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2020 Rose Bowl Game will kick off January 1, 2020 at 1:00 p.m.
115- The 88th Annual Hollywood Christmas Parade
106- 150 Years LAPD
114- In Memory of Virginia Estelle Pilato Maddox,
aka Lynn Mann
115- The future of mobility at LA Auto Show
November 9th, 1989 the Berlin Wall fell
101- Pink's Hot Dogs Fans celebrate 80th anniversary
101- 80 years of "Wizard of Oz"
102- Google's free cloud storage Bait & Switch
102- 2019, The year the World Wide Web celebrates its
30th anniversary
102 -France To Sanction Google for online snippets
of press articles on Google News.
115- CANNES, the jewel among festival towns
106- Ceremonial events mark 70th anniversary of the
People's Republic of China
106- "Right to Be Forgotten" ruling marks Google victory
115- A Glimpse at MIPCOM, Cannes, France
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into Southern California's Recycling Crisis
101- LOST LA explores LA region's hidden past
106- Ceremonial events mark 70th anniversary of the
People's Republic of China
106- "Right to Be Forgotten" ruling marks Google victory
 
101- SOCAL CONNECTED takes deep dive
into Southern California's Recycling Crisis
101- LOST LA explores LA region's hidden past
114- Former ABC Broadcaster Sam Donaldson
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114- Former ABC Broadcaster Sam Donaldson
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106- Amazon facing antitrust probe by the FTC
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2020 Rose Bowl Game will kick off January 1, 2020 at 1:00 p.m.••••
•••• Since 1890, the Tournament of Roses has produced America's New Year Celebration, bringing the traditions of the Rose Parade and Rose Bowl Game to Pasadena and the world for 130 years.
•••• The 106th Rose Bowl Game between Washington Huskies vs Ohio State Buckeyes and presented by Northwestern Mutual will take place on January 1, 2020, at the Rose Bowl Stadium and will feature top teams from the Pac-12 and Big Ten known as "The Granddaddy" of Them All. The Rose Bowl Game is the oldest bowl game and kicked off a myriad college football legacies in 1902.
•••• The first Tournament of Roses football game, which was the first post-season football game in the nation, was staged at Tournament Park on January 1, 1902. The game matched the West Coast's Stanford against Midwestern Michigan. (The teams would later become members of today's Pac-12 and Big Ten conferences, respectively.) Michigan routed Stanford, 49-0, prompting the football contest to be replaced with Roman-style chariot races inspired by the literary classic Ben-Hur. Football was permanently reinstated as part of the Tournament's traditions in 1916.
•••• The exclusive agreement among the Tournament of Roses Association, the Big Ten Conference and the Pac-12 Conference was born in 1946, and the first game played under the agreement took place on January 1, 1947. The pact is the oldest intercollegiate postseason bowl agreement between two major conferences in the United States.
•••• This collegiate classic has been the occasion of many firsts. The Rose Bowl Game was the first local radio broadcast of an East-West bowl game in 1926, the first transcontinental radio broadcast of a sporting event in 1927, the first local telecast of a college football game in 1948, the first national telecast of a college football game in 1952, the first coast-to-coast color telecast of a collegiate football game in 1962, and the first College Football Playoff Semifinal in 2015.
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101- OHIO STATE AND
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IN THE ROSE BOWL GAME - By Gary Sunkin
•••• Since 1890, the Tournament of Roses has produced America's New Year Celebration, bringing the traditions of the Rose Parade and Rose Bowl Game to Pasadena and the world for nearly 130 years.
•••• The Ohio State Buckeyes, champions of the Big Ten Conference, and the Washington Huskies, champions of the Pac-12 Conference, will play in the 105th Rose Bowl Game presented by Northwestern Mutual at 1 p.m. PT/4 p.m. ET, on January 1, 2019, at the Rose Bowl Stadium.
GARY Rose Bowl150w.jpg•••• This year's Rose Bowl Game will be the 13th meeting between the Ohio State Buckeyes and the Washington Huskies, and will be the second occurrence in The Granddaddy of Them All.
•••• No. 9 Washington is headed back to the Rose Bowl for the second time since a 34-24 victory over Purdue on Jan. 1, 2001.
•••• No. 5 Ohio State is headed back to the Rose Bowl for the second time since a 26-17 victory over Oregon on Jan. 1, 2010.
•••• The Washington-Ohio State game will mark the second time in five years that the Rose Bowl has featured the Pac-12 and Big Ten champions. The last time that happened was after the 2013 season, when Michigan State defeated Stanford, 24-20.
Back to Pasadena
•••• Washington and Ohio State are each making their 16th appearance in the Rose Bowl. USC (with 34) and Michigan (20) are the only two programs that have been to the Rose Bowl more.
The Huskies are 7-6-1 in the Rose Bowl Game. The Buckeyes are 7-7.??
•••• Pre-game festivities on January 1, will begin at 1 p.m. PT (4 p.m. ET). The game will be televised nationally on ESPN.
Additional tickets for the Rose Bowl Game will go on sale on Tuesday, December 4, at 9 a.m. PT online via www.ticketmaster.com or by calling Ticketmaster at 1-800-653-8000.
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115- The 88th Hollywood Christmas Parade 
••••• 2019 marks the historic 88th Anniversary of the Hollywood Christmas Parade, an American tradition that takes place on the Sunday after Thanksgiving.
••••It will take place on Hollywood Boulevard in Hollywood, California, on Sunday, December 1, 2019, at 5:00 p.m. PT.   
•••• The host of Access Hollywood, Mario Lopez, and the Lopez family, are this year's Grand Marshals.
•••• They will join an eclectic array of musical performances featured during the parade and national telecast, including Jesse & Joy, Dionne Warwick, Brandon Jenner, Sheléa, The Band Of Merrymakers, Rock of Ages, Shawn Wayans presents The Boo Crew, Phil Vassar, David Archuleta, Ace Young & Diana DeGarmo, James Maslow, Ashen Moon with Mikalah Gordonand Brandon Rogers. The parade will also feature a special tribute for Toys for Totsand a magic performance by Mai Wynn and Farrell Dillon of The CW hit series,"Masters of Illusion."
•••• The 88th Annual Hollywood Christmas Parade will be hosted by Erik Estrada, Laura McKenzie, Dean Cain and Montel Williams, with special co-host Elizabeth Stanton.
•••• The event will be presented and produced by Associated Television International, in association with The City of Los Angeles.  
•••• A true Hollywood yearly tradition, the parade attracts more than one million in attendance each year, with larger than life inflatable character balloons, award winning bands, colorful equestrians, ornate floats, popular characters/novelties, celebrity filled cars and, of course, Santa Claus making the much heralded trek down the over three mile parade route.
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 The annual live parade is held in the streets of Hollywood attracting more than one million people.
•••• The live parade features 5,000 participants, and will be taped for multiple nationwide network television broadcasts to be aired during the holiday season.  The parade will travel along a 3.2 mile U-shaped route starting at Orange Street and Hollywood Boulevard traveling east on Hollywood Boulevard to Vine Street, turning south on Vine Street to Sunset Boulevard, and then turning west on Sunset Boulevard traveling back to Orange Street. FREE Curbside Seating will be available along the parade route, starting at the intersection of Hollywood Boulevard and Highland Avenue, continuing along the rest of the parade route on Vine Street and Sunset Boulevard.
•••• The 88th Annual Hollywood Christmas Parade will premiere as a two-hour special on The CW Network on Friday, December 13 at 8:00 p.m. ET / PT. The parade, featuring Marine Toys for Tots program, which is essential in providing gifts to less fortunate children everywhere, will also air on the Hallmark Channel and on American Forces Network, to more than one million American servicemen and women worldwide. Click More tviStory 115- The 88th Hollywood Christmas Parade
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The future of mobility at LA Auto Show, Nov. 22 - Dec. 1, 2019 Automobility LA Press & Trade Days, Nov. 18 - 21 By Gary Sunkin
LAautoPressGary300w.jpgAt the Los Angeles Convention Center professionals from the automotive and technology spaces gather to discuss what's next in transportation. AutoMobility LA attendees will also have the opportunity to witness vehicle debuts, discover startups, explore the latest in auto-tech innovations, and network. 
•••• In addition to vehicle debuts, press announcements and auto-tech exhibits, AutoMobility LA lends its platform to several organizations to host forums, think tanks and summits to complement its signature programming and provide attendees access to industry leaders in design, marketing and security. 
•••• Founded in 1907, the Los Angeles Auto Show (LA Auto Show®) is the first major North American auto show of the season each year.  In 2016, the show's Press & Trade Days merged with the Connected Car Expo (CCE) to become AutoMobility LA™.
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In Memory of Lynn Mann (1929 - 2019)
Virginia Estelle Pilato Maddox, aka Lynn Mann, passed away on Veterans Day, November 11, in Glendale, CA
Lynn Mann was Associated Television Producer, Casting and Public Relations Director (VRA TelePlay Pictures, The Troy Cory Show)

