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TBI June/July 2018

This issue includes; HBO chases Adria success As HBO Europe begins work on its first Adria original, Success, TBI catches up with execs Steve Matthews and Antony Root on its plans for the region and feedback on how it’s evolving CEE demand snapshot Exclusive data from TBI and Parrot Analytics gives a one-week snapshot of […]

TBI LA Screenings May 2018

This issue includes; Network pick-ups This year’s new shows, by network, at a glance Up nostalgia street Studios look to the familial and the familiar at this year’s Upfronts Axed for ’18/’19 The high-profile casualties cancelled this year The indies Lat Ambitions TBI speaks to the indies about their Screenings activities

TBI April/May 2018 MIPTV issue

This issue includes; The TBI Interview: Kevin Reilly US programming veteran Kevin Reilly talks about aging down cable channels TBS and TNT, how to find hits and take risks, and why the future is all about betting on great content TBI @ 30 A retrospective look at how the international television business has changed since […]

TBI Formats April/May 2018

This issue includes; British formats TBI reports back from BBC Worldwide and ITV Studios programming events in the UK MTV International British unscripted commissioner Craig Orr from MTV International reveals the secrets behind long-running show Geordie Shore and looks at the future for the Viacom operation Hot picks Dating, weddings and troubled relationships are all […]

TBI Factual April/May 2018

This issue includes; Sports documentaries With the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia drawing near, Andy Fry investigates how channels are reacting with specialist doc content, and why Netflix and amazon are spending big in the space Hot Picks MIPDoc will showcase programmes on marijuana legalisation, Harvey Weinstein and Concorde Podcast deals The popularity of […]

TBI Kids April/May 2018

This issue includes; The return of Spanish animation Spanish animation producers were once a European jewel, but the financial crisis that hit a decade ago destroyed the industry. Gary Smith finds out how Spain has bounced back Hot Picks A new TV adaptation of toy brand Polly Pocket, a live action series set around a […]

TBI Scripted April 2018

This issue includes; Interview: Steve Coogan Actor-comedian Steve Coogan is bringing his alter ego, Alan Partridge, back to the BBC. He tells TBI how the iconic character has evolved over 25 years In the spotlight: Walter Iuzzolino Walter Iuzzolino, the face of and name behind Walter Presents, tells TBI about the moments, organisations and people […]

TBI UK Screenings 2018

The latest issue includes UK television stats: Data shows UK production is booming, but is Brexit about to derail the party for everyone? BBC Worldwide Showcase: An in-depth preview of the largest single-distributor event in international television away from the LA Screenings UK Distributors: What are the likes of All3Media, FremantleMedia, MGM, Cineflix Rights, Lionsgate and […]

TBI December 2017/January 2018

The latest issue includes Top 10 stories of 2017: A look back at the stories, themes and narratives that defined last year, from the emergence of Apple as a player in original content to the fallout from the Harvey Weinstein scandal Award winner: Cathy Payne The Endemol Shine International CEO picked up the Content Leader […]

TBI Scripted January 2018

The latest issue of TBI Scripted includes Top in-demand shows HBO’s Game of Thrones reigned supreme as the most in-demand show across 2017, our exclusive data shows TBI Scripted Interview: Geoffrey Wright Geoffrey Wright’s earth-shaking 1992 movie Romper Stomper redefined representations of violence on the big screen, and now the Australian director is bringing the […]

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