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Organic Market Testing Indies’ Faith, Patience With Gold Lure

canadaThis year, on par with past years, expect some 65 indie companies to screen at the Century Plaza, the hotel in Los Angeles where content distributors from 15 countries meet with Latin American acquisition executives — in addition to some buyers from Europe and Asia. more»
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Marcel Vinay Sr.: A Pioneer Who’s Covered All Aspects of LATAM TV and Its History

netflixAt the 2012 L.A. Screenings a special celebration was held on behalf of Marcel Vinay Sr. His current company, Mexico’s Azteca, celebrated Vinay’s 45 years in the TV industry. It was also Vinay’s 34th L.A. Screenings. The 1978 Screenings was his very first TV market, which he attended both as a seller and a buyer for Televisa. more»
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L.A. Screenings Wish List: What Would Buyers Change?

TCAOver the course of their 53-year history, the L.A. Screenings, possibly the world’s only organic trade show, has gone through several phases and a number of changes. Now that it has reached its Nirvana, VideoAge is wondering what buyers would like to change and/or improve. more»
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My Two Cents

The International TV Distribution Hall of Fame is important because it not only gives this business the respect it deserves, but also because, by honoring the pioneers that created the foundation of a sector that became rich enough to support the entire TV industry, we acknowledge the contribution of past, present and future worldwide distribution executives. more»
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