Vol. 36 Nbr. 6, September - September 2016
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- E & O insurance: if unnecessary, it's highly demanded.
- New CEO calls in a U.S. team for a "bigger" RAI.
- The L.A. Screenings start at MIP-TV and end up at MIPCOM.
- Venice Film Fest gets its own bridge of sighs. This time for film-TV production.
- Films in 24 fps better than 48, 120 fps.
- Larry Gershman joins the international TV Distribution Hall of Fame next month.
- John MacDonald: introducing the new Corus, Rita Carbone-Fleury selling its Canadian shows.
- Reynolds-Fisher sagas recalled in new anecdotal book by Debbie.
- Rate of growth outgrowing Cannes? Could Las Vegas offer more room?
- London calling on marketing teams for planning A, B & C.
- Film, TV content is the mission. Worldwide sales is the goal.
- Social media is now above the line. Producers, talent alike bear the brunt.
- NATPE in Europe revitalized in Budapest, yet some issues linger.
- Securing multiple rights for adaptations, formats, reboots, remakes, merchandising.
- Getting air time at award shows is a matter of style.
- Sandy Frank never pitched someone who couldn't give him an order.
- A $5 billion extravaganza for 2.6 billion worldwide viewers.
- A German distributor's fond memories of RAI's radio, TV and (now) web festival.
- For rainbow, producing children's shows is a mature business.
- The problem with airport security is the wrong security.
- My 2 cents: MIPCOM is great because average people like me can mingle with great talents, and the fact that we're able to recognize this, makes me and people like me somewhat "great.".