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Realscreen January/February 2019

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005 CONTENTS JANUARY + FEBRUARY 2019 FIRST LOOK Tackling ethics of true crime content; Brent Montgomery Q&A; John Smithson on the doc boom REBIRTH OF LIVE Live unscripted programming is back in a big way. But is it here to stay? TRAILBLAZERS/YEAR IN REVIEW The people and companies who forged exciting paths in 2018 for the non-fi ction content world, and a look at the trends, triumphs and challenges of the year that was. THE ARCHIVE ROUNDTABLE Top archive researchers and producers dish on the push for premium content, the doc resurgence, and more. SPOTLIGHT: FLY ON THE WALL ENTERTAINMENT A look behind the curtain of the Big Brother production house as it celebrates 10 years of building buzz. THE FINAL CUT What we loved to watch in 2018. 13 23 30 51 59 63 ON THE COVER CNN talent and content development EVP Amy Entelis is one of the execs powering documentary's box offi ce and broadcast renaissance. ALSO: Look for your copy of the Realscreen Awards program, inside this issue! JAN/FEB 2019 JAN/FEB 2019 CANADA POST AGREEMENT NUMBER 40050265 PRINTED IN CANADA USPS AFSM 100 Approved Polywrap A PUBLICATION OF BRUNICO COMMUNICATIONS LTD. ALSO: LIVE TV'S RENAISSANCE | ARCHIVE ROUNDTABLE US $7.95 USD Canada $8.95 CDN Int'l $9.95 USD Trailblazers: CNN's AMY ENTELIS on documentary's box offi ce boom and cable cachet On Her Shoulders, the story of Iraqi human rights activist Nadia Murad (pictured), was one of our faves for 2018. 63

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