September/October 2012
Volume 32 No. 5

October 2012
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September/October 2012

Cover stories:

Life of program buyers has changed, but the attention they get has not
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Content piracy in Latin America is a costly issue for all concerned
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Looking for “The Next Big Thing” is like searching for the big bang
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The 2012-13 Season is “Disaster” in dramas, “Losers” in comedies

World: UK, US, Brazil, Portugal, Germany. Plus, famous quotes

Tech News: TV vs. Online, Apple’s OTT STB, N-Screen

Book Review. Kiss and Tell: The clandestine sex lives of Hollywood stars

AFM Preview. Everyone’s happy to return, but the age-old calendar question looms

Film Fest Report. Venice boosts its marketplace with a French exec import

The Euro Zone Crisis: Distribution has become a more stable business than production

NATPE Budapest Review. The Yankees are coming: The Americanization of an Eastern European TV market

UbiQ Report. New digital market generates double-digit confusion

NAMIC Report: Ethnic multimedia has the attention of TV’s top US execs

Local, regional, individual and specialized TV trade shows challenging the world order

NATPE Preview. Market gaining strength on eve of its “Big Five-O” bash

MIPCOM Preview

The London Games Part 1: Olympics broadcast in facts and figures

The London Games Part 2: NBC sparks controversy

The NAB Content Market

Some light moments at the LA Screenings

Calendar of events

My2¢. The problem with history: It happens after the fact.
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