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You Tube SeasonFollowing MipTV in Cannes earlier this year, organisers Reed Midem noted that 800 of the 4,000 programme acquisition executives who attended Europe’s biggest television market were digital buyers – a 30% increase on last year. In May, the European Audiovisual Observatory reported that it had identified 920 VoD services available within the EU, 45% of these run by US companies. In this special season, C21 profiles this new breed of content buyers, explores the impact they’re having on traditional players and examines what each is doing to distinguish themselves from one another in an increasingly crowded marketplace. jonathan@c21media.net
Season Editor Jonathan Webdale Email Jonathan Webdale
You Tube SeasonYouTube has revolutionised the entire video landscape, offering new talent access to a global audience and providing established producers with tools to cash in on existing IP and develop entirely new properties. The site, once regarded a pariah by the traditional TV industry, is now beginning to look a lot like the television platform of the future. This season speaks with leading players shaping the new 'YouTube economy.' Check back every day for new articles. jonathan@c21media.net
Season Editor Jonathan Webdale Email Jonathan Webdale
Social TV 2012With so much social media buzz around television shows, networks are eager to understand the correlation with ratings. Meanwhile, social networks – themselves emerging as broadcast platforms – and purveyors of second-screen social TV apps are eager to prove their credentials for increasing engagement and driving tune-in. C21’s 2012 Social TV season explores the latest thinking on this fast developing and fascinating space, featuring key players from all sides of the debate. jonathan@c21media.net
Season Editor Jonathan Webdale Email Jonathan Webdale
US Cable SeasonUS cable dramas are increasingly overshadowing broadcast dramas, at least among critics and international buyers. This season examines this trend, looks at what's in development at cablenets and what it means for studios and broadcasters. ed@c21media.net
Season Editor Ed Waller Email Ed Waller
Games for TV SeasonC21’s Games for TV Season - Games for TV is a season of articles dedicated to the gamification of content. Check back every day for new articles. ed@c21media.net
Season Editor Ed Waller Email Ed Waller
NATEP SeasonC21’s NATPE Season – TALKING NATPE will run throughout January featuring interviews with key executives in the run-up to the market. We’ll also have a live audio stream from the Miami event between January 23-25. ed@c21media.net
NATPE 2012
Season Editor Ed Waller Email Ed Waller
Next Generation Season As Netflix prepares to launch in the UK, and other VOD propositions emerge, managing windows and making deals in the connected future becomes increasingly complex. This C21 season sees leading experts in the sector suggest strategies for success and how producers and rights owners can evolve their businesses to prosper in the new digital distribution environment.
Next Generation Season
Season Editor David Jenkinson Email David Jenkinson
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