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TBI October/November 2019 MIPCOM issue

The issue includes;

TBI Distributor’s Survey 2019 Companies from around the globe provide insights into the changing world of distribution to reveal the challenges and opportunities

The TBI Interview: Amazon’s James Farrell The SVOD’s head of international originals discusses formats, rights, unscripted growth, Indian dramas and Spain’s scripted surge

Spotlight on… Starz How the US-based company has stolen a march on its rivals and become a global player with an appetite for further growth

Roundtable: Navigating mental health in TV  Top mental health campaigners discuss mental ill-health in the television industry and where we go from here

Sky’s the limit Comcast-backed Sky Studios is emerging as a drama player you’d be crazy to underestimate

TBI Scripted

Inside the multimillion dollar drama trap How can producers and distributors balance the risk and reward of the high-stakes premium drama game?

When writers revolt Creative talent might be in demand but writers from LA to Berlin feel they aren’t being given the recognition they deserve

Plus: Andrew Davies, Sally Wainwright, Scripted Hot Picks

TBI Unscripted

Charting a path to the Maze Why US kids network Nickelodeon turned to a decades-old UK format aimed at adults to encourage family viewing

Mind the gap Delivering a splashy format is getting more expensive and more complicated to fund. So how is it done?

Roundtable: Crazy cash and snackable shorts Format experts dish on how they’re working with Quibi, Netflix et al

Plus: Formats and Factual Hot Picks

TBI Kids

Greta’s green waves reaches kids’ TV As Great Thunberg beats the drum for climate change, broadcasters and producers wonder how to program for this green generation

Cartoon Forum: The Highlights Reel A selection of the great and the good to emerge from the animation festival in Toulouse last month

Plus: Interactive Kids, Kids Hot Picks