One man's loss is another's gain. While Hollywood producers lament the lack of local production, territories around the world are benefitting from the exodus.
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Like all of Hollywood, the Producers Guild of America is turning up the volume on TV and new media. In years past, the PGA’s Produced By conference has focused heavily on the world of movies. The…
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The ink was barely dry on EUE/Screen Gems' deal to transform Altanta's 94-year-old Lakewood Fairgrounds into a state-of-the-art studio in May 2010, when the facility secured its first client, BET…
The rapid evolution of film and television and how to monetize it were a common theme at the Producers Guild's Produced By conference Saturday and Sunday on the Fox lot.