Just arrived in Sin City to cover my first NATPE confab in five years. Ought to be an interesting to take the pulse of execs, station managers and sundry others during the next few days at this…
The firstrun syndication business has largely been immune to the turmoil in the TV biz spurred by the 3-month-old writers strike. But that doesn't mean it'll be party time in Las Vegas this week as…
Meggan Kimberley and Adam Wright have been named co-presidents of Regent Worldwide Sales, the distribution arm of Regent Entertainment.
Sony Pictures Television Intl (SPTI) and NBC U's Spanish-language web Telemundo have teamed up once more to co-produce a telenovela, "Dona Barbara." Based on a Latin American classic, skein will run…
As the National Assn. of Television Program Executives prepares to gather in Las Vegas Jan. 28 for its annual confab, the raison d'etre for attending feels more in flux than ever before.
Finding fresh hits in firstrun TV syndication is making people in the business crazy.
Though NATPE's appeal as a domestic syndication market has diminished, international buyers and sellers still find themselves reliant on the annual get-together.
While media goliaths like Sony and Warner Bros. have downplayed the importance of NATPE in recent years, the annual confab has become a goldmine of opportunity for small, independent companies.
Mark Itkin, executive vice president and co-worldwide head of television at William MorrisHow is Brandon Tartikoff’s legacy embodied in your work today?He had an amazing passion for what he did…
With the fruits of broadcast syndication becoming less and less able to sustain a big Las Vegas tradeshow, NATPE officials have effectively programmed their event full of keynotes and panel…
JAN. 29 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.The Path to International Expansion: Not the Straight and Narrow but Achievable: With extraordinary growth in the international marketplace, geographic diversification…