September/October 2010
Volume 30 No. 6

October 2010 Cover
View complete issue as a PDF»

September/October 2010

Cover stories:

U.K. TV Report: Large program acquisition figures can be deceptive.

Industry’s toughest bosses are demanding executives.

Difficult TV shows to sell don’t stay on the racks for long.

U.S. TV studios are (no surprise here!) raking in more money than ever.


World: Brazil, U.S., U.K. Famous Quotes

Book Review. Soccernomics is more than just football.

Social media is everything but social

Discop review

VideoAge’s broadband proposal discussed at DISCOP’s roundtable

Natpe Preview

Roma Fiction Fest review

MIPCOM preview

… and what about it, instead of a convention hall, a cruise ship?

A TV market is only worth the stands in which it stands

The new U.S. TV season has improved ingredients for making more money

Latin American TV Special:

  • Brazil TV
  • Call me indie
  • TV trends
  • Alejandro Garcia Ramon: 1954-2010

The marketplace of good sense: Places to go, customs to find.

The Greater Middle East: Hollywood’s Next Big Paycheck

News That flies. Calendar & other calls

My 2¢: The “Business of Obsolescence”