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Front Cover - TVI-67 November 28, 2004 / Josie Cory
NEWS OF THE WEEK - November 28th to December 3rd 2004

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Josie Cory, Publisher/ Chief Editor TVI Magazine
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TELEVISION INTERNATIONAL MAGAZINE - 1987

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Feature Story - The "Hands On" Publisher, Josie Cory
-----"Images" One of the changes in that made an impact on me in 1987, was the quote Al Preiss made just before he passed away in August of 1986. He stated that his TVI Magazine -- "was nothing but a service company that just happened to have a device to deliver a news service and advertising to his 16,000 subscribers." He was right" -- said Josie Cory, and for that reason alone, Josie started creating and using additional devices that could deliver tvinews and the message of its advertisers around the world - in splitting seconds. (Continue)

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About The Person Of The Week / TVI-67
Josie Cory
Publisher of TVI Magazine - Scholar / Founder of tvinews.net, Yes90.com vratv.com and Xingtv Networks, and co-founder of of Smart90, Vine Street Video Center and Signet TeleKey Banking Systems.
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NEEDED - A new face for the largest
single industry in the World - TV and Film! . . . a small screen -- Big Picture

----- Just before Al Preiss died in August of 1986, he admitted that TVI Magazine -- "was nothing more than a service company, that just happened to have a device to deliver a news service to Hollywood's biggest buyers of television advertising . . . that sold film products to his 16,000 main-trade subscribers around the world."
----- "Al was right on . . . when he stressed those above key words written in italics, said Josie Cory. My company bought TVI, and we immediately started combining news with our electromagnetic streaming devices."
----- Of course, the rest is history. TVI could deliver news fast and economically, and store more media on floppies disks for future use, than could ever be printed by existing news print disseminators. "That's when 'Television With No Borders' and 'Small Screen, Big Picture' came about. You can see what each page of my first computerized 74 page magazine production looked like, by clicking here."

As much a part of Hollywood as the big sign on the hill,
TVI has been reporting on the entertainment industry
for almost five decades.

----- In April 1956, Sam Donaldson and Al Preiss under DonPre Publishing Company published the debut issue of Television International Magazine (then TELEvisionFILM Magazine), one of the major entertainment industry trade papers in Hollywood. The office was located at 1580 Cross Roads of the World, Hollywood, California. Yearly subscription was $5.00 (Yes, Five Dollars!) and a single copy cost 50 cents.
----- Back then the four leading broadcasting trade magazines devoted less than nine percent (9%) of their total editorial content directly to television film in 1955 according to TELEvisionFILM Magazine research. The basis of this research was to point up the need for adequate editorial coverage of the television film industry.
----- Sam Donaldson in his 1956 headline article "1939" writes: "The history of a great industry is always interesting. Not only is it extremely revealing from a purely factual standpoint, it is usually a graphic tribute to a handful of men who had the gift of foresight and believed in the impossible. But history tends to become confused with time, events are all too quickly clouded if they are not recorded as they happen."
----- That does not much differ from what Robert Dowling, publisher of the Hollywood Reporter is saying some fifty years later, ". . . What is significant about the entertainment industry is that you can almost reach back and touch its origins." "TheReporter is no exception." Also no exception is the longevity endured Television International Magazine", says this writer.
----- Sam in his 1987 autobiography "Hold On Mr. President" recalls the beginning of Television International in just these words: " . . . After getting my B.A., I went to the University of Southern California for a year of postgraduate work. This time I worked hard but didn't stick to it. Instead, I started a magazine in Hollywood called Television Film with five thousand dollars and a friend named Al Preiss. We went first-class, letter press printing instead of offset, four-color ads instead of black and white.
----- It soon became evident that we needed fifty thousand dollars, not five. I sold my car to raise cash and took a job for a couple of weeks typing invoices at the Catalina Swim Suite factory, but it wasn't enough. Finally, I sold out to Al and went back spend the summer in El Paso before going into the army, as I was obligated to do. Al is still publishing the magazine under the name Television International Magazine."
----- The 6-feet-plus amiable and overtowering Preiss was a presence not to be missed at all the major program markets and industry conferences, domestic and abroad. He became a major player in Hollywood, launching the first Hollywood Festival of World Television in 1963. It was a grand exposition devoted to showing Hollywood what was being televised in other parts of the world.
----- The best and brightest television producers, executives and advertisers were chosen to judge outstanding television programs from all around the world. After an 11-year tenure, the last annual Festival was held in 1974.
----- TVI became a voice in the industry to be reckoned with, publishing out of the same offices off Hollywood Boulevard for more than a quarter of a century, and out of Pasadena, the following years. (Today, the offices are in Universal City.)
----- Preiss ran Television International until his untimely death in August 1986, when he suffered a heart attack while covering the Video Software Dealers Association convention in Las Vegas. His wife, and Associate Editor, Sylvia Preiss subsequently sold the paper in February 1987 to the Cory's, whereby Josie Cory became its editor-in-chief and publisher, a position she currently still holds.
----- Cory continued the founders' vision that the television film industry had needed a publication that would analyze and put into focus the news, issues and problems which particularly concern the production and distribution of film for television. She shared the founders' keen awareness of the kind of unprecedented impact television was to and continues to have on our lives, as she pioneered the magazine into the firewired digital era and media online service absolute nonexistent on TVI's radar screen when it was founded in 1956.
----- Cory says, "New technologies and the Internet medium have brought radical changes to the magazine publishing business, putting it in constant flux and evolution." By utilizing an "all-in-one" computer network connected by firewire, TVI was able to share its media storage content and was first to stream "packets" of information out to the Internet using its VATS Wi-Fi systems. Covering an array of integrated media beats, it is TVI's goal to make it easier for users to access current and archival material they want.
Television International Magazine was among
the early entertainment trades to go online.

