TBI October/November 2020[addthis tool="addthis_inline_share_toolbox_p9bf"]
This issue includes
TBI Distributor’s Survey 2020 From Mumbai, Sydney and Dubai, to LA, Stockholm and London, TBI takes a deep dive into global distribution to offers insights from the biggest and the most bespoke companies in the business.
Press record TikTok has exploded into the public consciousness like few – if any other – video-led service before it. UK & Europe chief Rich Waterworth tells Richard Middleton how he sees the future panning out.
Getting it right Covid-19’s impact on production coincided with US studios going direct-to-consumer, creating what appeared to be a sales opportunity like no other. Richard Middleton catches up with the world’s top distribution execs to gauge whether it was a fruitful summer.
Next generation thinking Helen Dugdale explores how content consumption is affecting the world’s climate and finds out what those commissioning the shows are doing about it.
Future-proofing formats With the pandemic upending the TV industry across the world, Mark Layton finds out what the impact has been on the global format sales business and how it has adapted to the new normal.
Keeping the music playing through Covid Karen Smith, MD of Tuesday’s Child and Tuesday’s Child Scotland, on The Hit List.
The colourful world of co-productions Sharing production costs on unscripted projects was on the increase prior to Covid-19, but is the pandemic accelerating this further? Tim Dams explores how the partnership trends are developing.
Cartoon Forum report TBI reports from Cartoon Forum, held online this year, but still with plenty of new animation projects to catch the eye.
Dancing to a global beat Streaming has created a generation for whom watching content from outside their own borders is the norm. Helen Dugdale reports.
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