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L.A. Screenings Review: A Busy Market For Indies

Before the start of the L.A. Screenings 2017, it was begining to feel like like deja vu from the L.A. Screenings 2008, which was affected by the writers’ strike that (…)

By |May 23rd, 2017|Categories: WaterCooler|0 Comments

New U.S. Series Announced — NBC, FOX, ABC and CBS’s New Scripted Shows

It’s broadcast network upfront week. We’re covering all the network announcements, and bringing them to you right away. In our upcoming L.A. Screenings issue, we’ll publish the new series by international (…)

By |May 15th, 2017|Categories: WaterCooler|0 Comments

L.A. Screenings Preview in VideoAge

The indie portion of the L.A. Screenings will get under way in the Century City area of Los Angeles starting on May 16, and at the same time in New (…)

By |May 9th, 2017|Categories: WaterCooler|0 Comments

Cameras In the Courtroom:  Let ‘Em Roll

By Royal F. Oakes*

One of the time-honored excuses for continuing to exclude broadcast cameras from federal courtrooms is the notion that if proceedings are televised, that will change (…)

By |May 2nd, 2017|Categories: WaterCooler|1 Comment

William (Bill) J.  Peck In VideoAge’s Hall of Fame

Reviewing Bill Peck’s 56-year-old career for the June-July Issue of VideoAge, is to not just go over the accomplishments of the first British International TV Distribution Hall of Fame honoree, (…)

By |April 25th, 2017|Categories: WaterCooler|7 Comments

How To Be Listed in VideoAge’s Two L.A. Screenings Editions

With the L.A. Screenings fast approaching fast and VideoAge’s two editions (LATAM and Studio) being prepped for printing, all exhibitors and buyers alike are requested to send in screenings information for (…)

By |April 19th, 2017|Categories: WaterCooler|0 Comments

Banjiro Uemura in the Int’l TV Distribution Hall of Fame

“Banji,” as Banjiro Uemura likes to be informally called, can be described as the entertainment industry’s Japanese cultural ambassador to the world, and the world’s cultural ambassador to Japan.

Now, Uemura’s (…)

By |April 10th, 2017|Categories: WaterCooler|0 Comments

Drama At The New 2018 Cannes TV Series Festival

As reported in the VideoAge Day 2 Daily at MIP-TV, the dates for the first International Cannes Festival of Series were announced for April 9-12, to be held at the Palais (…)

By |April 4th, 2017|Categories: WaterCooler|0 Comments

VideoAge’s MIP-TV Issue: Why It Shouldn’t Be Missed

In preparation for MIP-TV, here’s an overview of what to expect from the April Issue of VideoAge, which, naturally, features a preview of next (…)

By |March 28th, 2017|Categories: WaterCooler|0 Comments

SPORTELAmerica: Sales, Copyrights & Technology Challenges

SPORTELAmerica was back in Miami again, at the JW Marriott hotel for a three-day market and conference event that began on March 14. It featured a market floor and four (…)

By |March 21st, 2017|Categories: WaterCooler|0 Comments