From Youtube TV to VHS, via Princess Productions and the Finnish Film Foundation, it’s an eclectic selection for today’s Directors Digest. Read all the latest news and views below.
Could the launch of Youtube TV in the United States mean the days of cable television are numbered? (Filmtake)
Endemol Shine Group calls time on Princess Productions, Broadcast reports. (Paywall)
Leading producers Stephen Garrett and Frank Spotnitz issued a warning about the UK TV industry. (ScreenDaily)
Denmark and China have signed a co-production deal, ScreenDaily reports.
The Finnish Film Foundation has elected Sarita Koskelin and Kari Paljakka as its new Feature Film Commissioners. (ScreenDaily)
Stephen Follows looks at the numbers behind Netflix original movies.
Paramount’s China partners are now financing thirty percent of their slate, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
And finally, the Guardian brings us this love letter to VHS.
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