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“Magic” Buyers Make To Stretch Their Budgets

canadaYears ago program buyers were appreciated mostly for their ability to pick winning shows; not necessarily shows that they personally liked, but those that “worked” for their audiences. more»
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Book Review: From Snail to Monkey, the Interesting History of @, Told in an Awkward Way

netflixIn some 116 pocket-sized pages, Italian author Massimo Arcangeli explains to Italian readers the origin of and various names for the symbol @, possibly the world’s most famous and widely used symbol. more»
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International TV Distribution Hall of Fame Alan Silverbach: A TV Pioneer

TCAMark Kaner finally got his wish. For years, the president of 20th Century Fox Television Distribution had been inviting his long-time friend and mentor Alan Silverbach as his guest to Fox’s L.A. Screenings party. more»
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My Two Cents

This time around I’d like to be perfectly clear. I’m curious to see, whether during the upcoming Upfronts in May, the Newfronts will solidify the fate of the Back Nine model for the FTA U.S. networks, considering that, with fewer episodes (of the series out of Development Hell) it would be easier to Eventize the programs, even though some of the series should have Legs. more»
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