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  • Eureka Productions co-CEO Chris Culvenor on how the Australian prodco has benefited from the boom in streaming
    Eureka Productions co-CEO Chris Culvenor on how the Australian prodco has benefited from the boom in streaming

    THE C21 INTERVIEW: Eureka Productions co-CEO Chris Culvenor discusses how the Fremantle-owned Australian-American production company behind series including Holey Moley, Lux Listings and Byron Baes has benefited from the boom in streaming, with the US studios' launch of their own in-house operations also delivering a boon to independents.

  • Liz Tang talks about expanding the Endeavor Content business internationally
    Liz Tang talks about expanding the Endeavor Content business internationally

    THE C21 INTERVIEW: Endeavor Content director of content Liz Tang on how the CJ ENM-owned studio is growing its UK business through titles like The Night Manager, Killing Eve and Why Didn't They Ask Evans? while expanding into other territories with the Australian adaptation of Belgian drama The Twelve plus Jo Nesbø thriller Headhunters in Norway.

  • Sony Pictures Television's Mark Young on 'selling shovels in the gold rush'
    Sony Pictures Television's Mark Young on 'selling shovels in the gold rush'

    THE C21 INTERVIEW: Sony Pictures Television EMEA executive VP of networks and distribution Mark Young on how the company has focused on 'selling shovels in the gold rush,' working with all manner of streamers and broadcasters, plus the growth of its UK production business, niche streaming services and AVoD.

  • LA Screenings 2022: C4, Sony, RTÉ, TV2, RUV, LTV and Whip Media execs discuss US studio streamers
    LA Screenings 2022: C4, Sony, RTÉ, TV2, RUV, LTV and Whip Media execs discuss US studio streamers

    THOUGHT LEADERSHIP: As the LA Screenings returns for the first time since the pandemic, the US studios' launch of their own streaming services in the interim has profoundly changed the market for buyers. Meanwhile, appetites for American programming on the global stage are being tested by ever better local content. Featuring in this C21TV special are Channel 4's Nick Lee, Sony Pictures Television's Mark Young, RTÉ's Dermot Horan, TV2's Sune Roland Jensen, RUV's Erna Kettler, LTV's Zane Valeniece and Whip Media's Alisa Joseph.

  • Zane Valeniece on the challenges facing Latvian Television and its international ambitions
    Zane Valeniece on the challenges facing Latvian Television and its international ambitions

    THE C21 INTERVIEW: Zane Valeniece, head of acquisitions at Latvian Television, reflects on the third-party shows that perform best for the public broadcaster's LTV1 and LTV7 channels, the challenges the company faces in securing rights and its ambition to become more international.

  • Sune Roland Jensen on how TV2 Denmark aims to remain relevant in the face of Netflix's Squid Game
    Sune Roland Jensen on how TV2 Denmark aims to remain relevant in the face of Netflix's Squid Game

    THE C21 INTERVIEW: Sune Roland Jensen, head of VoD platform TV2 Play and TV2 Zulu, talks about the Danish public broadcaster's success with acquired programming across its portfolio and the challenges it faces remaining relevant in a market where Netflix's Squid Game became the nation's number one show.

  • RTÉ's Dermot Horan on the Irish pubcaster's changing approach to copros and acquisitions
    RTÉ's Dermot Horan on the Irish pubcaster's changing approach to copros and acquisitions

    THE C21 INTERVIEW: RTÉ director of acquisitions and coproductions Dermot Horan discusses how the Irish public broadcaster has adapted to the pandemic and changing audience tastes, venturing beyond the UK and US to territories like Australia and New Zealand for shorter-run programming.

  • Erna Kettler discusses RUV Icelandic drama hit Blackport and how it proved linear is far from dead
    Erna Kettler discusses RUV Icelandic drama hit Blackport and how it proved linear is far from dead

    THE C21 INTERVIEW: RUV head of acquisitions and programming Erna Kettler discusses the success the Icelandic pubcaster has enjoyed with home-grown original Blackport, a political thriller set in the cut-throat world of the 1980s fishing industry, and how the show dispelled the notion that linear is dead.

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