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L.A. Screenings Review: Same Drill With New Twists. The Enthusiasm is Unchanged

The L.A. Screenings 2018 in facts and figures: This 55th edition saw 84 companies exhibiting at the InterContinental hotel located in the Century City area of Los Angeles, and was (…)

By |June 8th, 2018|Categories: Cover Stories|Tags: |0 Comments

Rocco Siffredi: The Good ‘Ol Days of Porn’s Golden Era

Before porn became boring, there were adult film directors who made the genre look good, if not acceptable. They were mostly Italians, like Giovanni “Tinto” Brass (Caligula), Aristide Massaccesi (aka (…)

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Finding Waldo In Central and Eastern Europe Is A Puzzle

The goal is to find out how many TV channels from CEE countries could be distributed in the U.S., where foreign-born citizens now represent 13 percent of the population, or (…)

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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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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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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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New From the March Digital Edition: Let’s Talk MIP-TV Business With Market Director Laurine Garaude

MIP-TV is traditionally a whirlwind of activities. And this year promises to be even more hectic due to the addition of the new CanneSeries. But the market is (…)

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