Lynn Mann, was born on March 31, 1929, in Birmingham Alabama, the daughter of Mary and Giuseppe Pilato. She LynnMann108w.jpggrew up as a young girl with a constant admiration for show business and the men & women in the motion picture industry, especially the actors & singers. As she continued her growth, developing into an attractive young woman, she found herself beginning to associate with the talent in the industry, and in turn, she surprised herself as an avid promoter in many of these fields.
•••• During the early 1970s, Lynn and Sylvia Pittman of Pittman Modeling Agency, coordinated fashion shows within many of the largest theaters.
•••• Lynn Mann developed a taste for casting focusing on documentaries & sitcoms. It was her tenure at the old Desi Lu studios production offices and sound stages, (owned by Lucille Ball & Desi Arnez) located on Melrose, in Hollywood, California where she was contacted by Mr. Troy Cory, who needed male and female extras, for a location shoot of the "Sam Butera and the Wildest" segment of the Troy Cory Show, at his Rosemont Studios.
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•••• •••• "Lynn Mann was an extraordinary human being, full of charm with a special gift to make people around her feel good and comfortable. She was a wonderful friend and business assciate, and she will never be forgotten." Troy and Josie Cory
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101- Pink's Hot Dogs Fans celebrate 80th anniversary By Gary Sunkin
LOS ANGELES, Calif. -- Legendary Los Angeles eatery Pink's Hot Dogs celebrates its 80th anniversary selling 80 cent Chili Dogs with 100% of the proceeds benefiting local Charities. Nightly Nov. 8 through Nov. 15, one can buy a hot dog for 80 cents. The limit is eight hot dogs per customer, however for non-meat eaters Pink's also has a vegan dog.
•••• Various celebrities will be on hand each night to help sell the discounted dogs. Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti and Los Angeles Philharmonic Music Director Gustavo Dudamel were called into action on Friday evening.

/Garcetti-Dudamel200w.tif"I'm a big fan of these hot dogs and I eat all the time, so what a great way to have fun and do this thing for charity," said Dudamel.
•••• Different charities will be featured every night. Saturday's sale benefited two charities chosen by ABC 's entertainment guru George Pennacchio.
•••• Other celebrities scheduled to sell hot dogs are singer JoJo Siwa and Justin Turner from the L.A. Dodgers.




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Beverly Pink Wolfe's mother began selling hot dogs out of a push cart back in 1939, long before the bustling Melrose and La Brea area it is today. Hot dogs cost 10 cents and drinks were five cents.
••••Back then "It was just orange trees and weeds. There was nothing here," said Pink Wolfe. "We're honored that everyone has come to celebrate 80 years with us and we hope to continue for many, many more years. Thank you, Los Angeles," she continued.

GarySRedShoe200.jpg101- 80 years of "Wizard of Oz"
August was the 80th anniversary of the classic musical fantasy. Judy Garland starred as Dorothy Gale, the girl from Kansas who had dreams of going "somewhere over the rainbow."
 Red Slippers trivia:
• What happened to the ruby slippers?
•••• A pair of red sequined slippers from the classic 1939 film "The Wizard of Oz" had been found by the FBI, 13 years after ... they disappeared in August 2005 from a museum dedicated to the actress in her hometown of Grand Rapids, Minnesota.

