Vol. 37 Nbr. 2, March 2017
- At MIP-TV, The Future is Like It Used To Be.
- Carlos Barba In the Int'l TV Distribution Hall of Fame.
- L.A. Screenings Under The Signs of Rooster, Trump.
- Print Alive, Well With Millennials.
- U.S. Air Travel Deteriorated By Greed.
- Trump Card Played in Poland's New TV Rules.
- Best, Worst TV Days of The Week Worldwide.
- Analog's Revenge: Companies In The Digital World Still Rely On Low-Tech Devices.
- Fighting 'Badgeless' People, Bringing Music to the Table.
- Sales, Copyrights and Technology Challenges Addressed in Miami.
- IPTV Does Not Mean Internet Television. Streaming Does Not Always Mean Internet.
- TV Trade Shows' Attendance May Vary, But They're Still Essential For Business.
- Carlos Barba Used His Midas Touch To Elevate The Business of Show To An Art Form.
- How to Beat U.S. Airlines' Anti-Consumer Sanctioned Attitudes.
- My 2 cents: Building on the successful and innovating formula of MIP Cancun, advice for similar, smaller TV markets and for small indie companies attending larger markets.