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L.A. Screenings Are Back:
Studios, Indies, Buyers

So far, over 45 exhibiting companies — some with (...)

Book Review: Time-Traveling
Across Marvel Comics

Pop culture author Douglas Wolk offers a deep dive (...)

Play-by-Play of the First In-Person
Post-Pandemic MIPTV Market

MIPTV 2022 kicked off on Monday, April 4 under (...)

Sabbatical Ent.’s Production Slate, New Partnership

May 16th, 2022|0 Comments

This year marks the fifth anniversary of the founding of Miami, Florida-based Sabbatical Entertainment, a producer of tailor-made content, with the range and capacity, both in production and distribution, to make any multimedia project a reality. Miguel Somoza’s launch of (...)

What to Watch on Streaming Takes Stamina

May 12th, 2022|0 Comments

Add another to the ever-growing list of problems afflicting streaming services (which include the proliferation of platforms, high churn rates, too many shared accesses, high costs, garbled sound, and unsustainable business models). And it might just be the most problematic (...)

A Preview of VideoAge’s Studio-LATAM L.A. Screenings Issue

May 9th, 2022|0 Comments

The list of new pilots to be distributed by the studios, what to expect at the first in-person L.A. Screenings since the pandemic, the exhibiting companies at the Century Plaza, the indies' Screenings product listings, the studios' international distribution executive (...)

MIP Africa to Replicate MIP Cancun

May 5th, 2022|0 Comments

A new TV market is coming — thanks to RX Africa, part of the RX Group that includes RX France, which organizes, MIPTV, MIP China, MIPCOM, and MIP Cancun. MIP Africa’s debut is set for August 24-26, 2022 in Cape (...)

May 2022

To make new U.S. broadcast TV series valuable to streaming services, it would be wise for the studios to fully license them internationally first, instead of immediately folding them into their international subscription services. (…)

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Bert Cohen’s Worldvision: After Seven Owners, Its Success Became Its Downfall

In his business life, Bertram (later legally changed to Bert) (...)

John Laing: Crisscrossing The World With a RoboCop Promo Under His Arm

It was a big mistake to ask John Franklin Scott (...)

Joe Wallach: Political Intrigue Did Not Undermine His TV Challenges

When Joseph "Joe" Wallach was working at Brazil's Globo TV (...)