VideoAge is coming to you live from the InterContinental Hotel for the 55th annual L.A. Screenings extravaganza for the independents — an event that takes place before the studios take (…)
The May 2018 edition of VideoAge is an Issue to read cover-to-cover, as well as to use as a reference tool.
It starts with Gina Brogi—the ultimate digital rights expert at (…)
On April 28, 2018, the Black Hollywood Education and Resource Center (BHERC) hosted seven media professionals — including Karamo Brown of Netflix’s Queer Eye; Hip Hollywood senior producer Jasmine Simpkins; syndicated radio host Tanya (…)
Do you know which countries comprise the Central European and Eastern (CEE) region? Do you know which CEE TV channels could be successfully distributed in the U.S. and Canada? And (…)
He was a fixture at all international film and TV markets where he seemed to be on constant march despite walking curved to one side due to a life-long and (…)
Heavy, persistent rain in Cannes made everything slow down outside the Palais, and lots of “Relax at MIP” spaces (in lieu of stands) inside the venue compelled participants to decelerate (…)
These days, in the media and entertainment businesses, it seems that everyone is upset about something or somebody.
U.S. President Donald Trump is upset with Amazon’s Jeff Bezos. Playboy‘s Cooper Hefner (…)
Tony Friscia has been named the 26th International TV Distribution Hall of Fame honoree, and will be featured in VideoAge‘s L.A. Screenings LATAM Issue, out in print and digital on (…)