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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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By |January 9th, 2024|Categories: My2Cents|Tags: |0 Comments

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 (…)

By |January 9th, 2024|Categories: Cover Stories|Tags: |0 Comments

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 (…)

By |January 9th, 2024|Categories: Cover Stories|Tags: |0 Comments

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 (…)

By |January 9th, 2024|Categories: Cover Stories|Tags: |0 Comments

January 2024

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FAST Channels Everywhere:
It’s Easier Said Than Done

To explain the FAST phenomenon one could ask for comments from the top operators of these Free Ad-supported Streaming Television channels or just call upon the recently formed FAST Alliance. (…)

By |November 27th, 2023|Categories: Cover Stories|Tags: |0 Comments

Public TV License Fees Are
Politicians’ Newest Target

The U.K. has come a long way from TV detector vans seeking out those who hadn’t paid their TV/Radio license fees, which, when they were introduced (in 1923 for radio (…)

By |November 27th, 2023|Categories: Cover Stories|Tags: |0 Comments

Hollywood Strikes: The End

It was a drama that lasted 146 days. But finally, on September 24, 2023 the Hollywood writers reached an agreement that ended their strike against the major studios and streamers (…)

By |November 27th, 2023|Categories: Cover Stories|Tags: |0 Comments

December 2023

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December 2023

Pity the journalists trained in traditional TV, who, after the COVID pandemic, have to face a Viral Media landscape that has changed the ballgame, the playing field, and the rules.

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By |November 24th, 2023|Categories: My2Cents|Tags: |0 Comments