You may have noticed that things look a little different at TBI Magazine. We are thrilled to usher in this year’s MIPTV with an extensive redesign of the publication – both in print and online. Our fresh new look – spearheaded by our talented, indefatigable art director Matthew Humberstone – better reflects our ambition to be your source for informed insight on all things screen.
We often write about the importance of presenting a well-defined brand in today’s media landscape, and recognise that we, in turn, need to make our own offering clear to readers and stakeholders.
As our 31-year-old brand moves forward, you can look to us for a curated offering that spans production, broadcasting, streaming and distribution. How do we set ourselves apart from our competitors? We go deep. TBI is focused in its coverage, and in addition to breaking stories and running the day’s top stories, we provide in-depth insight on the long-term issues that really matter as the industry continues to evolve. You’ll find our analysis in the TBI Daily as well as our TBI Weekly newsletter, distributed every Friday.
We are truly international, and while we use our London base as a prism to observe the industry, TBI exists to cover the global marketplace. Our core pillars of scripted, formats, factual and kids coverage strive to be as international as possible in scope, and we provide market-leading reportage of the activities of disruptive SVOD players, which are increasingly blurring the lines between global and local.
In the pages of our bumper MIPTV issue, which will shortly be online, you’ll notice some new features we’ve launched to mark the occasion. With major shifts underway in distribution, we gathered top execs to reflect on how they’re doing business differently in a lively roundtable discussion, while in One-to-One, two industry titans interview one another about the latest trends in global-facing drama. Soon, we will also be relaunching the TBI podcast.
If you don’t already, I invite you to sign up to our newsletter and magazine – both of which are currently free to access. And finally, on behalf of the entire team, thank you for your continued support of our magazine, and hope to see you in Cannes.