The ninth annual Series Mania is now taking place in Lille, France. Last year, the event moved from Paris, where its organizing company is based, to Lille, a city in (…)
From Miami, Florida. The entire LATAM and North American TV sector is monitoring the drama currently unfolding in Venezuela with some trepidation.
Once a fertile ground for successful programming, Venezuela’s social (…)
The latest information about the L.A. Screenings 2019 is now posted on VideoAge‘s official L.A. Screenings page at: http://www.videoageinternational.net/l-a-screenings-2019/
The updated page covers:
2019-2020 U.S. Broadcast Network Announcements
2019 Latin Screenings
2019 General (…)
This MIP-TV marks the 40th consecutive annual participation at the Cannes TV market for VideoAge‘s editor-in-chief, Dom Serafini.
His very first MIP-TV was in 1979, when he attended as International Editor (…)
Since the very beginning of television broadcasting in the 1950s, the three main U.S. TV networks (ABC, NBC, and CBS) have sponsored press tours. At these lavish junkets (which brought (…)
By Erica Buxton*
The digital age represents a new era for “edutainment” (defined as a blend of education and entertainment). What was once a passive form of content where, for example, children (…)
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 (…)