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TBI Scripted April/May 2022

The latest Scripted issue includes Dreaming big Nick Edwards takes a deep dive into South Korea’s scripted production industry to find out what makes it tick Breaking the mould There is growing global demand for female-led and produced drama. Helen Dugdale discovers what is fuelling this surge In development: Uncovering Paradys Richard Middleton talks to […]

TBI Kids April/May 2022

The latest Kids issue includes Re-connecting With linear viewership declining among teens, Mark Layton talks to the BBC, CBC and Snap about how they’re appealing to this audience Casting a net Netflix’s Alexi Wheeler shares his original children’s content ambitions and shares what’s currently proving popular for the streamer Feeding the hungry beast As HBO […]

TBI April/May 2022

This bumper MIPTV issue includes The TBI Interview: For all the people France TV’s Manuel Alduy reveals how the pubcaster is embracing international coproductions to entice viewers All eyes on NFTs From Banijay to Beta Film, Tim Dams explores the opportunities being opened up for TV firms by the fast-changing NFT market New horizons Marie-Agnés […]

TBI February/March 2022 – London Screenings

If you would like to receive a hard copy of forthcoming issues of TBI, delivered to your door, please complete this short form. To download a pdf or to view the issue online, click the button below The issue includes; London Screenings map Check out where and when everything is happening during London Screenings with […]

TBI December 2021/January 2022

If you would like to receive a hard copy of this and forthcoming issues of TBI, delivered to your door, please complete this short form. To download a pdf or to view the issue online, click the button below The issue includes; TBI interview: Dancing to a new beatGloboplay’s Ana Carolina Lima tells Richard Middleton […]

TBI’s Content Innovation Awards 2021

We are delighted to introduce you to the winners of TBI’s Content Innovation Awards 2021, as we celebrate the best programming, producers, distributors and innovators in the global TV industry. Our sector has, of course, faced huge challenges during this most extraordinary of years but it has been incredible to watch businesses respond so quickly […]

TBI Kids October/November 2021

Animated about Africa Eyes are turning to Africa for new kids and animation content. Mark Layton finds out what is attracting the big players to the continent Why anime has become hot property TBI digs into what is driving rising global demand for anime and how streamers can make the most of the medium’s fanbase […]

TBI Unscripted October/November 2021

The issue includes; Unmasking AVOD’s format potential Tim Dams asks if AVOD can provide a new breeding ground for unscripted ideas? Formats Hot Picks The low-down on some of the most intriguing new formats ready for acquisition Shining a spotlight on self-financing Is the risk worth the reward when it comes to fully funding factual […]

TBI Scripted October/November 2021

The issue includes; In pursuit of packaging Nick Edwards find outs what the rise of packaging spells for the future of scripted TV in Europe Striding out amidst the epic fantasy boom Mark Layton hears from Vertigo Films’ James Richardson about producing the latest season of epic fantasy drama Britannia Script-to-screen: Germinal Richard Middleton talks […]

TBI Buyer’s Guide October 2021

The TBI team is proud to present the latest instalment of our new Buyer’s Guide – this interactive guide highlights some of the best premium scripted content and the finest unscripted series from around the world, alongside exclusive insights from industry-leading showrunners and an exploration into CNN’s latest documentary, ‘The Lost Sons’s. Expertly designed and […]

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