The shoes are one of four pairs Garland wore as Dorothy in the 1939 classic.
• Who owns the ruby slippers?
•••• Because of their iconic stature, the ruby slippers worn by Judy Garland in the film are among the most treasured and valuable film memorabilia in movie history.
•••• Actress Debbie Reynolds also owned a pair of the authentic ruby slippers, purchased at auction for $510,000 in 2011.
•••• An original pair of the ruby slippers is on display at the Smithsonian Institution.
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••• "Star Maker" and Santa Tales."
Before Troy Cory teamed up with famous German Orchestra leader, Ambros Seelos in the1970s, Troy had already co-starred with Wendell Cory, Rolf Eden, and Barbara Valentine in the Berlin AFI, John Harris, movie production, "Starmaker."
It was in 1970, that Troy, Ambros Seelos, music arranger, composer and songwriter, Sylvester Levay, (Lysy, Levy - "Fly, Robin, Fly," ), and lyricist and translator, Jossi Sigl produced the origianal recording sessions and the Cory/Seelos concert performances in Germany, Innsbruck, Austria, and Basel, Switzerland. CLICK FOR MORE People STORYCLICK FOR MORE The Star Maker, Wendell Corey - Troy Cory STORY IMDb CLICK FOR MORE Rolf Eden STORYMORE Vine Street.
•••• The String section on the Munich Sound recordings was provided by "The Munich Philharmonics"; piano and arrangements by Sylvester Levay. Sevral years later it was Levay who garnered a Grammy Award for "Fly, Robin, Fly," and wrote the music scores for the film "Howard the Duck" and the Vienna musical "Elisabeth."
•••• Troy Cory collaborated with Cinema Prize Records and Agil Musik and co-wrote the song material with the Seelos/Levay/Michalke/Sigl/ team, in producing the album, entitled, "Today's Puzzle."
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The end of the 1970s found Troy Cory playing Santa Claus in the German/American production film "Merry Christmas: Just in the Nick of Time," starring Priscilla Cory, as "Little Miss Santa," and featuring the late German singer, Manuela. Produced by VRA TelePlay Pictures, Bohemia Film and Gábor Wagner, of ARD, the story was filmed in and around the city of Munich, Nymphenburg and Castle Neuschwanstein, Germany and in Oberndorf, Austria, the small village and church where the Christmas carol "Silent Night" was performed for the first time on December 25, 1818.
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102-Google's free cloud storage Bait & Switch
•••• Free cloud storage might be a thing of the past. Google has enticed billions of consumers to its digital services by offering extensive free cloud storage.
•••• In recent months Alphabet Inc. guided more users toward a new paid cloud subscription called Google One, a replacement for its Drive cloud storage service at the same time as the amount of data people stash online continues to soar.
•••• Google One offers a free 15 GB tier -- enough room for about 5,000 photos, depending on the resolution. Then it costs $1.99 a month for 100 GB and up from there. This includes several types of files previously stashed in Google Drive, plus Gmail emails and photos and videos. The company ended its Chromebook two-year 100-GB free storage offer around the same time, while the Pixel free photo storage deal ended in October with the release of the Pixel 4.
•••• When people hit those caps, they have little choice but to start paying or risk losing access to emails, photos and personal documents. The cost doesn't seem excessive for most consumers, but for Google this could generate billions of dollars annually in extra revenue.
•••• Gmail a big driver of the shift launched in 2004 with much more free storage than rivals were providing at the time. It boosted the storage cap every couple of years, but in 2013 it stopped. People's in-boxes kept filling up. And now that some of Google's other free storage offers are shrinking, consumers are beginning to get nasty surprises.
•••••When Google's Pixel smartphone launched in 2016, it came with free, unlimited photo storage via the company's Photos service. The latest Pixel 4 handset that came out in October still has free photo storage, but the images are compressed now, thus reducing the quality.
•••• Smartphones dramatically increased the number of photos people take -- one estimate put the total for 2017 at 1.2 trillion. Those images quickly fill up storage space on handsets, so tech companies, including Apple Inc., Amazon.com Inc. and Google, offered cloud storage as an alternative. Now as those online memories pile up, some of these companies are charging users to keep them.
•••• Gmail, Drive and Google Photos have more than 1 billion users each. If 10% of Gmail users sign up for the new $1.99-a-month Google One subscription, that would generate almost $2.4 billion in annual recurring sales for the company.
•••• However, the monthly $1.99 is a relatively small price to pay to avoid losing a point of digital contact with the world.
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2019 celebrates the 30th Anniversary of the World Wide Web
•••• In 1989 the world's largest physics laboratory, CERN was a hive of ideas and information stored on multiple incompatible computers. Tim Berners-Lee envisioned a unifying structure for linking information across different computers and wrote an proposal in 1989 called "Information Management: A Proposal." By 1991 this vision of universal connectivity had become the Word Wide Web.

"Suppose all information stored on computers everywhere were linked . Suppose I could program my computer to create a space in which everything could be linked to everything."
-Tim Berners-Lee, inventor of the World Wide Web

•••• Tim Berners-Lee wrote the first web browser in 1990 while employed at CERN near Geneva, Switzerland. The browser was released to the general public in August 1991. The World Wide Web has been central to the development of the Information Age and is the primary tool billions of people use to interact on the Internet.

•••• "Vague but exciting." This was how Sir Tim Berners-Lee's boss responded to his proposal titled "Information Management: A Proposal," submitted on March 12 in 1989, when the inventor of the World Wide Web was a 33-year-old software engineer. Initially, Berners-Lee envisioned "a large hypertext database with typed links,"named  "Mesh," to help his colleagues at CERN (a large nuclear physics laboratory in Switzerland) share information amongst multiple computers.
•••• Berners-Lee's boss allowed him time to develop the humble flowchart into a working model, writing the HTML language, the HTTP application, and WorldWideWeb.app-- the first Web browser and page editor. By 1991, the external Web servers were up and running.
••••The Web would soon revolutionize life as we know it, ushering in the information age. Today, there are nearly 2 billion websites online. Whether you use it for email, homework, gaming, or checking out videos of cute puppies, chances are you can't imagine life without the Web.
••••Not to be confused with the internet, which had been evolving since the 1960s, the World Wide Web is an online application built upon innovations like HTML language, URL "addresses," and hypertext transfer protocol, or HTTP. The Web has also become a decentralized community, founded on principles of universality, consensus, and bottom-up design.
••••"There are very few innovations that have truly changed everything," said Jeff Jaffe, CEO of the World Wide Web Consortium. "The Web is the most impactful innovation of our time."
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102-France To Sanction Google for online snippets of press articles on Google News.
•••• France has accused American Internet giant Google of ignoring "the spirit and the letter" of a Europe-wide copyright law aimed at giving publishers a bigger cut of the economic benefit from online news.
•••• French lawmakers say they are now looking to sanction Google for adopting what they consider strongarm tactics to avoid paying to publish excerpts from European publications on Google News.
•••• France is the first European country to put the EU's Directive on Copyright in the Digital Single Market on its statute books, taking effect at the end of October. The European Parliament adopted the directive in March, allowing member states two years to pass legislation upholding its requirements. France's law requires Google to pay what has been called a "link tax" -- effectively a license to display excerpts of press articles on Google News.
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AHHH.... Autumn in Cannes... where mild breezes blow as the warm Mediterranean sun smiles over this beautiful spot on the Cote d'Azur. There you can feel a timeless sensuality, assuaging a nostalgia for the Mediterranean which since as far back as the 16th century has been a constant theme in many a Northern European's life.
"Now give us lands where the olives grow," Cried the North to the South, "Where the sun with a golden mouth can blow bubbles of grapes down the vineyard row!" Cried the North to the South (to borrow a phrase from the English writer Elizabeth Barret Browning.)
"Cannes," wrote Charles Lentheric, the indispensable and erudite historian of maritime Provence, in 1880, " is a town where you feel no need to work," and where the inhabitants were not interested in the world that lay beyond their shady gardens, or the sheltered balconys of their hotels. Now the world has come to Cannes, chosen to be the Mediterranean headquarters for its annual events, and when you stroll along the Croisette on some warm October day you will hardly share Mr. Lenteric's sentiments. Cannes at festival time blossoms into a cosmopolitan spot.
By Josie Cory

