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Doing Lunch At The Major U.S. Studios For The L.A. Screenings

canadaAt the 51st annual L.A. Screenings, 1,700 buyers (as confirmed by Warner Bros.) from 70 countries converged in Los Angeles at their own expense with wallets in hand to visit the Hollywood studios that sell new U.S. TV series. more»
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Big Fights For Sports TV Audiences

TCAThere is a growing belief that — as the TV universe splinters and viewing options multiply — large audiences can only be generated from live events such as sports, as the SPORTEL and MIPCOM TV markets on the Côte d’Azur can attest. more»
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Programming Is King, But Brand Is Queen

netflixIt’s pretty simple: viewers watch programs they like. So does this mean that making a TV network successful is all about picking the right programs? Maybe years ago, when audiences had few choices about what and when they should watch. Now, all of this has changed. more»
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My Two Cents

Since the start of VideoAge in 1981, I must have received a total of at least 350 trade show market bags of all sizes and shapes. I used to take them because they were nice-looking, practical and — most of all — useful even after the markets. more»
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Welcome To VideoAge!

The first thing that you’ll notice is that, with a simple search, you have access to the full spectrum of our industry: From A (as in Advertising) to Z (as in TV Poland executive Zak).

To us at VideoAge, television is more than an industry; it is a universe of stars (vice-presidents) superstars (CEOs) and quasars (chairmen) from the world of politics, regulations, sociology, psychology, finances, production, distribution, ratings, broadcasting, cablecasting, satellite, piracy, new technology, etc., including the good ’ole days.

VideoAge makes complex new technological topics digestible to non-geeks and rich technophobes. more»

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