TBI December 2021/January 2022

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The issue includes;

TBI interview: Dancing to a new beat
Globoplay’s Ana Carolina Lima tells Richard Middleton how the Brazilian streamer is adapting to changing viewing habits

Risk & rewards
Nick Edwards explores how indies can use financial support to leverage their shows – and their companies – into the big league

Unpacking Portugal’s ‘silver’ age
From tax breaks to co-pros and burgeoning Atlantic alliances, TBI finds out why Portugal’s drama business is set to boom

Exploring new depths
Natural history was once the preserve of a select few broadcasters and producers, but cost-efficient technology is opening the genre up

Can indie kids shows go global?
It’s a producer’s dream to create a hit show that turns into a global brand but is an OTT world making it easier or harder to achieve? Mark Layton finds out

Making a mockery
Gaming, social media and the innumerable diversions available on a mobile phone mean TV has a tough task attracting teens. Helen Dugdale asks if mockumentaries could be the answer

Buyer profiles
YouLook’s Benedicte Steinsrud, Viasat World’s Karin Heijink, NTV’s Gabi Nensel and Portico Media CEO Jay Lin tell us about the best
performing shows on their networks, what they’re looking for next, and reveal their buying strategies

Plus: Last Word: Adam Jacobs, Quintus Studios

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