TBI Factual April/May 2017

This issue includes; Factual franchise building Channels and factual producers are increasingly looking to build doc series into fully-fledged franchises, TBI discovers Viewpoint Derren Lawford, creative director, Woodcut Media CNN thriving amid Trump media assault CNN boss Jeff Zucker issues a strong defence of the news channel amid attacks from Donald Trump and says recent […]

TBI Kids April/May 2017

This issue includes; TBI Kids interview: Dan Povenmire and Jeff ‘Swampy’ Marsh. The Phineas and Ferb creators tell Stewart Clarke about their new show Milo Murphy’s Law, and their take on the animation business Kids Matrix What’s going on in kids TV, from digital to linear, and live-action to animated, at a glance Kids OTT tidal wave The people behind the […]

TBI Formats April/May17

This issue includes; NBC’s alternative all stars Paul Telegdy and Meredith Ahr from NBC tell Stewart Clarke how they plan to produce, broadcast and own a slate of in-house formats Viewpoint Arabelle Pouliot-Di Crescenzo from Kabo International on current trends in the formats game Fox looks to revitalise reality Dana Walden from Fox Television Group on how the […]

TBI UK Screenings 2017

TBI’s UK Screenings special For two weeks in February the UK now rivals Cannes in April and October, and LA in May, as the epicentre of global TV as British-based distributors roll out the red carpet for buyers. BBC Worldwide’s huge Showcase is the biggest market in the world organised by a single distributor, and days […]

TBI Scripted January 2017

The latest Scripted issue includes Scripted interview: Andrew Davies:With a credit list stretching longer than dozens of other writers combined, 80-year-old Andrew Davies knows the secrets of a good script. He tells Jesse Whittock about his writing process Sovereign drama: Top drama producers tell Jesse Whittock about the small screen’s enduring fascination with royalty Spotlight on: […]

TBI December 2016/January 2017

This month’s issue includes Year in review: The great and the good of the international TV world talk to TBI about the events that shaped theirt part of the business in 2016, and the trends that will define 2017 Prison sells: With a raft of scripted and unscripted series exploring the world of prison, Andy Fry goes […]

TBI Asia November 2016

This month’s issue includes TBI interview: IMDA chief Gabriel Lim explains the vision for the new Singaporean organisation People: The latest comings and goings in the world of international TV Trump and TV: International content industry figures, from producers to analysts, react to Donald Trump winning the US elections IPCN’s stream dreams: With live streaming becoming hugely popular in China, AngloChinese content […]

TBI Scripted October/November 2016

This month’s issue includes; Award winner: The Night Manager. TBI talks to the team behind the BBC/AMC drama In the spotlight: Frank Spotnitz talks about career highlights and how the industry is evolving The Halcyon: Andy Harries, Chris Croucher and Keith LeGoy talk about the lavish ITV period drama In depth: Pierce Brosnan in Sonar’s […]

TBI Formats October/November 2016

The latest issue includes; TBI Interview: Ben Silverman and Howard T. Owens, the bosses of A+E-backed US indie Propagate Content, tell Stewart Clarke about their new shows, working with Apple and how they are going to build the world’s most ideas-friendly prodco Healthy living formats: Healthy living is big business. Andy Fry looks at the […]

TBI Kids October/November 2016

The latest issue includes; Cartoon Forum top ten: The standout projects from this year’s Cartoon Forum France 4’s new look: Tiphaine Raguenel on the repositioning of the French kids and family channel Animation M&A: With a wave of M&A sweeping the international animation sector, TBI speak to the major players Made in France: Boosted by […]