----- Today Television International is owned by Universal City-based Television International Publications-TVIPublishing whose properties include Your Easy Search Internet companies: tvimagazine.com; tvinews.net; yes90.com; smart90.com; lookradio.com; vralogo.com; vratv.com; nbs100.com, and XingTv.com.

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Josie Cory, the Publisher
----- Josie Cory has been the publisher/editor of TVI Magazine, since 1987. Her life as a publisher/editor commenced when Josie bought the controlling interest of Television International Magazine in 1987.
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Ms. Cory was born in southern Germany, and brought up and educated in the Bavarian tradition, attending a private Catholic boarding school. "Be prepared for attacks on your faith and Teutonic principles," she was taught . . . so she was. Her liberal arts studies in the 1960s, brought her from the German "Hopfen" flat lands to Munich, England and to the U.S. for post graduate studies. She received her scholastic degrees, majoring in English and Spanish, from the Foreign Language Institute of the State Capitol Munich..
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Josie's early day ambitions as a linguist, was to become an interpreter and translator with noble institutions like the United Nations or other foreign diplomatic corps. But, being the in between spokesman and translator for high finance government officials, she continued her education in the field of finance, that lead her into the "cashless society" -- the era of the signet credit card.
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Her international telex and tele-key monetary banking experience and knowledge of four major languages, landed her first in London, the U.S. -- then off to Mexico, after she met her husband, Troy Cory-Stubblefield. In 1972, they were married in Pasadena, California, and immediately teamed - - to research and co-author several books about the history of wireless communication and banking.
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The books include: Clichés,What's Your Favorite Color, Bank of America, The Tortfeasor," The Smart-Daaf Boys: The History of Radio and Television, Reinventing Radio and Television with a Glossary and Rediscovering Radio With Documents - Published in 1993.
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Disappointments Are Great! . . . Follow the money, (published in 2003) and the Smart Daaf-Boys. All of the historical facts written and researched for the books were from original documents provided by Troy Cory-Stubblefield, and Bernard Stubblefield during the early part of their marriage while she helped raise Troy's four children.-----
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Her latest published work, (2012) is co-authored with her husband, Troy Cory, entitled "Wireless Telephone®™©-the Movie - The Deal To Steal."
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The book itself is a "Bibliothéque" of official recordations, historical timelines, and manuscripts, first written by Capt. Billy, (William Jefferson Stubblefield) in 1856-1860, and continued by Troy and Josie Cory-Stubblefield from 1972, to date to footnote key financial, communication, and historical timeline issues.
----- The self-styled NBS legacy archivist, has since 1973 been the primary watch-dog over the original hand-written and published works of Nanthan B. Stubblefield, the inventor of the wireless telephone.
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Ms. Cory's biggest rewards, as the publisher for TVI, is to travel annually to her favorite European places, Cannes, Munich and Milan. Josie personally covers the Munich Film Festival, MP3, MIP, MIPCOM and MIFED markets with Troy. It was in Cannes, that prompted her to write the Ah . . . France about the jewel by the Mediterranean sea; and the world of the Internet. It's the spiritual grave yard for the truth, lies, and exaggerations of history, told by whistle blowers.

-ByLines: Editors Note
----- "Rupert Murdoch was selected by Josie as TVI's first POW in 1987, and it was my first "hands-on" publication", said TVI Josie Cory, during the interview for the Murdoch Byline Story. "After taking over the magazine from Al Preiss, (see page 18, "Tribute To A Publisher"), I needed something hot . . . like Fox and the emerging Internet and computers."
----- So . . . beginning with her first first TVI Issue in 1987, Josie Cory utilized the same devices as VRAtv, Rosemont and Vine Street Video Center were using to shoot and edit video programing with newly designed desk-top computers. The VRA wireless telecast system and a land-line telephone networking system, called VATS, was used to video tape remote locations around Rosemont. The studio's key to success, was secrecy. It was a remarkable place to work, create and live in.
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---""It was a mini Wi-Fi Internet broadcasting research center. At the beginning we used only the Mac computer. It was the only one that could do the job. We used the Apple to create each printed issue as well as video tape our television series," said Josie for this Byline. With the help of a telephone line, we collected our articles via telefax and Timbuktu. Strange as it seems, what we did then, we do now, except from China. We followed the same trail that led others to the success of the wireless telephone and radio. As most students of wireless know, Troy's grandfather, Nathan B. Stubblefield, was the original patent holder and designer of the wireless telephone and the Internet system. See NBS100 and Firewire and Watermelons.
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By 1992, we were streaming video from Pasadena to Murray, Kentucky. We called it Lookradio. Today our readers get Internet-based VRA/TVI programs via Xingtv and VRAtv for the price of a subscription. Our WebAd advertisers, pick up the tab. "Our business model is based almost entirely on WebAds and the subscription revenues," said Mark Soval, vice president of corporate affairs of our TVI Hollywood-based company.
-----"It just goes to show you," says Troy about the TV and Film industry -- "NOTHING IN THIS WORLD IS PERMANENT" . . . so follow the money - - and take some advice from a dinner-time chat with "Stonehead" -- Disappointments Are Great! Follow the Money . . . the Internet and the Smart- Daaf Boys.

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