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Trials and Tribulations
of the NATPE Market

The international TV industry is now witnessing the disappearance of the National Association of Television Program Executives (NATPE) as we know it. NATPE was born in New York City in (…)

By |January 15th, 2023|Categories: Cover Stories|Tags: |0 Comments

Developments at Series Mania
Have to Do with Development

Series Mania Forum, the portion of the Festival that focuses on developing drama programs for TV, takes place during the critical time period be-tween March 21 and 23, 2023 in (…)

By |January 15th, 2023|Categories: Cover Stories|Tags: |0 Comments

Content Americas Instead of
NATPE Miami: What’s Changed

There’s a new TV trade market in town: Content Americas. It’s the new kid on the block — the downtown Miami block, that is. Content Americas hopes to replace the (…)

By |January 15th, 2023|Categories: Cover Stories|Tags: |0 Comments

January 2023

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January 2023

To solve the streaming SVoD woes, C-suite honchos should apply a journalistic trait when hiring their operation executives: Find those who don’t know anything.

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By |January 15th, 2023|Categories: My2Cents|Tags: |0 Comments

Insight Into Parrot: More
Than Just Analytics Data

Some of us in the media thought that Parrot Analytics was just a company from somewhere in the world that measures the popularity of television content around the globe.

“Not completely,” (…)

By |November 28th, 2022|Categories: Cover Stories|Tags: |0 Comments

Asia TV Forum Returns with
Optimism and More Anxiety

In preparation for the 23rd edition of the Asia TV Forum and Market (ATF), VideoAge connected with Singapore-based Justin Deimen, executive director of the Southeast Asian Audio-Visual Association (SAAVA), and (…)

By |November 28th, 2022|Categories: Cover Stories|Tags: |0 Comments

Book-Film Adaptations
Solve Downtime Blues

Books are great — when there’s nothing worth watching on TV, that is. And sometimes those books even manage to creep up on TV screens anyway. VideoAge picked 12 books (…)

By |November 28th, 2022|Categories: Cover Stories|Tags: |0 Comments

December 2022

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December 2022

In the past, those seeking out U.S. TV station managers at trade shows needed only to follow their TV engineers through the aisles. Today, chief technology officers have replaced the engineers, but this opportunity is gone.

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