New Blog: NATPE 365 Launches on TVWeek.com

Jul 14, 2008  •  Post A Comment

TVWeek.com welcomes a new blog to its roster of industry insiders: “NATPE 365,” with year-round updates from the National Association of Television Program Executives.
NATPE’s annual heyday is its conference in January, but the association is busy all year long. In the new “NATPE 365” blog, syndication executives and association members weigh in on the organization and the business it helps support.
For the inaugural posts, NATPE President-CEO Rick Feldman and Co-Chair Kevin Beggs write about NATPE’s past and present.
Currently on NATPE’s plate is the upcoming LATV Fest, a three-day gathering featuring producer panels and digital discussion. Mr. Feldman also offers TVWeek readers a 30% discount on all-access passes to the festival, held July 30-August 1 in Los Angeles.
Mr. Beggs waxes nostalgic about NATPE’s lively days in the mid-’90s, which included a lot of Hulk Hogan and “Thunder Girls” in Miami. Since then the organization continues to be one of the most important facilitators for syndication success.
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