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CGI: Five Big Trends in Graphics for Factual TV

We wondered: “What’s going on in the world of CGI?”    Average production budgets are shrinking, but viewers demand ever more sizzle to maintain their attention.  At Real Screen, we caught up with Andy Davies-Coward – a friend and colleague who is creative director of 422 South which is based in Bristol UK.  Andy has […]

History Makers Panel (2 / 2). Italy’s Rai – A Success Story. Q&A: H2’s Demo’s, Dramatizations & More

We continue our coverage of the opening panel at the recent History Makers International conference. The Panelists Piero A. Corsini, Series Producer, Rai Educational Peter Gaffney, Senior Vice President, Programming Strategy, Scheduling & Acquisitions: History & H2 Dirk Hoogstra, Senior Vice President, Development & Programming: History & H2 3. Rai Educational. Case Study: Risorgimento Anniversary

Netflix 2024: What You Need To Know Now!

Sunnyside of the Doc: U.S. Network Trends. Who’s Paying for 3D Production?

Article entitled 3D Draws Converts Despite High Costs

Sunnyside rang our belle for conviviality, access and solid new business Much has been written about a tide of Anglo-Saxons flowing from La Rochelle to South Yorkshire after Sheffield Doc/Fest rescheduled from autumn to late spring But the seats of any non-attending Americans and Brits were taken by an impressive wave of delegates from Sunnyside’s

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Secrets of Unscripted / Documentary Television: Twelve Popular Reports

This week, a random look at twelve posts that continue to be read and re-read by visitors to our fast-growing service And BTW, many thanks for all your encouragement since our launch in February 2010: 1. OWN: The Oprah Winfrey Network. Read our updates on OWN’s doc acquisitions Coming soon: Could Discovery possibly close shop and

Montz v. Pilgrim Films & Television, Inc. – Correction

By Pamela Jones, Attorney There were numerous errors in my prior posting concerning the “Ghost Hunters” case and summary of the 9th Circuit’s ruling earlier this month.  The Court’s decision focused solely on the legal issue of whether federal copyright law pre-empts a state law ‘implied in fact’ contract claim.  The Appellate Court held that the