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Variety Introduces Premier Subscriptions With Exclusive Content and Industry Tools

To fill readers’ growing appetite for more data and information about the entertainment industry, Variety is now offering a Premier subscription package. Premier gives subscribers exclusive content, industry information and discounts on proprietary Variety entertainment information products.

In addition to receiving the print edition of Variety each week, subscribers will have access to the digital edition of the magazine, production charts for film and television and the  full Variety archives dating back to its founding in 1905.

Variety’s print and digital subscriptions for weekly content provide in-depth analysis and trustworthy reporting on the entertainment industry as well as breaking news and special reports that explore emerging trends using data, charts and infographics.

Production charts list every pre-production and production commitment across television and film for all projects with expected distribution in the United States.

In addition, readers will have access to Vscore ratings, which quantifies the value of over 17,000 actors currently working in television and film with the industry’s most accurate familiarity and appeal metric, allowing users to generate lists of up to 250 actors.

Premier also gives subscribers 25% discounts to all Variety conferences, including events in Los Angeles, New York and around the world such as the CES Entertainment Summit, Hollywood IT Summit and the Advertising  & Marketing Summit.

Variety Premier is offered at $199 for a U.S. one year subscription, and $299 for an international one year subscription. More information is available at Variety.com/join-premier.

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