Forthcoming Issues


TBI April/May – MIPTV issue

Including:

  • The TBI Interview: an interview with a key international TV figure
  • TBI @ 30: International TV’s premiere publisher celebrates three decades of coverage with a look back at the moments that have defined the industry
  • The fight for funding: where companies are going to find financial security or get shows commissioned and retain rights? TBI talks with producers, funds and broadcasters about new models in TV
  • Mediawan – France’s new consolidator: an in-depth interview with the biggest new player in the French market. Who is next on its acquisitions list?
  • The TBI Drama Survey: what do key players think about the international scripted market? Our exclusive data reveals all
  • The women are in charge: a host of female-led prodcos are launching, changing business models and even the motivation for new programming. TBI speaks with influential women making moves
  • The new commissioners – SVOD: while Netflix, Amazon and Hulu have established their production credentials, others are pushing into the space. TBI speaks with these upstart players

+ regulars

Distributed at MIPTV; NEM

Ad deadline: 20 March
Published: 4 April

TBI Scripted April

Including:

  • The TBI Scripted interview: an interview with a major figure in scripted television
  • Acquired taste: with original programming more important to networks and services than ever, what role does the simple acquisition play in drama? Where are distributors selling, and who is buying? TBI investigates
  • On location: TBI heads to Lapland to meet the people behind icy thriller drama Arctic Circle
  • Das Boot report: a report on television’s first remake of the seminal German war movie in more than 30 years
  • Troy – Fall of a City: the stars, writer and producers behind new BBC and Netflix Greek myth-inspired swords ‘n’ sandals drama tell TBI about their motivations
  • Script doctors: who are the writers executives turn to in moments of need, or a sprinkle of gold that turns a script from mediocre to mega? TBI finds out

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Distributed at MIPTV; Series Mania

Ad deadline: 20 March
Published: 4 April

TBI Kids April/May

Including:

  • Hot Picks: ten of the top new kids series hitting the market at MIPTV
  • TBI Kids Interview: a top television executive reveals their views on the children’s television market
  • Kids TV is dead, long live kids TV: studies this year reveal kids are officially no longer watching most of their TV shows through television. TBI looks at the future of the traditional TV set in children’s media

Distributed at MIPTV; Cartoons on the Bay; Annecy

Ad deadline: 20 March
Published: 4 April

TBI Factual April/May

Including:

  • Sports docs – winners and losers: with the football World Cup coming to Russia in July, TBI looks at the squad of sports doc series that have been finding audiences on TV networks and SVOD services
  • Hot Picks: a run down of the best new docs and factual series on the international market
  • Pod deals: podcasting is providing a rich stream of original topics for TV documentarians to mine. TBI talks to the companies behind the oft-DIY medium

Distributed at MIPTV; MIPDoc

Ad deadline: 20 March
Published: 4 April

TBI Formats April/May

Including:

  • Hot Picks: from the wackiest new ideas to series from classic format genres, TBI picks the shows that will be travelling the world in 2018
  • Reality stars: profiles of five top reality TV players – what drives their vision and what are they planning next?
  • Italian formats: new companies and changes at established players are piquing interest in Italian formats. TBI speaks to those making a difference

Distributed at MIPTV; MIPFormats

Ad deadline: 20 March
Published: 4 April

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