Television Business International

TBI December 2016/January 2017

TBI-DecJan17_OFC_232This month’s issue includes

Year in review: The great and the good of the international TV world talk to TBI about the events that shaped theirt part of the business in 2016, and the trends that will define 2017

Prison sells: With a raft of scripted and unscripted series exploring the world of prison, Andy Fry goes behind bars to find out what’s working around the world in jail-related programming

NATPE Hot Picks: Shiny-floor formats, gameshow reboots, singing talent shows and more feature, as we select some of the best new shows buyers will get to see at NATPE Miami this year

Is Netflix out of control?: New research suggests Netflix’s content spend is not sustainable. TBI delves into the analysis from Ovum and asks whether the SVOD giant is out of control

Keshet’s Latin dance: Keshet International’s Kelly Wright tells Stewart Clarke about the company’s freshly-minted Latin America production hub, Keshet MX, and the company’s wider plans in the region

Monitor: Story Lab: Part of the Dentsu Aegis advertising group, The Story Lab has made an aggressive move into original TV production. Michael Iskas explains the story so far and reveals plans for a move into drama

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