October 2009 Issue

Cover Stories:


  • World: U.S., Canada, China, U.K., Italy
  • Cooking shows: Who made food on TV become more than TV dinner
  • Book Review: A look at the history of food on TV becomes a bubbling mess
  • Little DISCOPs grow and multiply, but do not bother the mother hen
  • MIPCOM preview: Market upbeat after being beaten up by economy
  • Film Fests. Italy, Canada. Two Countries Split in Four: Montreal, Toronto, Venice, Rome
  • New media guru declares the Internet a destination, saying, “it ain’t television”
  • Are TV stations, Cable and Satellite platforms preparing for IPTV?
  • Economic Blues. Times Are Tough, Budgets Are Down: TV’s New Reality Show
  • Promax report. TV role at promo trade had lost its focus but found some hope
  • Now & Then: How the TV business has changed in Latin America
  • Now & Then: How the TV business has changed in Canada
  • Roma Fiction Fest review. The Eternal City takes the MIFED mantle
  • New U.S. TV Season. Good shows, good license fees, great expectations
  • Conferences and event news. Less leg room for more money. Plus your usual calendar of must-attend events
  • My Two Cents: Digital mux are a must for U.S. TV FTA channels


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