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TBI UK Screenings 2021

The latest issue includes Life After Netflix Richard Middleton explores why second windows are growing in importance Fight for your rights Mark Layton delves into how format right disputes are best dealt with UK TV exports data Breaking down how the UK’s content travelled around the world Broadening horizons How UK broadcasters are helping viewers […]

TBI’s Content Innovation Awards 2020

We are delighted to introduce you to the winners of TBI’s Content Innovation Awards 2020, 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 Buyer’s Guide October 2020

The TBI team is proud to present the first instalment of our brand-new Buyer’s Guide – this interactive guide highlights some of the best in premium scripted content and the finest unscripted series from around the world, alongside exclusive profiles from key buyers at industry-leading broadcasters and streamers. Expertly designed and easy to use, each […]

TBI Scripted October/November 2020

Issue includes, Packing it up Scripted seasons have been getting shorter over recent years and Covid-19 looks to be accelerating this trend. Stephen Arnell explores the long-term implications. Building an American Utopia Amazon Prime’s Utopia might be a remake of the eponymous UK drama, but as producer Sharon Levy tells Mark Layton, it’s quite a […]

TBI October/November 2020

This issue includes TBI Distributor’s Survey 2020 From Mumbai, Sydney and Dubai, to LA, Stockholm and London, TBI takes a deep dive into global distribution to offers insights from the biggest and the most bespoke companies in the business. Press record TikTok has exploded into the public consciousness like few – if any other – […]

TBI August/September 2020

The issue includes; Switched on thinking Kids animation companies have adapted rapidly to the effects of the global pandemic, but Helen Dugdale expores what lessons have been learned and finds out where the industry will go next. Who’s doing what this fall With the traditional events calendar disrupted, TBI checks in with a variety of […]

Special Report: What Covid-19 means for TV

Covid-19 has transformed the content business in the space of just a few months, with implications that will be felt for far longer. This TBI Special Report features deep insights from leading buyers, producers, distributors and analysts into how companies are reacting and adapting at this critical time, and how the industry might look once […]

TBI April/May 2020

This issue includes Taking the long view Netflix drama The Crown arguably marked the start of the streaming revolution. TBI talks to Andy Harries, CEO at Left Bank Pictures, to find out what’s next. Reeling it in online With the traditional events calendar thrown into disarray, Andy Fry finds out whether digital distribution platforms hold […]

TBI Scripted April/May 2020

The latest issue includes Taking the long view Netflix drama The Crown arguably marked the start of the streaming revolution. TBI talks to Andy Harries, CEO at Left Bank Pictures, to find out what’s next. Attention grabbing Nick Edwards reflects on how Italian drama has maintained its momentum as scripted competition has increased and explores […]

TBI UK Screenings 2020

The latest issue includes Earning potential: Annual export figures reveal the UK to be keeping pace with global demands New Horizons: BBC Studios distribution chief Paul Dempsey looks ahead to Showcase Studious thinking: ITVStudios’ Ruth Berry takes TBI through its eclectic scripted slate Real life, feel good: All3Media is doubling down with both format and […]

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