115- CANNES, the jewel among festival towns
•••• Cannes is host to the annual Festival de Cannes, as well as MIDEM, MIP TV and MICOM (Marché International des Programmes de Communication, owned and organized by Reed MIDEM). It's been 32 years since TVI under Cory's ownership first covered MIPCOM in 1987.
•••• Although Cannes has remained the quintessential market place, despite enormous changes in the cinema, television and social media landscape, it was more casual back in 1987, of course. You could hang out with studio executives without much planning or go see a performer in his hotel room and spend the afternoon in discussing the latest video. There was no "French day," the interview period now set aside so French journalists can get their stories before everyone else.
•••• And many things were simpler. Though it sounds paradoxical, even getting stories back to my TVI Magazine -- it was less time-consuming in that pre-computer age. The festival headquarters had a room where telex operators who spoke not a word of English -- took your typewritten copy, grunted something unintelligible and transmitted it to the U.S. without a hitch.
•••• Since then, Cannes has only gotten bigger. Though we now live in an age when films can be viewed via links and streamed on computers anywhere in the world, the number of journalists covering the 4-day affair has multiplied.
•••• Cannes got off the ground after World War II with the Cannes Film Festival, and followed by tv markets MIPTV and VIDCOM, later MIPCOM when the market festival also responded to the advent of home video technology, including VCRs, DVDs and Blu-ray. As those new formats drove interest in older films and tv series and both French and American distributors wanted a platform to publicize their plans to re-release classics.
•••• Cannes is not just a festival that screens rarefied films. It also hosts a major market, known officially as the Marche du Film (established in 1959) held annually in conjunction with the Festival de Cannes, where about 4,000 films are shown to buyers from more than 100 countries. Here, deals are cut to bring movies to theaters in countries around the world or to release them on video or in digital formats.
•••• This kind of willingness and ability to literally pay the price to keep the festival relevant is a through-line in Cannes' response to challenges. The event's annual budget is a staggering 20 million euros, roughly $26 million, and half of that comes from governmental tax funds. The French public considers film to be part of its cultural patrimony and is quite willing to foot the bill to be the best.
•••• Part of that money goes to making the city as pleasant as it can be for festival visitors. Two months before the event begins, flowers get planted so they will bloom on schedule. One of the treats of getting to Cannes early is watching enormous cranes place huge, blossom-filled concrete planters into strategic positions along the Riviera.
•••• Given how easy it is to see films these days without leaving your room, why do people continue to spend such considerable time, energy and money to go to Cannes?
•••• Because, despite the billions of dollars involved, the movie and television business remains a personal one, where relationships count and seeing people face to face from time to time is essential. Cannes has made sure that there's no place better to do that than Cannes. What was true in 1946 is still true today: Everyone goes to Cannes because everyone else is there. No other place can make that claim, not even close.
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115- MIPCOM- "The World's Entertainment Content Market
Across All Platforms"
LEGENDARY SHOWRUNNER DARREN STAR NAMED FOR MIPCOM'S MEDIA MASTERMIND KEYNOTE LINE UP
•••• Paris - Reed MIDEM announced world-renowned creator and executive producer Darren Star as the first in its line-up of Media Mastermind Keynotes at MIPCOM 2019. The session will be moderated by Jill Offman, Executive Vice President of Paramount Network International and Comedy Central International.
•••• MIPCOM, the world's entertainment content market, takes place in Cannes from 14-17 October 2019. Under the umbrella theme "The Streaming Offensive" , the conference will bring sharp focus to the seismic changes in global distribution models, their impact on content production and licensing, and the global response to the direct-to-consumer challenge. 
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101- KCET's Award-Winning News Documentary Series SOCAL CONNECTED Returns Oct. 15 With New Episodes Highlighting Ten Seasons of Change-Making Journalism

