When the guys from "Jackass" are speaking Espanol on television, you know something must be up.
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The three half-ton wrestlers starring in the cartoon series "Super Duper Sumos" may not stand out as purveyors of educational thought, yet the trio is providing some lessons for buyers and sellers of…
The economy is definitely taking its toll on the foreign contingent, with fewer international buyers and sellers making the annual trek to NATPE this go-round.
In the late 1990s, Spain disembarked once more in Latin America. The new conquistadores were telcos, banks, oil companies and utility giants. Media followed in their wake.
Cableready is transforming its lifestyle mag series "Texas Country Reporter" for a national and global audience, and offering it to NATPE-goers under the rubric "American Backroads."
AETN Intl., the foreign sales arm of the History Channel and A&E Network, comes to NATPE with several sales agreements already locked up.
Dan Adler is ankling his post as head of new media at Creative Artists Agency to join recently formed media and entertainment venture the Convex Group as its chief strategic officer.
As the industry pursues new models, the lines between syndication, cable and network continue to blur. Nowhere has that been more evident than in the reality arena, where traditional firstrun syndie…
For years, TV had few surer, more profitable things going for it than the off-net comedy business.
"New Orleans really is the perfect city to have a convention in."