TV org leans on influence

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With all the buzz about marketing through mobile phones and the Internet, people sometimes fail to remember that TV remains the dominant advertising medium.

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Censors boost Turkish cop’s profile

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Turkish censors got a lesson in the rule that any publicity is good publicity when politicians who recently tried to rein in popular police drama "Behzat C" instead wound up likely boosting the…

Digital platforms aid documentaries

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As the documentary community gathers in La Rochelle, France, for nonfiction mart Sunny Side of the Doc (June 26-29), filmmakers are finding greater opportunities for theatrical distribution and new…

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Israel mounts a blitz for glitz

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Earlier this month, David Arquette arrived in Israel to shoot scenes for an upcoming Travel Channel project, tentatively titled "Mile High." While in the Holy Land, Arquette, whose mother is Jewish…

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Social media is a bad research tool

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The mixed blessings of our technologically connected world include advancing a trend Monty Python might have lampooned as the Bureau of Silly Interactivity and Meaningless Polls.

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