New Season Premieres with a Deep Dive Into Southern California's Recycling Crisis
•••• Emmy award-winning weekly half-hour news documentary series SOCAL CONNECTED will premiere eight new episodes this season starting Tues., Oct. 15 at 8 p.m. on KCET in Southern California with encores airing one week later on PBS SoCal at 7 p.m. The new season includes a look at the recycling crisis, public beach access, racial tensions as well as the local track and field scene. 
•••• Following the broadcast, each episode will stream at kcet.org/socalconnected and on the free PBS Video app (available on Roku, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, the App Store and Google Play), as well as on YouTube.
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New Season of KCET's LOST LA explores LA region's hidden pastwith Untold History of Griffith Park, Prohibition Tunnels, Mount Wilson Observatory and More
Fourth Season of Historical Documentary Series Premieres October 15
••• KCET, a producer of award-winning and diverse original content for public media, announced the return of the Emmy® -winning historical documentary series LOST LA, a co-production with the University of Southern California Libraries. Public historian and writer Nathan Masters of the USC Libraries returns as Host with untold histories behind Griffith Park, Manzanar, Los Angeles' prohibition tunnels, architect Paul Revere Williams, the Shindana Toy Company and the Mount Wilson Observatory. Now in its fourth season, LOST LA explores our region's hidden past through documents, photos and other rare artifacts from California libraries and archives. Season four of LOST LA premieres on Tues., Oct. 15 at 8:30 p.m. on KCET in Southern California with encores airing one week later on PBS SoCal at 7:30 p.m.
••• The episodes will be telecast as follows (subject to change):
"Griffith Park" &endash; Tues., Oct. 15
Explore one of the nation's largest municipal parks and discover how it hasn't always lived up to its founder's vision of a public recreation ground for all.
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102-More EU rules for Facebook on hateful posts
Facebook must remove hateful posts worldwide, top EU court rules
By BLOOMBERG
•••• Facebook Inc. can be forced to remove posts anywhere in the world to protect European Union users from hateful content, the bloc's highest court ruled in a case that widens a chasm with the U.S. on freedom of speech and privacy.
•••• European courts can force platforms such as the social-network giant to seek and destroy such content once they've been alerted, the EU judges said in a binding decision on Thursday. Courts can also order a worldwide removal as long as they take international law into account when they issue the edicts, the judges said.
•••• "The bloc's ruling essentially allows one country or region to decide what internet users around the world can say and what information they can access," said Victoria de Posson, senior manager in Europe at the Computer & Communications Industry Assn., an industry group that includes Alphabet Inc.'s Google and Facebook as members.
•••• The EU has taken a tougher stance on citizens' online rights than elsewhere in the world. In 2014, the EU's top court gave people a so-called right to be forgotten, allowing them to ask Google to remove European links to websites that contain out-of-date or false information that could unfairly harm a person's reputation. Still, in contrast to Thursday's judgment, the same court decided last month against requiring search engines to scrub links globally.
•••• "What might be considered defamatory comments about a politician in one country will likely be considered constitutional free speech in another. Few hosting platforms, especially startups, will have the resources to implement elaborate monitoring systems," de Posson said.
•••• Platforms from Facebook to Google's YouTube won a nod of approval from the EU earlier this year for tackling hate speech posted online as part of a code of conduct signed with the commission in 2016. The companies vowed to tackle online hate speech within 24 hours, once made aware of it.
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106- Ceremonial events mark 70th anniversary of the People's Republic of China - By Josie Cory
•••• The celebration of the 70th anniversary of the founding of the People's Republic of China is an upcoming ceremonial event with a grand military parade as its spotlight to celebrate National Day of the People's Republic of China that is scheduled to take place on October, 1, 2019 in Beijing. General Secretary of the Communist Party, President and Chairman of the Central Military Commission Xi Jinping, who will be the guest of honor, will give the holiday address to the nation and Chinese expatriates abroad before inspecting the formations along Chang'an Avenue.
The PRC (People's Republic of China) was founded on October 1, 1949, with a ceremony celebrating the forming of the Central People's Government taking place in Tiananmen Square on the same day. The first public parade of the new People's Liberation Army took place there, following the address by the country's first Chairman Mao Zedong officially declaring the formal establishment of the Republic. The Central People's Government passed the Resolution on the National Day of the People's Republic of China on December 2, 1949, and declared that October 1 is the National Day.
•••• It is undisputable that China has grown in a shortest period of time since its 'open door policy' into a global power. Troy Cory was among the first international entertainers and the first American entertainer to perform in the People's Republic of China, appearing at the 1988 Shanghai TV Festival, and continuing over the following years his multi-city stage performances in Beijing, Anshan, Harbin, Fouzhou, Guangzhou, and as far as Longyang bordering Guangdong to the south.
•••• Back then, there were no high rise buildings, few cars and bicycles still covering the streets and the airports in Shanghai and Beijing unimpressive constructions. A small banner on arrival announced "Welcome to Beijing." Houses in narrow lanes were small and people's dress was modest and in muted colors. Wherever we went there was a group of Chinese officials always accompanying us and showing up in the hotel for meetings at unannounced times.
•••• Troy had the time of his life performing in front of 20,000 or more and his performances at the Shanghai TV festival being televised on national Television CCTV. A crowd of concert goers were anxiously waiting outside for autographs and often after the performance he was led out at different exits of the round concert hall. Not to forget this was late 80s and early 90s and audiences were eager to hear a singer from the United States. The Chinese were unforgettably hospitable to us, and treated the Shanghai TV Festival performers with a lit up Bund, the waterfront promenade by the Huangpu river. I am grateful for the experience of a "former China," and to have been able to see a side of China before its meteoric rise to an industrial powerhouse and the world' second-largest economy.
•••• We could see a change already unfolding during our China tours in 2000 and 2004, and back 1997, when attending a press conference Al Gore was holding in Beijing before we travelled on to Shanghai to climb the Shanghai Television Tower for the first time when it just opened to the public.
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106- "Right to Be Forgotten" ruling marks Google victory
••The EU Court of Justice ruled on Tuesday, September 24th on the U.S. tech giant's follow-up fight with a French data-protection regulator over whether the right should apply globally and where to draw the line between privacy and freedom of speech.
"The right to be forgotten"(RTBF) online does not extend beyond the borders of the European Union, the bloc's highest court has ruled in a major victory for Google.
•••• The Alphabet Inc. unit was challenging the French authority's order to remove, on demand, links on all its platforms worldwide if they lead to websites that contain out-of-date or false information that could unfairly harm a person's reputation and whether the right should apply globally and where to draw the line between privacy and freedom of speech.
•••• For Google, the fate of the internet was at stake. The 2014 ruling already forces it to offer different search results in Europe than in the rest of the world. The French regulator, CNIL, says Google should purge those results globally. The company and its supporters, including press freedom groups, have warned that internet freedom would be brushed aside if less democratic parts of the world embraced the same policy.
•••• It however said search engines must "seriously discourage" internet users from going onto non-EU versions of their pages to find that information.
•••• "The balance between right to privacy and protection of personal data, on the on hand, and the freedom of information of internet users, on the other, is likely to vary significantly around the world," the court said in a statement on the decision. The right to be forgotten was not an absolute right, the court said, and had to be balanced against other fundamental rights, in accordance with proportionality.
•••• Privacy campaigners hailed " a victory for global freedom of expression", while Google welcomed the court's decision.
•••• The case originated in a dispute between Google and the French privacy regulator CNIL, which in 2015 called for the firm to globally remove links to pages containing damaging or false information about a person.
•••• Google introduced a geo-blocking feature in 2016 following year, which stopped European users from being able to see delisted links. However, it resisted censoring search results for people in other parts of the world, challenging a (£88,376) fine the National Commission on Informatics and Liberty (CNIL) tried to impose.
•••• The technology firm argued that, if this rule were applied outside Europe, the obligation could be abused by authoritarian governments trying to cover up human rights abuses.
•••• Google says it has received 845,501 "right to be forgotten" requests in the past five years, leading to the removal of 45% of the 3.3m links referred to in the requests. Although the content itself remains online, it cannot be found through online searches of the individual's name.
•••• The 2014 ruling related to a test case brought by a Spanish man after he failed to secure the deletion of an auction notice of his repossessed home dating from 1998 on a Catalan website.
•••• Google won the backing of the ECJ court adviser Maciej Szpunar earlier this year, who said the right to be forgotten should be enforced only in Europe and not globally. Judges follow such non-binding opinions in four out of five cases.
•••• The US firm was also supported by Microsoft, Wikipedia's owner the Wikimedia Foundation, and the non-profit Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press, among others.
•••• Google had previously warned of the dangers of overreach by Europe. In a blogpost two years ago, the company said there should be a balance between sensitive personal data and the public interest and that no one country should be able to impose its rules on citizens of another.
•••• Peter Fleischer, Google's senior privacy counsel, said: "Since 2014, we've worked hard to implement the right to be forgotten in Europe, and to strike a sensible balance between people's rights of access to information and privacy. It's good to see that the court agreed with our arguments."
•••• Google and rival search engines will have to take measures, the ECJ said, to "effectively prevent or, at the very least, seriously discourage" users in the EU from using other versions of its site to access removed content.
•••• Thomas Hughes, executive director of the freedom of expression organisation Article 19, described the ruling as a victory for global freedom of expression. "Courts or data regulators in the UK, France or Germany should not be able to determine the search results that internet users in America, India or Argentina get to see … It is not right that one country's data protection authorities can impose their interpretation on Internet users around the world." 'Right to be forgotten' on Google only applies in EU, court rules.
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114- Former ABC Broadcaster Sam Donaldson Remembers Cokie Roberts
September 18, 20195:07 AM ET
Heard on NPR Morning Edition

