June/July 2010
Volume 30 No. 4

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June/July 2010

Cover stories:

Broadband revolution will arrive only with regulation. The entertainment industry’s future depends on it

Production is returning to Los Angeles. The tax incentives that (almost) relocated Hollywood

DISCOP’s prodigal companies. Coming back is not hard to do if business is there

Roma Fiction Fest. Italy’s TV showcase is a “case” in itself, but lovable.


World: NATPE in Miami, The Hollywood Reporter, Peter Keefe 1952-2010, Famous Quotes

Promax moves to Los Angeles. Marketing mart puts TV back on its agenda

The L.A. Screenings: The excesses finally return to Hollywood and money is flowing in again

RFF program, venues, events, people

PrixItalia: RAI’s TV fest returns to Turin for its 62nd feast

The Horowitz Files: Kerry Packer on why to pay so little: “Norman, after all it’s my money”

All the calendar news that’s fit to print

Editorial: History tells that the trade press will survive the Internet, if it evolves