Helpful links for the various areas of the on-air promotion and motion picture marketing industry.
Broadcasting & Cable
In print for almost 70 years, Broadcasting & Cable covers the television and radio business for the field's decision-makers.
Along with its continually updated web site and daily fax newsletters, Broadcasting & Cable tracks developments in law, regulation, finance, programming, advertising and technology.
While intended primarily for executives in the business, the magazine also serves as a window into the business for investors, government officials and consumers.
C21 provides The International Entertainment Community with the latest television programming news and analysis, delivering fresh perspective on a new breed of creative media business.
Design In Motion
Design In Motion is a site sponsored by BDA to promote the news and the award-winning spots in the industry.
Golden Trailer Awards
The award show dedicated to the trailer production and motion picture marketing industry. In addition to previewing the best trailers, the website offers plenty of helpful links, plus directory information.
Key Arts Awards
Considered the Oscars of the movie marketing community, The Hollywood Reporter Key Art Awards is the only international competition honoring individuals responsible for the design and creation of motion picture marketing materials, including posters, trailers, television spots, standees, as well as print, outdoor and internet advertising.
Multichannel News reports on breaking news relevant to the cable TV and telecommunications industries.
It provides comprehensive coverage of all programming, advertising, marketing, finance, broadband and government activities as they relate to cable TV operators and their suppliers, as well as related developments in broadcast, MDS, DBS, telco and home video.
A special section, Broadband Week, focuses on the technological changes in the converging telecom and cable broadcast markets.
The National Association of Broadcasters is a full-service trade association which represents the interests of free, over-the-air radio and television broadcasters.
A global, non-profit organization dedicated to the creation, development and distribution of televised programming in all forms, across all platforms.
Lists creative talents from every area: motion graphics, broadcast design, cinematography, and even photography.
Promax|BDA is a global, non-profit association dedicated to advancing the role and effectiveness of promotion, marketing and broadcast design professionals in the electronic media.
TelevisionWeek is regarded as a trusted source for the latest NATPE news and information. It is a weekly newspaper of broadcast, cable and interactive media.