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  • 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.
  • No barriers
    StudioCanal TV’s Rola Bauer reveals why the opportunities for US networks to work with European broadcasters are limitless.
  • Viacom's vision
    Viacom’s Pierluigi Gazzolo reveals what the firm’s recent acquisition of Telefe means for its Latin American ambitions.
  • A maturing market
    The unscripted TV industry should end its unhealthy obsession with trying to create global format hits to match the successes of yesteryear, according to these reality sector bigwigs.
  • Generation game
    Prepare to have your preconceptions about millennials thrown out by the co-founder of The Center for Generational Kinetics.
  • OJ divides US, again
    Ezra Edelman’s eight-hour doc about OJ Simpson is the frontrunner for the Best Documentary Feature Oscar. But is it even a film?
  • Acts of kindness
    Kidscreen 2017 saw an uptick in content claiming to promote kindness as the kids' business moves forward with a renewed sense of social responsibility.
  • Star power
    The importance of big-name stars, use of local languages and ‘lazy audiences’ were all debated at Berlinale this week.
  • Calling the tune
    Composer Paul Williams, president and chairman of ASCAP, reveals how the role of music has changed in the television industry.
  • Ahead of the game
    FremantleMedia North America's Jennifer Mullin, who handles the firm’s unscripted activity, reveals why the future of the gameshow genre is bright.
  • Tech futures
    Adam Poulter of VoD aggregation firm Vubiquity outlines key trends he’s expecting in 2017 on the tech side of the content business.
  • Facing the music
    Fragmented viewing platforms, changes to traditional revenue streams and a court case are just a few of the factors shaking up the music licensing space.
  • Exploring Amazon
    Amazon Studios' Morgan Wandell discusses his mission to take the online giant’s programming above and beyond what he calls “normal TV.”
  • Tailoring Tinker
    The brains behind pan-European animation network Tinker Group reveal the aims of this ambitious union of producers.
  • Korea advancement
    DJ Lee of South Korean entertainment giant CJ E&M on how global partnerships are driving the country’s cultural wave to new shores.
  • True Justice
    Steve Schiffman of Justice Network reveals how the true crime channel is expanding in the US broadcast market.
  • Social upheaval
    With speculation mounting that Facebook is set to launch its own TV app, the company’s Matt Jacobson reveals how video is the future of social media.
  • Walking the walk
    AMC Networks’ Josh Sapan explains why there’s more to the premium drama network than just The Walking Dead.
  • Cracking Canada
    Producers and broadcasters from the Great White North reveal what to keep in mind when coproducing with Canada. Adam Benzine reports.
  • Hitting the right note
    Music has always been key to children’s TV, but Netflix’s Beat Bugs, featuring hit tunes from The Beatles, has raised the game.
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  • Star power The importance of big-name stars, use of local languages and ‘lazy audiences’ were all debated at Berlinale this week.
  • Calling the tune Composer Paul Williams, president and chairman of ASCAP, reveals how the role of music has changed in the television industry.
  • Ahead of the game FremantleMedia North America's Jennifer Mullin, who handles the firm’s unscripted activity, reveals why the future of the gameshow genre is bright.
  • Tech futures Adam Poulter of VoD aggregation firm Vubiquity outlines key trends he’s expecting in 2017 on the tech side of the content business.
  • Facing the music Fragmented viewing platforms, changes to traditional revenue streams and a court case are just a few of the factors shaking up the music licensing space.
  • Exploring Amazon Amazon Studios' Morgan Wandell discusses his mission to take the online giant’s programming above and beyond what he calls “normal TV.”
  • Tailoring Tinker The brains behind pan-European animation network Tinker Group reveal the aims of this ambitious union of producers.
  • Korea advancement DJ Lee of South Korean entertainment giant CJ E&M on how global partnerships are driving the country’s cultural wave to new shores.
  • True Justice Steve Schiffman of Justice Network reveals how the true crime channel is expanding in the US broadcast market.
  • Social upheaval With speculation mounting that Facebook is set to launch its own TV app, the company’s Matt Jacobson reveals how video is the future of social media.