TBI Talks: Capitalising on Asia’s Global Reach
As the content business looks to return to some sort of normalcy, TBI Talks turns its attention to Asia to get ahead of the curve and explore how broadcasters, streamers, producers and distributors from the region are responding. We will hear from leading execs about this vibrant and rapidly growing part of the world, discuss content requirements and also delve into partnership opportunities.
TBI Talks is a lively and informative series of monthly online discussions with key players from across the content business, who cut to the heart of the challenges facing the industry and provide deep insights into new growth areas.
Each session allows viewers to:
- Gain insight from market-leading executives on how their businesses are changing
- Find out where opportunities lie ahead
- Hear from industry-leading analysts about changing trends and demand areas
The fantastic line-up for our next session includes:
Saugato Banerjee is Managing Director of A+E Networks Asia, leading the expansion of the business across the region with oversight of long-form original production, digital content and channels. He has been with the organisation since 2011, leading the expansion of A+E’s footprint though multiple roles spanning strategy, business development, operations, digital and general management.
Ian McKee is founder & CEO at Vuulr, a market-leading global online sales platform that connects buyers with distributors worldwide, providing each other with a platform to negotiate and transact directly and securely online. It currently offers more than 80,000 hours of content across 90 languages from an array of companies including Sony and WarnerMedia.
Omdia, TBI’s sister company, has more than 400 analysts based around the world producing more than 3,000 research reports annually. The group encompasses leading analyst houses Ovum, Heavy Reading, Tractica, and the majority of IHS Markit’s Technology research, to create a media research & consulting powerhouse.
More panelists to be announced