Digital standard bearer
DIGITAL RIGHTS: Robin Boldon, director of digital distribution at BBC Worldwide, on the need for standards in digital distribution to help the sector develop.
Deciphering rights strategy
DIGITAL RIGHTS: Nigel Walley, MD of Decipher, tells the content industry to "calm down" and take the management of rights in the digital age in its stride.
Rowland on social video
DIGITAL RIGHTS: Indie Media CEO Mark Rowland steers the C21 Supper Club debate towards social video and the importance of viral content in rights exploitation.
Time to rethink deals
DIGITAL RIGHTS: Ruth Clarke, VP and EMEA head at Shine Group, tells C21’s Supper Club that deal structures need to change.
Baker sets the scene
DIGITAL RIGHTS: At C21’s Supper Club, Rights TV’s Andrew Baker outlined the threats and opportunities facing digital rights owners.
How YouView will boost competition
DIGITAL RIGHTS: Capablue CEO Tom Cape explains the potential of upcoming UK broadcaster-backed IPTV platform YouView and how companion app companies are taking a key role in the audience data debate.
Clarke on Shine's rights strategy
DIGITAL RIGHTS: Ruth Clarke, VP and EMEA head for Shine Group talks to C21 about windowing in the digital age and how a new approach needs to be defined.
Roku gets set to roll
DIGITAL RIGHTS: US video-streaming set-top box maker Roku is gearing up for international expansion, going up against the likes of Apple TV and Boxee. But the firm offers audiences and rights holders something very different, according to VP of business development Jim Funk.
Netflix heats up digital distribution imperative
DIGITAL RIGHTS: To kick off a season of articles on the future of distribution in the digital age, C21 hears what Netflix's chief content officer Ted Sarandos had to say to the content industry in his Mipcom keynote.