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April 2024

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April 2024

Incompetence masquerading as personal truth might be beneficial to one’s health. Too many truths, however, could cause agita.

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Co-Financing Replacing
Old Era Co-Production

During the “Spotlight on Turkey” seminar held at January’s Content Americas in Miami, University of Georgia professor Carolina Acosta-Alzuru offered an academic analysis of the appeal that Turkish TV series (…)

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TV Execs Unload Their
Frustrations On TCA Journalists

Diversity was a bone of contention throughout the first days of the Winter Television Critics Association (TCA) Winter Press Tour, held at The Langham Huntington Hotel in Pasadena, California. However, (…)

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Will Prestige TV Change
with Streamers in Crisis?

Are we nearing the end of prestige TV? Many such headlines ran last year as a slew of the biggest shows on streamers and cable networks came to an end, (…)

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January 2024

We must all be impressed by the resilience of the middlemen that not even the mighty U.S. studios were able to eliminate — starting with movie theater owners and cable TV/satellite TV providers.

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The Little Known Aspects
of Public Domain Films

For over 30 years Texas-based distribution company Reel Media International has distributed movies and series that have fallen into the public domain. That is, film and TV content that has (…)

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Affiliates: An Inscrutable TV
Model Key to U.S. Networks

Since the beginning, the foundation of the U.S. television system has been broadcasting the programs nationally, which ultimately led to the creation of an affiliate-TV model. With that model, a (…)

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The Weight of the Peso
on Argentina’s TV Biz

Would Argentina’s TV sector replace successful Turkish dramas with Chinese soap operas? Would Turkish companies accept the Chinese Yuan instead of the U.S. dollar for their novelas? Both scenarios could (…)

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January 2024

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