Broadcast & Cable
Broadcasting & Cable (B&C), is the leading voice of the television industry, serving the broadcast, cable and program syndication communities. B&C’s editorial covers the spectrum of broadcast, cable, satellite, telco, advertising, multimedia, broadband, and other emerging technologies. It provides our readers and advertisers with a trusted, authoritative and respected environment to build their brands and enhance their position in the marketplace. B&C’s readers include executives at TV stations, TV networks, cable systems and networks, major media companies, ad agencies, packaged goods manufacturers and professionals in the government sector related to the television industry including Congress and the FCC.
Digital Video and Video Edge
Digital Video and Video Edge have now been integrated into Creative Planet Network to provide a full spectrum of engaging, interactive technology-focused content, in-depth reviews, expert guidance, and tutorials alongside editorial that follows the creative process addressing, project challenges and showcasing compelling work.
MovieMaker Magazine is the nation’s leading resource on the art and business of making movies and the world’s most widely read independent film magazine.
For over 30 years, Multichannel News reaches 18,800 industry professionals in the cable television and telecommunications business with an editorial focus on programming, advertising, marketing, finance, technology, broadband, and government activities for the worldwide multichannel industries. Its readers include executives at cable television networks, multiple cable system operators (MSOs), independent cable system operators, satellite and wireless companies, telcos, and suppliers of technology equipment throughout the industry.
Produced by is produced by the PGA. The Producers Guild of America is a non-profit trade organization that represents, protects and promotes the interests of all members of the producing team in film, television and new media. The Producers Guild works to protect the careers of producers and improve the producing community at large by facilitating health benefits for members, encouraging the enforcement of workplace labor laws and sustainable practices, creating fair and impartial standards for the awarding of producing credits, and hosting educational opportunities for new and experienced producers alike.
For more than 30 years, TV Technology has been the professional video industry’s first source of news analysis, trend reports, and the latest product and technology information. The Verified Audit circulation ensures that you reach over 30,000 video equipment buyers in the broadcast, cable, production, post production, corporate and new media markets.
Welcome to Videomaker, the premiere magazine for professional and hobbyist videography! Videomaker Magazine was founded in 1986, shortly after the very first personal camcorders hit the market. Since then, we’ve been helping creative people make better video by providing the latest news in video trends, training and technology. As camcorders have gone from unwieldy behemoths retailing for small fortunes to palm-sized cameras affordable to anyone, Videomaker has kept pace with changing times. From reviews of the newest video-making hardware and software to practical how-to guides on putting together your own documentary or horror film, you’ll find everything you need to make quality video within our pages.