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Cover Stories

Television in an Era
of Viewer Unhappiness

During the recent SXSW Conference in March one particular (...)

Direct-to-Consumer: New
TV Biz Mantra With Pitfalls

The concept seemed simple enough. And it was fully (...)

Good Content Output For
Co-Exclusive Licensing

Overall, the 2024 edition of the L.A. Screenings was (...)

June-July 2024

Bad sound only affects streaming TV series — not shows broadcast on linear television channels. Despite this being a well-known problem, some streamers don’t seem to want to solve it. (…)

Audio Version (a DV Works service)

International TV History

History of the American Film Market

History of the L.A. Screenings

History of MIP-TV (Plus, MIP-TV 2003 under SARS, Iraq War, Industry consolidation and recession)

History of NATPE

History of MIFED (in Italian)

History of Prix Italia through the pages of VideoAge (PDF version)

L.A. Screenings Veteran
Luncheons Through The Years


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Hall of Fame Vol. 1

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Hall of Fame Vol. 2






Telephonophobians Use E-Mail

June 20th, 2024|0 Comments

Please continue to use cellular phones to watch videos, link to TikTok, scroll Instagram, listen to music, connect on Zoom, and check Facebook and LinkedIn. But for serious communications, use e-mail. While you’re at it, don’t forget to use a (...)

The Implications of Effortless Looks

June 17th, 2024|0 Comments

We're all familiar with "fake news," mostly courtesy of Vladimir Putin's Russia, but now be prepared for the "fake look," courtesy of President Joe Biden and former president Donald Trump. In Hollywood, this "fake look" is called "effortless," but it (...)

Streaming to Adopt Linear Model?

June 13th, 2024|0 Comments

Despite many recent changes, the streaming business model is still not working. Therefore, it's time to move streaming closer to the linear model. In VideoAge's June/July 2024 Issue, we will explain how, over the past several years, the streaming business (...)

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 (...)