Music, film, broadcasting and theater industry trade publications published before 2015 including Variety, Billboard, Spin, The Hollywood Reporter, American Cinematographer, American Film, Picturegoer and more.
Includes full text of weekly Variety articles from July 19, 1993-present, and Daily Variety from April 27 1992-March 2013.
The news section delivers the full text of international, national and regional newspapers along with wire services, broadcast transcripts, magazines, and non-English language sources. The legal section contains U.S. Federal and state case law, codes, regulations, legal news, law reviews and international legal information. This includes Shepard's Citations for all U.S. Supreme Court cases back to 1789. The medical section supplies information from news and medical journals, and provides abstracts to medical news from Medline. The business section includes business news journals, company financial information, SEC filings and reports, and industry and market news.
Contains full text of Daily Variety articles from 2004-2013, and select articles only from weekly Variety.
This database combines over 30,000 sources from 200 countries, in 28 languages. Users have access to a wide range of information from newspapers, newswires, industry publications, websites, company reports, and more. The broad range of content provides both local insight and global perspective on business issues and current events – especially with regard to research requiring current information on companies, industries, and financial markets.
Each volume lists films released in the previous year, including a critical summary, a bibliography of other published reviews, and in some cases box office information. Volumes from 1982 through last year are in the reference area at call number PN 1993.3 .M34
Monthly trades magazine publishing reviews of major and independent film release, profiles of filmmakers and industry executives, articles on industry trends and new technologies, construction and design, theatre sound, equipment and concessions.
The International Film Business examines the independent film sector as a business, and addresses the specific skills and knowledge it demands. It describes both the present state of the industry, the significant digital and social media developments that are continuing to take place, and what changes these might effect.