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11 April, 2014 | By Alex Farber Ingenious Ventures chief executive Patrick Bradley has exited the company to establish a £150m media and entertainment investment fund. To continue reading this article – simply subscribe below It takes just 2 minutes and offers full, instant

In his NAB Show keynote on Monday, NAB President Gordon Smith wondered why the FCC hadn’t developed a National Broadcast Plan to keep broadcasting strong. “Why is there no focus to foster innovation and investment in broadcasting to ensure our business continues to be a world leader alongside our broadband industries?” Why indeed? With funding

First on TVNewser: This is Michael Isikoff‘s last day at NBC News, TVNewser has learned. Isikoff joined NBC News in 2010 as a Washington, DC-based investigative correspondent, after 16 years with Newsweek.  The news comes three months after fellow NBC News investigative reporter Lisa Myers left the network, and just two weeks after NBC hired

11 April, 2014 | By Jake Kanter BBC Productions boss Mark Freeland has pledged that his division will be on the “front foot” in underlining its value during the BBC Trust’s review of commissioning quotas. To continue reading this article – simply subscribe below

The 2014 NAB Show closes today in Las Vegas in a position that — like the television industry itself — is far stronger than it was in the wake of 2008 recession, but one that is vulnerable to new challenges. The numbers show a major rebound from six years ago. This year’s edition of the

10 April, 2014 | By Alex Farber Video-sharing site DailyMotion has commissioned a ‘sci-fi hipster’ drama as its first piece of original scripted content. To continue reading this article – simply subscribe below It takes just 2 minutes and offers full, instant access to

Fox affiliates were upbeat after getting a preview of the network’s primetime and sports programming plans during an affiliates meeting in Las Vegas on Tuesday, according to Jeff Rosser, chairman of the Fox affiliates board. “There were things that they showed us today that I think makes us optimistic and confident that Fox is going

Pure Grass makes it with GFM

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8 April, 2014 | By Peter White Digital production company Pure Grass Films has inked a deal with GFM Films for its female-skewing web drama Making It. To continue reading this article – simply subscribe below It takes just 2 minutes and offers full,

8 April, 2014 | By Andreas Wiseman Clerkenwell Films is in the final stages of development for The Dig, its first feature film about one of Britain’s most famous archaeological finds – the Sutton Hoo burial grounds. To continue reading this article – simply subscribe below

NEW YORK (AP) — Maybe the sell-off was a little overdone. That was the sentiment on Wall Street Tuesday as the stock market broke a three-day losing streak. The gain pushed the Standard & Poor’s 500 index back into positive territory for the year. The rebound was driven partly by bargain-hunting as investors picked up

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