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Miami: LATAM Film & TV Capital on the World Stage

canadaOver the past decade, Miami, Florida, has steadily matured into a world-class production center for film, television, music videos and commercials. And it’s not just thanks to NATPE Miami, SPORTELAmerica and other major film and television trade shows... more»
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TV Critics Association Up From a Bumpy Past

TCABill Cosby has been in the news a lot lately… and not for anything good. A growing number of women have come forward alleging that the comedian either raped or otherwise sexually assaulted them over the years. more»
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Selling (or Buying) TV Programs That Even The Sellers (or Buyers) Don’t Like

netflixThere is a saying in Hollywood that goes something like this: “If they want me to watch the programs that I have to sell, they’ve got to pay me extra.” But the problem isn’t that sales people have to endure watching the shows per se, it’s that sometimes they don’t like the programs they’re selling. more»
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My Two Cents

The British insist on driving on the left side and Americans on measuring in inches. Only three countries in the world continue to use inches, feet, miles, gallons and ounces: the U.S., Burma (Myanmar) and Liberia. As for the U.S., a new book reveals the surprising reason. more»
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