May 2023

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NATPE Budapest vs. Content
Budapest: A Solution Is a Pest

During last month’s MIPTV, managing director David Jenkinson of the U.K.’s C21 Media published an online editorial titled “The Fight for Budapest,” about his company’s competition with Canada’s Brunico Communications (…)

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AFM Changes Venue,
But Not Its Spots

After 29 years at the Loews Santa Monica Hotel, the American Film Market will be changing venues for its 2023 edition, moving its event 800 meters east to the Le (…)

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L.A. Screenings Inches its
Way to Pre-Pandemic Times

Between suites and tables, the Fairmont Century Plaza hotel in the Century City section of Los Angeles will be housing over 70 exhibition companies for the upcoming L.A. Screenings.

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May 2023

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May 2023

If you wonder why the building of large projects tends to go over budget, over time, and over expectations, a new book is attempting to explain it. Separately, I’ll attempt to explain why SVoD as intended today is a losing proposition compared to the introduction of other capital-intensive utilities like electricity and telephony.


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