A bombshell of sorts was dropped at last year’s MIPCOM when Sony Pictures executives told some of their clients (who reported it to VideoAge) that the group planned to skip (…)
VideoAge’s two daily issues at this year’s NATPE Miami portrayed a broad-spectrum picture, exploring the market’s present challenges, future concerns, and the exhibitors who leveraged the most out of the (…)
The 40th annual NATPE TV market got off to a good start yesterday, January 22. Miami Beach continued to serve as a great location for the event — albeit an (…)
When English journalist David Short was contributing to VideoAge Daily at MIP-TV and MIPCOM in the early 2000s, he’d be the first to arrive at the 7:00 a.m. editorial briefings.
The InterContinental Hotel — which houses the indies that exhibit at the L.A. Screenings — has already inked an agreement with NATPE and Events TM (which, once again, will jointly coordinate the (…)
This upcoming NATPE, to be held at the Fontainebleau Hotel in Miami Beach, Florida, as usual, promises to be a fruitful market for both buyers and sellers of TV content. (…)
There are still approximately three weeks to go before the Fontainebleau Hotel in Miami Beach opens its suites, cabanas, and conference halls to more than 220 exhibitors and some 1,000 (…)