October 2016

MIPCOM is great because average people like me can mingle with great talents, and the fact that we’re able to recognize this, makes me and people like me somewhat “great.”

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Sandy Frank Never Pitched Someone Who Couldn’t Give Him An Order

“He was a showman at the highest level and the sales experience may have been more dramatic than the programs we purchased.” This quote from veteran TV executive Bill Baker (…)

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E & O Insurance: If Unnecessary, It’s Highly Demanded

To sell content, especially to the U.S. and Canada, producers need Errors and Omissions (E&O) insurance to protect buyers if anyone claims any infringement. The insurance covers every aspect of (…)

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London Calling on Marketing Teams For Planning A, B & C

Of the 156 U.K.-based companies exhibiting at MIPCOM, 122 are from London and, except for brief pauses for Brexit, they have been busy preparing for MIPCOM since June. The bulk (…)

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New CEO Calls In a U.S. Team For a “Bigger” RAI

Antonio Campo Dall’Orto (pictured above), the new CEO and director general of RAI, Italy’s state broadcaster, has a problem: He’s not a politician, but a television industry expert. And in (…)

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