February 2015

February 2015
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Challenges and Rewards for Turkish Television Producers

canadaFor Turkish producers 2015 should be a great year — as well as a challenging one. Last year was a great year, too, but it marked the beginning of the new challenges facing Turkish producers. more»
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The Vanishing Overnight Ratings And Back Nine of U.S. Television

TCATo survive in an increasingly uncertain landscape, U.S. TV network presidents are continuing to do whatever it takes to change the way they do business. That was clear during the executive panels at January’s TV Critics Press Tour, held bi-annually, first in Pasadena, California, and later in Beverly Hills. more»
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NATPE Review: Happy Hours at the Miami Market. Domestic Component Resurfaced

netflixNATPE Miami, which was held late last month, was definitely a very “cool” market, which made it “hot,” and not just because of the great weather. Overall, things were good, as proven by the busy daily afternoon happy hour on the market floor, which this year was revitalized by a greater presence of both exhibitors and participants partaking in the wine and beer. more»
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My Two Cents

The new challenge for the Golden Globe Awards stems from the fact that they place more emphasis on gossip than on the movies. Turning the Awards into another reality show ceremony is no good for the Globes or the movies. more»
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