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It’s Jeff Goldblum’s world — we just live in it. That’s pretty much the premise behind The World According to Jeff Goldblum, a new reality documentary series now up and streaming on just launched Disney +. Goldblum, of course, is the ever stylish actor familiar to millions from The Lost World film franchise but also

You’ve been reading about it for weeks and months: Disney and Apple are going to change television forever with big money streaming services bent on curbing Netflix’s grip on world markets. Still, it all comes down to the shows. Do these new services have the content goods? Look for the new titles among the many

Over the past five years I’ve had the great good fortune to spend this week in the south of France, attending the annual international TV marketplace known as MIPCOM. I’ve truly valued that perspective, occasionally through the good graces of Canadian government agencies, on the rapidly changing business of worldwide content marketing. Also, the view

Earlier this week I spoke with CHML’s afternoon host Scott Thompson about Disney’s US$71 billion acquisition of 21st Century Fox, an entertainment industry power move that took two years to finalize. Besides the movie division and access to films such as “Avatar,” “Titanic” and “Deadpool,” Fox’s TV holdings are vast and international. They include Twentieth

PASADENA, Ca. — “The most fearless originals are on FX.” That tag line played Friday morning at the end of an FX clip reel heading into CEO John Landgraf’s executive session. It certainly applies to FX programming, but it also sends a message Landgraf was careful to plant before reporters:  the notion that in the