Vol. 36 Nbr. 3, April 2016
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- European fiction is becoming an American drama.
- Formats: unloved by the law, loved by viewers.
- Sports in all television forms is going through a change: $50 billion worth of change.
- Gershman's soul revealed in new book.
- VideoAge is site for CBS's the Good Wife.
- RAI's Prix Italia has a new secretary general.
- Super bowl show: myth, reality.
- Sports TV ratings across the world.
- A Lynchian director From Another Place. Could it be Twin Peaks?
- Business talk wins over floor business. "Light" studio presence a boon to Indies.
- Turkish market reported better results than expected.
- Reiner Moritz: arts & music have been his beat, from Germany, U.K.
- Early pilot orders, early announcements mark a season of film remakes for TV.
- Television before and after Netflix. Traditional TV still running ahead.
- Breakthrough entertainment in an evolving Canadian media scene.
- $22 billion in profits and air travelers get free peanuts.
- My 2 cents.