Vol. 34 Nbr. 6, September - September 2014
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- Big fights for sports TV audiences.
- D'Halluin's Zodiak takes a new path.
- Doing lunch at the major U.S. studios for the L.A. screenings.
- A good second try for Dubrovnik's NEM, but the market grows slowly.
- Brazil's World Cup helps 4K-TV.
- Provincial DTTV expands in Thailand.
- The life and times of Sammy Davis, Jr. as told by his daughter.
- U.S. TV nets' top brass discuss how changes affect production, volume.
- Comparison with Budapest unavoidable. new venue: four stars, biz: three.
- When the drama of fiction enters politics, it turns into a RAI sitcom.
- Straffi's rainbow: Europe's largest animation house has growing pains.
- Life at the U.S. Summit of Television and Radio.
- Companies rush to film mart looking for a sign, any $ sign.
- Cannes in October: Playa-ground for Latin American Television.
- Having offices in various parts of the world is not for status symbol, perks.
- Having a laugh is good for the TV business--seriously.
- Programming is king, but brand is queen.
- Re-windowing, a form of double-windowing to reduce failure rate of U.S. TV's new series.
- With Sunday now the new Thursday for viewers, advertisers are not happy.
- Show biz has a few years to change small-screen TV from appalling to appealing: the evolution of cell phones to impact television dramatically.
- The impact of Europe's shrinking budgets.
- A buyer's perspective: children, retro in dramas; realism in comedies; ethnic diversity overall.
- Airlines monetize misery.
- My 2 cents.