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Content London 2019

news & features

  • Netflix eyes Middle East, Africa
    CONTENT LONDON: Netflix is keen to commission original shows in the Middle East and Africa as it works to “tell local stories that have an important local impact,” the global streamer’s Kelly Luegenbiehl told delegates.
  • BBC Studios signs Russian scripted deal
    BBC Studios and Russian technology company Yandex have agreed to a major output deal for scripted content in Russia and the CIS.
  • Sesame recruits to open European office
    CONTENT LONDON: Sesame Workshop, the group behind children’s classic TV show Sesame Street, is opening an office in Europe and seeking an executive to lead it.

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Reports and analysis

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As well as creating a new form of audio storytelling, podcasts are giving television producers new sources of intellectual property to develop.

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The international TV drama business continues to boom as new streamers arrive, stoking up demand, prices and creativity, impacting the entire industry.

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The arrival of Apple TV+ and Disney+, as well as WarnerMedia’s upcoming HBO Max and NBCU’s Peacock, marks the start of a new era of D2C streaming services.

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The streaming landscape is undergoing radical change as US studios enter the fray and players proliferate, hungry for content and with a mix of business models.

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