Category Archives: Television

Motion Picture Unions Opposed to FCC Set-Top Proposals

As noted several times on this blog, it takes a lot of highly skilled people to make a film or TV show, and these people generally do not own any copyright interest in the works they help make or any … Continue reading

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KPMG Report – Movies & TV Widely Available on Legal Services

I’ve lost count at this point how many times and ways I’ve rejected the premise that piracy is a consumer-driven response to claims of scarcity in the market, especially in the United States; but now KPMG has released the results … Continue reading

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A Conversation – TV Writer Gene Grillo Part I

Since 1996, Gene Grillo has been a staff writer and series editor for a variety of hit, animated TV series, including Johnny Bravo, Jimmy Neutron, and Back at the Barnyard, and Kung Fu Panda.  Like many comedy writers, Grillo began … Continue reading

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A Conversation with Dan Goodman of Believe Entertainment Group

IOM Webcast – A Conversation with Dan Goodman of Believe Entertainment Group from David Newhoff on Vimeo. There’s no question that digital technologies have fostered tremendous opportunity for any content creator with a dream and the passion to pursue it; … Continue reading

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