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TBI August/September 2019

In this issue: TBI Kids A fund indeed for a nation in need UK children’s producers and broadcasters discuss the domestic and international potential of a new $70m fund for programming How children’s TV is capturing the teen market Can a shift towards grittier series and more challenging storylines help to capture the attention of […]

TBI June/July 2019

In this issue: TBI Factual | Docs Special Fremantle faces the music The super-indie’s long-brewing factual strategy is finally taking flight Beyond Neverland Kew Media Distribution has quietly become a documentary powerhouse. But how will they top Leaving Neverland? Bigger, better and celebrity-laden How sustainable is the documentary field when only films about specific genres […]

TBI April/May 2019 MIPTV issue

The issue includes; The TBI Interview: Jeffrey Katzenberg The Disney alum discusses plans for Quibi, his premium short-form platform that is 20 years in the making Why content execs are winning in Hollywood Regime changes are rife out of LA but execs getting top jobs have content, rather than digital, backgrounds. What gives? Live long […]

TBI Formats April/May 2019

This issue includes; Costume drama The runaway success of The Masked Singer is putting costume-led formats back in the spotlight and sparking interest in other quirky, visual shows Banijay’s Catch The latest format from Germany’s Brainpool TV serves up a game of ‘tag’ unlike anything anything you’ve ever seen. TBI visits the Cologne set The […]

TBI Factual April/May 2019

The issue includes; Old money, new players face off for unscripted Despite shiny new digital entrants, sustainable business models lag behind Close-Up: CNN’s Amy Entelis The CNN Worldwide exec breaks down how to build world-class docs such as RBG and Three Identical Strangers Knocking down Netlix What drove the record-breaking deal for a feature doc […]

TBI Kids April/May 2019

The issue includes; Diversity in kids’ TV Diversity in children’s TV has a long way to go before it becomes mainstream. Ann-Marie Corvin reports In-depth: The World’s Worst Children David Walliams’ well-loved books get their first TV remake in the latest coproduction between King Bert and 9 Story The big deals A snapshot of the […]

TBI Scripted April/May 2019

The issue includes; In the Spotlight: Jed Mercurio The Line Of Duty and Bodyguard creator on SVODs and mega-deals Two World’s Collide TBI’s first edition of One-to-One sees Les Misérables producer Chris Carey and Sky Vision MD Jane Millichip discuss co-pros and dream projects Dubbing boom Major players are doubling up on dubbing investment as […]

TBI UK Screenings 2019

The latest issue includes UK TV stats unpacked: As high-end TV production spend reaches unprecedented levels, we crunch the numbers on what’s coming and going BBC Showcase: Your guide to BBC Studios’ drama, comedy, factual, fact ent and formats offerings for 2019 Distributors: the new marketeers? Netflix spent $2.37bn in marketing last year. How can distributors keep […]

TBI Scripted January 2019

The latest issue of TBI Scripted includes Interview: Pippa Harris The new BAFTA chair on the UK’s tipping point for drama Script to screen: Atlantic Crossing Inside NRK’s big-budget period piece Ascent of Oz: How Australian drama is breaking through and going global Latin America’s scripted boom: The region’s new wave of scripted production Writer’s room: Sophie Petzal on […]

TBI December 2018/January 2019 NATPE issue

The latest issue includes Year in review: An action packed 2018 saw TV firms establish new frontiers by defining SVOD plans, finalising acquisitions and hiring top global talent. Here are some of the highlights that outlined our year. 2019: The end of niche SVODs? Media giants are closing their niche streamers to prepare for mega […]

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