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  • Touching distance
    Arabelle Pouliot-Di Crescenzo, MD of France's Kabo International, explains why changing technology is bringing the industry closer to the elusive Next Big Thing.
  • Novel approaches
    Book-to-TV series adaptations were all the rage at the SXSW festival in Texas last week, with American Gods, The Son and The Handmaid’s Tale drawing attention.
  • Digital dollars
    What’s the best way to exploit established and new children's IP online and how can YouTube rights management companies help?
  • Mixed fortunes
    With virtual reality grabbing headlines, broadcasters looking for a killer app to help bridge the digital divide may want to consider new format Lost in Time.
  • Back to the future
    Al Roker, host of NBC’s The Today Show, is moving in a digital direction with the launch of Roker Media, targeting live-streaming platforms.
  • Rai adds reach
    Italian pubcaster Rai TV has revamped its operations over the past year, providing new international opportunities for its commercial arm.
  • Snapchat meets TV
    Vast Media's Nicole Greiner explores Snapchat’s array of media partnerships in its latest article tracking digital content marketing innovations.
  • Sense of Shame
    The team behind hit European teen drama Skam reveals how the hard-hitting show took Norway by storm and bagged a remake in the US.
  • Syndie solutions
    Sinclair Broadcasting, the largest station group in the US, is diversifying to cope with a changing syndication scene and fragmenting audience.
  • Dance to a new tune
    Jeff Collins of Dance Moms producer Collins Avenue reflects on a US reality industry that is growing in importance for cablenets while its budgets are cut.
  • How to tap apps
    Clare Thompson of media consultancy K7 Media reflects on how broadcasters can use apps to reach younger audiences.
  • Queen of the novela
    As Rio Content Market gets underway, telenovela screenwriter Elizabeth Jhin discusses the genre’s continung allure and how to construct a story arc over 100-plus episodes.
  • Legends of Lat Am
    Ánima Estudios is using online platforms such as YouTube and Netflix to bring Spanish-language animation into the digital age.
  • Brazilian beat
    Carla Affonso of Cygnus Media explains how the Brazilian formats market is adapting to a series of challenging but opportunity-rich changes.
  • Post-truth futures
    Joy Jones of Associated Press discusses the impact of fake news, citizen journalism and the explosion in digital on one of the world’s top news agencies.
  • The Snapchat moment
    The company behind mobile social messaging app Snapchat makes its US stock market debut today, valued at US$24bn. But will its time in the sun be as fleeting as its content?
  • Noir in the sun
    Mediapro’s Ran Tellem discusses the Spanish production giant’s new global strategy and the idea of ‘Mediterranean noir.’
  • That’s entertainment
    BBC controller of entertainment commissioning Kate Phillips explains why the unscripted formats business is not just alive but thriving.
  • States of reality
    With drama too expensive for many cablenets and SVoD players taking their audience, unscripted and reality are growing in importance in the US. The problem is paying for it.
  • Sampling Santa Clarita
    Lana Zöllner looks at how Netflix promoted its new zombie comedy, as part of a series of articles from Vast Media on digital marketing innovations.
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  • Touching distance Arabelle Pouliot-Di Crescenzo, MD of France's Kabo International, explains why changing technology is bringing the industry closer to the elusive Next Big Thing.
  • Novel approaches Book-to-TV series adaptations were all the rage at the SXSW festival in Texas last week, with American Gods, The Son and The Handmaid’s Tale drawing attention.
  • Digital dollars What’s the best way to exploit established and new children's IP online and how can YouTube rights management companies help?
  • Mixed fortunes With virtual reality grabbing headlines, broadcasters looking for a killer app to help bridge the digital divide may want to consider new format Lost in Time.
  • Back to the future Al Roker, host of NBC’s The Today Show, is moving in a digital direction with the launch of Roker Media, targeting live-streaming platforms.
  • Rai adds reach Italian pubcaster Rai TV has revamped its operations over the past year, providing new international opportunities for its commercial arm.
  • Snapchat meets TV Vast Media's Nicole Greiner explores Snapchat’s array of media partnerships in its latest article tracking digital content marketing innovations.
  • Sense of Shame The team behind hit European teen drama Skam reveals how the hard-hitting show took Norway by storm and bagged a remake in the US.
  • Syndie solutions Sinclair Broadcasting, the largest station group in the US, is diversifying to cope with a changing syndication scene and fragmenting audience.
  • Dance to a new tune Jeff Collins of Dance Moms producer Collins Avenue reflects on a US reality industry that is growing in importance for cablenets while its budgets are cut.