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  • Crisis management
    A year on from a “creative crisis” being declared in unscripted television, Clive Whittingham asks FermantleMedia’s Thom Beers whether the genre is continuing to suffer and, if so, what the solution is.
  • A digital direction
    Dave Morgan, CEO of ad tech firm Simulmedia, argues that when it comes to advertising, TV execs can learn from their digital cousins.
  • Caught in the web
    Talk of the arrival of the long-awaited YouTube Kids app has been on everyone's lips at this year's Kidscreen Summit, but concerns remain over child safety online. Nico Franks reports.
  • Eleven shows to catch in Rio
    The Rio Content Market gets underway today and C21 will be there, uncovering the latest news and shows you need to know about. Richard Middleton reports.
  • Let battle commence
    The spate of over-the-top initiatives announced recently by traditional TV channels could mark the start of a new era for television, writes John Hazelton.
  • Talking the talk
    Unscripted programming in first-run syndication is a big theme in the US TV business this year. Fox Television Stations’ Stephen Brown shares his thoughts about the genre.
  • Vice News comes of age
    Launched one year ago, the upstart news network is winning new respect for Vice Media. Pippa Shawley takes stock.
  • Ten shows to look out for in Miami
    Kidscreen gets underway in Miami on Monday and C21 will be there, uncovering the latest news and shows you need to know about. Ahead of the market, Nico Franks selects 10 titles to watch out for.
  • Seizing the high ground
    Chet Fenster, managing partner and head of content at GroupM’s MEC Entertainment, argues that individual digital influencers are shaping the next era in media.
  • Going for gold
    French group Newen is lining up its first talent and coproduction deals as part of its strategy to push into the high-end international drama business. Marie-Agnès Bruneau reports.
  • Voyage of discovery
    Research from Natpe and the Consumer Electronics Association has examined how consumers are finding, receiving and viewing content. Steve Koenig, CEA director of industry analysis, spoke to Julian Blake.
  • Buyer beware
    Michael Kassan, founder, chairman and CEO of New York and Los Angeles marketing strategy advisor MediaLink, outlines what he sees as the big issues for 2015.
  • Renewing the classics
    Joe DiSalvo, CBS Television Distribution’s president of sales, gives his take on the state of the syndication market and outlines his company’s priorities for this year.
  • Theory of Relativity
    Tom Forman, CEO at LA-based Relativity Television, talks about the opportunities presented by a shift in the rights ownership situation and how factual producers can make a killing in scripted.
  • On the right trak
    Cathy Hetzel, corporate president at audience measurement specialist Rentrak, talks about the company’s growth strategy and the takeover of Kantar’s US TV measurement assets.
  • Playing to the audience
    Nielsen’s president of US media, Lynda Clarizio, outlines how the audience measurement specialist can remain the industry’s currency amid fragmented viewing and increased competition.
  • To Xfinity and beyond
    Comcast’s Matthew Strauss reveals the thinking behind the Philadelphia-based cable giant’s TV Everywhere initiatives. Marc Berman reports.
  • Next for novelas
    Globo’s Ricardo Scalamandré explains how the Brazilian drama market is changing and describes the effect this is having on global sales.
  • Fever pitch
    There's a fierce demand for Asian programming worldwide – and it's not just adults who are lapping it up, the co-founder of VoD site DramaFever tells Nico Franks.
  • Eastern approaches
    Japanese broadcasters tell Clive Whittingham about their international expansion plans and how foreign players can penetrate Japan’s domestic market.
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  • Crisis management A year on from a “creative crisis” being declared in unscripted television, Clive Whittingham asks FermantleMedia’s Thom Beers whether the genre is continuing to suffer and, if so, what the solution is.
  • A digital direction Dave Morgan, CEO of ad tech firm Simulmedia, argues that when it comes to advertising, TV execs can learn from their digital cousins.
  • Caught in the web Talk of the arrival of the long-awaited YouTube Kids app has been on everyone's lips at this year's Kidscreen Summit, but concerns remain over child safety online. Nico Franks reports.
  • Eleven shows to catch in Rio The Rio Content Market gets underway today and C21 will be there, uncovering the latest news and shows you need to know about. Richard Middleton reports.
  • Let battle commence The spate of over-the-top initiatives announced recently by traditional TV channels could mark the start of a new era for television, writes John Hazelton.
  • Talking the talk Unscripted programming in first-run syndication is a big theme in the US TV business this year. Fox Television Stations’ Stephen Brown shares his thoughts about the genre.
  • Vice News comes of age Launched one year ago, the upstart news network is winning new respect for Vice Media. Pippa Shawley takes stock.
  • Ten shows to look out for in Miami Kidscreen gets underway in Miami on Monday and C21 will be there, uncovering the latest news and shows you need to know about. Ahead of the market, Nico Franks selects 10 titles to watch out for.
  • Seizing the high ground Chet Fenster, managing partner and head of content at GroupM’s MEC Entertainment, argues that individual digital influencers are shaping the next era in media.
  • Going for gold French group Newen is lining up its first talent and coproduction deals as part of its strategy to push into the high-end international drama business. Marie-Agnès Bruneau reports.