Cokie Roberts has died after an influential career covering Washington politics for NPR and ABC. NPR's Rachel Martin talks to Roberts' former This Week co-anchor Sam Donaldson about her legacy.
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Note: ABC Broadcaster Sam Donaldson who co-anchored This Week with Cokie Roberts, was the founder of of TELEvisionFILM Magazine / Television Int'l Magazine. April 1956 TVI debuted it's first edition with offices at 1580 Crossroad of the World, Hollywood, CA.

Later Donaldson, served as reporter and news anchor with ABC News from 1967 to 2013. He is best known as the network's White House Correspondent (from 1977-89 and 1998-99) and as a panelist and later co-anchor of the network's Sunday program, "This Week."

Donaldson appeared as a panelist on the Sunday morning television program This Week with David Brinkley from its inception in 1981 and after Brinkley's retirement in 1996, he co-anchored the This Week program with Cokie Roberts until Sept. 2002. He still occasionally serves as a panelist on This Week.
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114- Cokie Roberts Died (Dec. 27, 1943 - Sept. 17, 2019)
•••• Friends, family, reporters and politicians gathered Saturday in downtown Washington, D.C., to remember journalist Cokie Roberts.
•••• The funeral mass took place at the Cathedral of St. Matthew the Apostle, the site of President John F. Kennedy's funeral in 1963. Every fall, it hosts the Red Mass, which marks the beginning of a new Supreme Court term
•••• Roberts died Tuesday at age 75 of complications from breast cancer. She had covered and commented on politics for NPR since 1978 and spent decades working for ABC News as well, including several years co-hosting the Sunday morning political show This Week.
••••Roberts is remembered as a pioneer in broadcast journalism -- a field that, when she started, had very few on-air roles for women.
•••• Her funeral Mass was broadcast on C-SPAN and was livestreamed on both NPR and ABC from the Cathedral of St. Matthew the Apostle, symbolic of the towering legend in media and Washington, D.C., circles Roberts was.
••••Roberts' grew up splitting time between Washington, D.C., and Louisiana. Her father, Thomas Hale Boggs Sr., served as majority leader of the U.S. House and served in Congress for more than three decades before he disappeared on a campaign flight in Alaska in 1972.
••••Lindy Claiborne Boggs, Cokie's mother, was elected to her husband's seat and served for 17 years. Boggs also served as U.S. ambassador to the Vatican.
••••NPR is remembering Roberts on Saturday afternoon with a one-hour special broadcast airing on many public radio stations at 4 p.m. ET.
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106- Amazon facing antitrust probe by the FTC
•••• Amazon is reportedly facing a potential investigation of its marketplace by antitrust officials examining whether it's using its influence to hurt competition.
•••• According to Bloomberg, investigators with the Federal Trade Commission have started interviewing small businesses about how much revenue they make on Amazon versus other online marketplaces like Walmart or eBay.
•••• Several attorneys and at least one economist have been conducting interviews that typically last about 90 minutes and cover a range of topics, according to three merchants. All were asked what percentage of revenue their businesses derive from Amazon versus other online marketplaces like Walmart Inc. and EBay Inc., suggesting regulators are skeptical about Amazon's claims that shoppers and suppliers have real alternatives to the Seattle company.
•••• Antitrust experts quoted by Bloomberg claim the length of the interviews and the people involved suggest a serious probe of Amazon's business.
••••The FTC declined to comment on the report. Amazon declined to comment and pointed to a statement that Amazon consumer business chief Jeff Wilke made in June when asked about reports that the FTC was looking into Amazon. "We believe that most substantial entities in the economy deserve scrutiny," he said. "Our job is to build the kind of company that passes that scrutiny with flying colors."
•••• A reported probe comes as tech giants such as Amazon face increased scrutiny from lawmakers over their business practices. In July, the Justice Department said it was reviewing online platforms such as Amazon, Google, Facebook and Twitter over possible anti-competitive and anti-consumer actions.
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101- Ken Burns' "Country Music"documentary film to premiere Sept. 15 on PBS-SoCal
KenBurns108w.jpg••••••••• COUNTRY MUSIC, a new 8-part, 16-hour documentary film series directed by Ken Burns, written by Dayton Duncan and produced by Duncan, Julie Dunfey and Burns, will premiere September 15, 2019 on PBS stations nationwide.

•••• The documentary will feature never-before-seen footage and photographs, plus interviews with more than 100 country music artists. Viewers will hear the remarkable stories of the people and places behind a true American art form as the documentary, chronicles country music's early days, from Southern Appalachia's songs of struggle, heartbreak and faith to the rollicking Western swing of Texas, California's honky-tonks and Nashville's "Grand Ole Opry." Much like the music itself, the film tells unforgettable stories of hardships and joys shared by everyday people. 

