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  • Into the metaverse and beyond
    Into the metaverse and beyond

    THOUGHT LEADERSHIP: In the final episode of this four-part C21TV special, execs from Banijay, the BBC, Blockchain Creative Labs, Tubi and others delve into how gaming, the metaverse, non-fungible tokens and more are set to transform the TV business in the coming decade and beyond.

  • The axis of power shifts
    The axis of power shifts

    THOUGHT LEADERSHIP: Netflix opened up the market for non-English-language series from all around the world at a time when the popularity of US programming was already waning. Hollywood's pivot to streaming has also restricted access to shows the studios would have previously sold and opened opportunities for independents. Episode two of a four-part special.

  • How Netflix triggered the great Hollywood pivot
    How Netflix triggered the great Hollywood pivot

    THOUGHT LEADERSHIP: Execs from HBO, Paramount, Sony Pictures Television and others reflect on how Netflix upended Hollywood with straight-to-series orders and global rights deals, prompting studios to follow suit with their own streamers. Episode one of a four-part special.

  • AVoD giant Tubi's chief content officer Adam Lewinson on breaking down paywalls whilst doubling down on original content
    AVoD giant Tubi's chief content officer Adam Lewinson on breaking down paywalls whilst doubling down on original content

    THE C21 INTERVIEW: Fox-owned ad-supported streamer Tubi's chief content officer discusses shifting focus away from library content towards original programming as viewers forgo subscriptions and gravitate back to watching TV for free alongside advertising, with horror, true crime and adult animation high up the agenda as Tubi doubles down on original content for multicultural audiences.

  • Paramount's Nicole Clemens on the global roll-out of the company's streaming service and the impact of studios retaining rights
    Paramount's Nicole Clemens on the global roll-out of the company's streaming service and the impact of studios retaining rights

    THE C21 INTERVIEW: Paramount Television Studios and Paramount+ original scripted series president Nicole Clemens reflects on the global roll-out of the company's streaming service and the success it's had with series such as 1883, Mayor of Kingstown and Halo, plus the way the market is reshaping as Hollywood studios increasingly retain programming rights.

  • Boat Rocker Studios' Steve Lescroart on the growth of scripted and the possibility peak TV might mean a rethink on rights
    Boat Rocker Studios' Steve Lescroart on the growth of scripted and the possibility peak TV might mean a rethink on rights

    THE C21 INTERVIEW: Boat Rocker Studios president of scripted and television chief operating officer Steve Lescroart discusses how the Canada-headquartered company has been scaling its output in recent years with series including Invasion for Apple TV+ and American Rust for Showtime, and reflects on whether a peak in programme budgets might prompt a rethink on rights.

  • HBO Max head of originals Sarah Aubrey talks Peacemaker, FBoy Island, Rap Sh!t and rights retention
    HBO Max head of originals Sarah Aubrey talks Peacemaker, FBoy Island, Rap Sh!t and rights retention

    THE C21 INTERVIEW: HBO Max head of originals Sarah Aubrey discusses the development of the Warner Bros Discovery-owned streamer's home-grown programming strategy, targeting millennials and Gen Z with titles like Peacemaker, FBoy Island and Rap Sh!t, and how retaining rights to in-house titles is changing the game.

  • Blink 49 Studios' Carolyn Newman highlights a Starz drama as pivotal in changing TV
    Blink 49 Studios' Carolyn Newman highlights a Starz drama as pivotal in changing TV

    TV THAT CHANGED TV: Blink 49 Studios executive VP of scripted Carolyn Newman credits a Starz drama for fundamentally changing the way in which TV storytellers approached female narrative, paving the way for the likes of Netflix's Bridgerton.

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