With this week’s annual National Association of Television Programming Executives (www.natpe.org) conference relocated from Las Vegas to Miami Beach, the event has taken on a more global flair. As one long-time attendee commented, “It feels more like MIP than NATPE.” That should be music to the ears of NATPE president Rick Feldman, who has struggled to “reinvent” the gathering of producers and distributors since its heyday when Wolfgang Puck served pizza to Columbia Tristar’s clients and friends and when celebrities held-forth in elaborate corporate booths seeking U.S. TV station distribution for their first-run and off-network series
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