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  • Special deliveries: SPACs emerge to target media (Published in Ahead Of The Curve) 05-11-2021
    The final part of the C21 Content Business Trends Report looks at the proliferation of special-purpose acquisition companies, aka SPACs, targeting media and entertainment businesses.
  • Countries worldwide look to stem the US stream (Published in Ahead Of The Curve) 04-11-2021
    The rise of Netflix, Amazon and others has been welcomed by consumers and industry constituents alike, but governments around the world are increasingly in favour of regulating US streamers to safeguard their domestic TV ecosystems.
  • Token gestures: NFTs’ impact on entertainment (Published in Ahead Of The Curve) 03-11-2021
    Proponents of blockchain technology maintain that it will transform media and entertainment in the same way Bitcoin is shaking up finance, with sales of ‘tokenised’ digital content already soaring.
  • Aggregation nation: solving content discovery (Published in Ahead Of The Curve) 02-11-2021
    Today’s chapter from the C21 Content Business Trends Report shows how content discovery is a growing issue for consumers amidst the proliferation of streamers, and finds the number of companies proffering solutions is growing.
  • Inclusion hires top the agenda for TV companies (Published in Ahead Of The Curve) 01-11-2021
    The C21 Content Business Trends Report, a quarterly outline of some of the biggest trends in the business, continues this week with a look at accelerating change across the TV industry, with diversity and inclusion top of the agenda. While much work remains to be done, a string of recent appointments signal hope of lasting transformation.
  • Embracing Africa (Published in Ahead Of The Curve) 07-07-2021
    TV revenues across Africa are rising, partly spurred on by investment from US streamers as they seek stories for audiences interested in diverse and authentic programming.
  • Tranter: Covid costs will hit small indies (Published in News) 15-02-2021
    Jane Tranter of UK prodco Bad Wolf has voiced concerns about the viability of smaller indies as Covid-19 pushes up production costs – a problem that has hit the episode count of its own drama A Discovery of Witches.
  • Full stream ahead for 2021 (Published in Perspective) 11-01-2021
    As the world continues to grapple with Covid-19, the industry’s pivot to streaming last year is set to accelerate through 2021 and beyond, writes editor Jonathan Webdale.
  • Big brothers in arms (Published in Anatomy Of A Deal) 26-10-2020
    Banijay’s acquisition of Endemol Shine transformed Stéphane Courbit’s company into the largest unscripted producer in the world.
  • Enduring Sex appeal (Published in News Analysis) 23-07-2020
    M&A advisor Tom Manwaring believes the value of producers aligned with the likes of Netflix has not been diminished by the pandemic.
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