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A new magazine from the publisher of KidScreen

Brunico Communications, publisher of KidScreen, is launching its second international trade magazine, called RealScreen. The first issue launches at MIPCOM this fall....
July 1, 1997

Brunico Communications, publisher of KidScreen, is launching its second international trade magazine, called RealScreen. The first issue launches at MIPCOM this fall.

Like KidScreen, RealScreen will have an international scope, focusing on coverage of documentary and other forms of non-fiction programming.

‘RealScreen is a very exciting new product for Brunico, and it fits very well within our growth strategy,’ says Kathy Hamill, vice president and group publisher of Toronto-based Brunico.

‘We look forward to serving the international broadcast and production community with a focus on another growing and exciting niche.’

RealScreen’s publisher is Shelley Middlebrook, the executive editor is Mary Maddever and the editor is Mary Ellen Armstrong. Diane Rankin is the account manager. All are based in the Toronto office of Brunico.

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