Dom Serafini is the editor of VideoAge magazine and VideoAge Daily. He founded the main publication in 1981 in New York City and now it is the leading international TV trade magazine. Serafini introduced the concept of trade dailies during television markets in 1983. In the same year he began a campaign to change the name of "May Screenings" to the "L.A. Screenings," now accepted worldwide. Serafini is also a contributor to consumer publications in New York, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Montreal (Canada) and several in Italy and for the TV trade in Spanish for LATAM. He's the author of seven books.
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