Photo r: /KBurnsJC-TC200w.jpgJosie Cory and Troy Cory-Stubblefield covered a sneak preview event of the film "COUNTRY MUSIC' at the Autry Mueum, July 27, 2019. for TVI (Television Int'l Magazine). After attending a roundtable interview with Ken Burns and producers, Troy Cory asked Burns during the reception if he is working already on any new projects and "yes" he replied, "future projects include Ernest Hemingway, Muhammad Ali, the Holocaust and the United States, Benjamin Franklin, Lyndon B. Johnson, the American Buffalo, Leonardo da Vinci, the American Revolution, the history of crime and punishment in America, the history of Reconstruction, and Winston Churchill, among others."
•••• Unfortunately no project plans of American inventor, Nathan B. Stubblefield of Kentucky, who broadcast voice (not signals) in 1892 with his 'Hello Reiney' addressed to Reiney T. Wells, who later became president of Murray State University.
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107- Country Artist Jerry Wallace remembered by his friends, and fans, but not by the Country Music Association By Josie Cory
2010/Imagespeople/JerryWallaceThanksObit108w.jpgThe CMA failed to pay tribute the year Jerry Wallace passed away by mentioning his name during the 2008 Country Music Award ceremonies. Jerry's musical gift was enjoyed by millions of fans and this writer felt the unfairness to this artist by the omission of his mention during the CMA's "In Memoriam." What a minor effort it would have been for the Country Music Association to acknowledge this gifted singer with a well deserved albeit small credit.
••• What brought Jerry Wallace to mind is Ken Burns' recent broadcast of his 8 episode "Country Music" film, that dives deep into the roots and evolvement of country music with never-before-seen footage and photographs. Much like the music itself, the film tells unforgettable stories of hardships and joys shared by everyday people. Remarkable stories of the people and places behind a true American art form as the documentary, chronicles country music's early days, from Southern Appalachia's songs of struggle, heartbreak and faith to the rollicking Western swing of Texas, California's honky-tonks and Nashville's "Grand Ole Opry."
••• A documentary eight years in the making and and looked forward to by many with anticipation, the film did not fail to impress. Millions joined the viewing sharing the sentiment of Meredith Vieira when she stated "I watch all things Burns."
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First Country Music album by 25 great country music artists
Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum
• • The original Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum opened on Music Row (Music Square East and Division Street) on April 1, 1967. The LP record album was produced and released to help honor those artists pictured on front.
• • On behalf of the Country Music Association, it was Martin Gilbert and Troy Cory with the help of Jerry Wallace who selected both the Nashville recordings on the album, which included, non-Nashvillians: Lefty Frizzell, Tex Ritter, and Merle Travis.
• • As Jerry put it, "to add variety to the 25 all-Nashville related group of singers." Jerry along with Bob Wills and the Texas Playboys songs were not included on the album, which was one of the reasons why each track was edited to add a couple of non-Nashville country artists.
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Jerry's big hits in the 60s were,"Primrose Lane" was a top five million-seller, "There She Goes," - "Shutters And Boards" - "In The Misty Moonlight" - "Life's Gone And Slipped Away" all Top 20 singles.
• • Jerry was a big help to me at the time when I was promoting my Nashville single, "I Put your Picture Back in my Wallet," and "This One's On the House," said Troy Cory. We hit all the radio stations in town while he tried to show me how to pluck a record. An introduction by Jerry meant a guaranteed sure "play with his DJ buddies."
"Country Doctor Prescribes City Music"
• • Many musical evenings were spent at our Hollywood Hills home, when Jerry brought his musician friends like, Freddie Hart, Ray Peterson, the 'Queen Mother of Nashville,' Mae Axton, Stuart Hamlin, Chill Wills, and Hoyt Axton. It was during that time Jerry became the co-producer of the Country Hall of Fame LP record album, and helped in the choosing of the group of country stars selected as "Hall of Fame" honoraries.
vra681200LPDocCory108w.jpg• • Troy's Specialty Records and Mercury Records chart hits in the 60s, included: "Little Pink Toe," "Just One More Chance," and "Suzy McGregor." Jerry's music producer, Joe Johnson, the owner of Challenge Records, died of the results from a fall from a 7-story Nashville building. Troy later was on the BBC label.
• • In 1961, the CMA announced the creation of the Country Music Hall of Fame. The first three inductees, Jimmie Rodgers, Fred Rose and Hank Williams, were announced at a CMA banquet in November of said year. Bronze plaques, with the facial likeness and a thumbnail biography of each new member were cast in bas relief. They were unveiled at the Grand Ole Opry by Ernest Tubb. These plaques, and those for subsequent Hall of Fame inductees, were displayed in the Tennessee State Museum in Nashville until 1967.
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101- Troy Cory, First American to perform on Stage in China, PRC

Shanghai TV Festival
Troy Cory & The Brook Sisters

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101- KCET's Award-Winning News Documentary Series SOCAL CONNECTED Returns Oct. 15 With New Episodes Highlighting Ten Seasons of Change-Making Journalism
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New Season Premieres with a Deep Dive Into Southern California's Recycling Crisis
BURBANK, Calif. &endash; Sept. 12 - Emmy award-winning weekly half-hour news documentary series SOCAL CONNECTED will premiere eight new episodes this season starting Tues., Oct. 15 at 8 p.m. on KCET in Southern California with encores airing one week later on PBS SoCal at 7 p.m. The new season includes a look at the recycling crisis, public beach access, racial tensions as well as the local track and field scene. 
•••• Following the broadcast, each episode will stream at kcet.org/socalconnected and on the free PBS Video app (available on Roku, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, the App Store and Google Play), as well as on YouTube.

Upcoming episodes of SOCAL CONNECTED include (subject to change):
"Life in Plastic: California's Recycling Woes" Tues., Oct. 15 at 8 p.m. (PREMIERE)
A deep dive into California's struggling recycling industry reveals a 30-year corporate lobbying strategy to keep the myth of plastic recycling alive and well.
Producer: Gina Pollack

