Tag Archives: TV

Los Angeles / Austin

Across a trip to the US further reminders that the scale and capitalisation of “digital content” channels there has very few comparators to the UK market, and that the traditional channel and studios are rapidly entering the space in order … Continue reading

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Munich

Medientage is the biggest German TV industry show, an annual get together of the entire local industry to meet and explore current issues and trends – so a good place to seek to drive some profile and get a better … Continue reading

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Stockholm

Very short trip to Stockholm, but interesting insight to the changing consumer behaviour being driven by VOD and how that impacts on a production market dominated by local commissions. Consensus agreement with my position that the last episode of The … Continue reading

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MIP TV round up – social, participative, accessible, connected, cannibals

An interesting MIP TV – one full of subtle tensions. Whilst the business of global TV distribution continued in the Palais, there was a sense that the digital revolution in consumer behaviour and personal technologies was finally beginning to change … Continue reading

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Asia TV Forum – 8-10 December, Singapore

The creative industries in Singapore are the fastest expanding sector on the island, delivering around 6% GDP (Media sector value in 2008 = S$22Bn). They are seen as a key growth opportunity and through the Singapore Media Development Authority over … Continue reading

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Business of Multiplatform workshop – Bristol

As part of series of workshops and panels hosted in Bristol by the BBC and the Anchor partnership (under the heading New Tools), Paul Appleby and I produced a session entitled the Business of Multiplatform. Multiplatform is an increasingly elastic … Continue reading

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