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  • ITV Studios execs offer their outlook for 2021
    ITV Studios execs offer their outlook for 2021

    LONDON SCREENINGS: ITV Studios exec VPs Julie Meldal-Johnsen, Greg Johnson and Augustus Dulgaro discuss the company’s response to Covid-19 and how it has affected their roll-out of new content. They also explore how streamers are changing the global marketplace and the new opportunities for drama, unscripted and formats.

  • eOne’s Baxter on the shifting market
    eOne’s Baxter on the shifting market

    LONDON SCREENINGS: Stuart Baxter, president of international distribution at global production and distribution company eOne, reveals how the takeover by toy giant Hasbro at the end of 2019 has changed the company’s strategy and how second windows for SVoD shows are becoming more widespread.

  • Fremantle’s Richter on the year of change
    Fremantle’s Richter on the year of change

    LONDON SCREENINGS: Jens Richter, CEO of Fremantle's distribution business, assesses how the market has shifted since the last time the company had a live event – at the London Screenings last year. He also argues the current acquisitions boom is less about Covid-19 and more about the growth of streaming.

  • AVoD start-up YouLook is on the hunt for factual, lifestyle, comedy
    AVoD start-up YouLook is on the hunt for factual, lifestyle, comedy

    LONDON SCREENINGS: David Smyth, co-founder and CEO of new UK-based AVoD service YouLook.tv, and director of acquisitions Benedicte Steinsrud reveal their programming strategy and acquisitions requirements. They also explore the impact of lockdown on the sector and the challenges and opportunities offered by the huge growth of ad-supported streaming in recent years.

  • Opportunities knock for Keshet’s Shahar
    Opportunities knock for Keshet’s Shahar

    LONDON SCREENINGS: Keren Shahar, chief operating officer and president of distribution at Keshet International, reveals how increased demand for finished tape has mitigated the impact of the production freeze. The exec also discusses the opportunities provided by the streaming boom and offers some highlights of the company’s London Screenings slate.

  • Pedersen’s reasons to be cheerful
    Pedersen’s reasons to be cheerful

    LONDON SCREENINGS: Louise Pedersen, CEO of All3Media International, says that despite the events of 2020 there are reasons for the distribution sector to be cheerful. Not least among these are the growth in the acquisitions market, the resumption of production and the streaming boom.

  • Cineflix’s Bonney on new market opportunities
    Cineflix’s Bonney on new market opportunities

    LONDON SCREENINGS: Chris Bonney, CEO of London-based distributor Cineflix Rights, sees a dual opportunity in the market as lockdown-hit broadcasters seek more acquisitions to plug gaps in their schedules at the same time the US studios are retaining rights to their content for their own streamers.

  • C21TV roundtable explores new distribution challenges, opportunities, business models
    C21TV roundtable explores new distribution challenges, opportunities, business models

    LONDON SCREENINGS: As international buyers’ attention focuses on the UK this month, C21TV catches up with Beyond Rights’ Kate Llewellyn-Jones, Distribution360’s Diane Rankin and Richard Halliwell of NENT Studios UK to hear how the distribution landscape is changing and about the new challenges and opportunities that lie ahead in 2021.

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