VideoAge’s first impression of the Moon Palace Resort, which this year housed the fourth edition of MIP Cancun, was that it was overwhelmingly large. The complex has three huge properties, (…)
Volume II of International TV Distribution Hall of Fame honorees will be out in print in December 2017, and will be ready for distribution at NATPE Miami in January.
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“Why can’t the AFM be like other markets, and last four days instead of eight?” asked Toronto-based Breakthrough’s Nat Abraham. “We would have a more efficient market full of meetings (…)
For its NATPE Miami Issue, VideoAge traveled to the South Cone to visit one of Latin America’s — and possibly, one of the world’s — most beloved TV pioneers, Pedro (…)
MIPCOM accomplished! According to official statistics provided by market organizers Reed MIDEM, MIP-week opened with 1,600 delegates and 660 buyers in attendance at MIPJunior on Saturday, October 14.
The Junior event (…)
It’s only MIPCOM’s third day, but VideoAge is already making plans for a combined Issue that’ll delve deep into both DISCOP Africa and MIP Cancun. Because, while they might seem (…)
The October (MIPCOM) Issue of VideoAge is big, but it can still be comfortably held by hand and carried around Cannes.
Articles that readers won’t want to miss include: “The Complex (…)
One aspect of show business that has little historical reference is the actual business of selling and buying film and TV shows. This element epitomized by trade shows is actually (…)
The 27th year of the Jornadas’ exhibition in Argentina was advertised as a three-day event: September 19, 20 and 21, (…)