“I’m old, you know,” said 87-year-old Claude Salle Perrier when explaining to VideoAge her difficulty in recounting some anecdotes of when she began working at MCA in 1953 in Paris.
The Cable TV industry, particularly in the U.S., has so many challenges that only a few can be listed in this report in order to avoid making the story too (…)
For Canadians, their own Upfronts in Toronto start after they return from the L.A. Screenings. Canadians need to be at the Screenings in California since many hot shows are bought (…)
This is an official request for the establishment of a “clearing house” for organizers of international film and TV trade shows. The United Nations is famous for establishing clearing houses to coordinate various world events and the entertainment industry should do the same to avoid staging 20 trade events for 84 market days in three months.
The 27th edition of the Jornadas exhibition was advertised as a three-day event: September 19-21, so it was surprising for participants entering the basement area of the traditional Hilton Buenos (…)