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New Season of KCET's LOST LA explores LA region's hidden pastwith Untold History of Griffith Park, Prohibition Tunnels, Mount Wilson Observatory and More
Fourth Season of Historical Documentary Series Premieres October 15
••• BURBANK, Calif. -- Sept. 13, 2019 - KCET, a producer of award-winning and diverse original content for public media, announced today the return of the Emmy® -winning historical documentary series LOST LA, a co-production with the University of Southern California Libraries. Public historian and writer Nathan Masters of the USC Libraries returns as Host with untold histories behind Griffith Park, Manzanar, Los Angeles' prohibition tunnels, architect Paul Revere Williams, the Shindana Toy Company and the Mount Wilson Observatory. Now in its fourth season, LOST LA explores our region's hidden past through documents, photos and other rare artifacts from California libraries and archives. Season four of LOST LA premieres on Tues., Oct. 15 at 8:30 p.m. on KCET in Southern California with encores airing one week later on PBS SoCal at 7:30 p.m.
•••• Following the broadcast, each episode will stream at kcet.org/lostla and on the free PBS Video app (available on Roku, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, the App Store and Google Play), as well as on YouTube and Amazon Prime.
•••• LOST LA originally premiered as a series on KCET in January of 2016 based on an "online to on-air" incubation model where high-trafficked web content was produced for broadcast. Since then, the series has continued to challenge the assumption that Los Angeles is a city without a history. Instead, LOST LA offers a history of Southern California that is not often told, or has been forgotten, bringing primary sources of Los Angeles history to the screen and connecting them to the Los Angeles of today.
The episodes will be telecast as follows (subject to change):
"Griffith Park" &endash; Tues., Oct. 15
Explore one of the nation's largest municipal parks and discover how it hasn't always lived up to its founder's vision of a public recreation ground for all.
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115- MIPCOM- "The World's Entertainment Content Market
Across All Platforms"
LEGENDARY SHOWRUNNER DARREN STAR NAMED FOR MIPCOM'S MEDIA MASTERMIND KEYNOTE LINE UP
•••• Paris - September 17, 2019 - Reed MIDEM announced world-renowned creator and executive producer Darren Star as the first in its line-up of Media Mastermind Keynotes at MIPCOM 2019. The session will be moderated by Jill Offman, Executive Vice President of Paramount Network International and Comedy Central International.
•••• MIPCOM, the world's entertainment content market, takes place in Cannes from 14-17 October 2019. Under the umbrella theme "The Streaming Offensive" , the conference will bring sharp focus to the seismic changes in global distribution models, their impact on content production and licensing, and the global response to the direct-to-consumer challenge. 
•••• Darren Star is the creator of the current smash hit series Younger which recently wrapped its sixth season on Viacom's TV Land and was picked up for a record-breaking seventh season set to debut next year.  He is now in production on his new Paramount Network series Emily in Paris starring Golden Globe-nominated actress and author, Lily Collins.  Star is the creator and executive producer of three of the last decade's most popular television phenomena: Beverly Hills 90210, Melrose Place and the three-time Golden Globe® and Emmy® Award-winning HBO comedy series Sex and the City.  In each series, Star's multi-dimensional characters, captivating settings and layered plot lines hooked viewers, and became significant elements of contemporary pop culture.
•••• Star's Media Mastermind Keynote, bringing his perspective on creativity in the post-linear world to "The Streaming Offensive" theme, will take place on Tuesday 15 October in the Grand Auditorium (Palais des Festival, Cannes).
•••• Darren Star joins James Farrell, Head of International Originals for Amazon Studios; Farhad Massoudi, CEO/Founder and Adam Lewinson, Chief Content Officer of TUBI; Twitter's Kay M. Madati, Global VP and Head of Content Partnership; Max Conze, CEO of ProSiebenSat.1; Bibiane Godfroid, CEO, Newen; Maria Kyriacou, President, ITV Studios International and Jed Mercurio, Screenwriter and Showrunner announced as keynote speakers for MIPCOM 2019.
• About Reed MIDEM - Founded in 1963, Reed MIDEM is an organiser of professional, international markets that are essential business platforms for key players in the sectors concerned. These sectors are MIPTV, MIPDOC, MIPCOM, MIPJUNIOR in Cannes, MIP China in Hangzhou and MIP Cancun in Mexico for the television and digital content industries; MIDEM in Cannes for music professionals; Esports BAR in Cannes and in Miami for the esports business; MIPIM in Cannes, MIPIM UK in London, MIPIM Asia Summit in Hong Kong and MIPIM PropTech Summit in New York for the real estate industry; MAPIC in Cannes, MAPIC Russia in Moscow, MAPIC Italy in Milan, MAPIC China Summit in Shanghai and IRF brought by MAPIC in Mumbai for the retail real estate sector.
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101-"NIGHTSHIFT" documentary to air on KCET just after Labor Day
The Documentary Follows Five Angelenos Whose Workday Starts While the City Sleeps

Burbank, Calif. -- KCET, a producer of award-winning and diverse original content for public media, and Artifact Nonfiction, an award-winning documentary content studio, announced today a new hour-long documentary called NIGHTSHIFT that follows five Los Angeles residents in their routines as night shift workers. The filmmakers take viewers on an intimate and atmospheric journey to the world of people who work while the city sleeps to explain why jobs like these are growing. Set to premiere just after Labor Day, the co-production NIGHTSHIFT premieres Tues., Sept. 3 at 8 p.m. PT on KCET in Southern California and Wed., Sept. 8 at 7 p.m. ET/PT on Link TV nationwide (DirecTV channel 375 and DISH Network channel 9410).
•••• Following the broadcast, each episode will stream at kcet.org/nightshift and on the free KCET app (available on Roku and Apple TV), the PBS Video app (available on Roku, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, the App Store and Google Play), as well as on YouTube.
•••• While most of us are sleeping, nearly 15 million Americans are heading off to work. NIGHTSHIFT immerses viewers in the diverse experiences of five of those workers over the course of a single night and a day, showing what each of them does to keep the 24-hour economy running. Along the way, they share their feelings about their own lives, and make observations about issues that impact us all. The documentary also explores the reasoning behind their choice to clock in as the sun sets, each explaining their role in their communities, the necessity of their occupations and why the usual nine-to-five workday is not an option for them.
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Subjects featured in the documentary:
•••• Harriet Hayes is a baker with Bub and Grandma's, a wholesale artisanal bread bakery in Silver Lake.
•••• Vincent Marsala, a marine veteran, works as a night shift superintendent at LA Stadium, the new home of the Los Angeles Rams and Los Angeles Chargers.
•••• Veronica Lagunas works as a nighttime janitor at an office building in downtown Los Angeles.
•••• Carlos Franco is the owner/operator of a family-run, wholesale produce stall at the downtown 7th Street Market.
•••• Katheryn Cabanillas is a divorced single mom with four kids who has worked with UPS for 16 years.
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SANTA MONICA, October 2, 2017 -- Tom Petty dies
Imagestcs/Rosevine108w.jpgSpecial Report by Troy Cory
•••• Troy Cory's Vine Street Video Center was Tom Petty's first choice to produce his first music videos in May of 1978. Other top rock artists such as Jackson Brown, Rod Stewart, Joni Mitchell, Warren Zevon, and Randy Meisner (the Eagles) also produced their first music videos at Troy Cory's Vine Street Stage in the late 70s.
•••In 2002, Petty was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
•••• Petty had just completed an extensive tour to mark the Heartbreakers' 40th anniversary. It concluded Sept. 25 with a three-night homecoming stand that sold out at the Hollywood Bowl. Click for More tviStory 114-s90- Tom Petty Dies

101- Troy Cory, First American to perform on Stage in China, PRC
101- Cory's Road to China

Troy Cory was among the first international entertainers and the first American entertainer to perform in the People's Republic of China, beginning in 1988. In itself a notable culture-historical feat, in view of China's closed door policies of the late 70s and well into the 80s. The PRC's administrative climate in comparison is much less restrictive now and China's open door policy enables many entertainers to introduce themselves to the populace Chinese audiences.
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