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Genres: Factual
People: Brant Pinvidic, Jago Lee, Jonathan Hewes, Thomas Viner, Tom Brisley, Vanessa Case
Tags: Talking Shop
Shows: Making a Murderer, Our Planet, The Grand Tour, Ultimate Beastmaster
Companies: Amazon, Arrow Media, Blue Ant International, Invelop Entertainment, Mentorn Media, Netflix, Pioneer Productions
Netflix goes off script



Having previously announced series including Our Planet and Ultimate Beastmaster and created waves with Making a Murderer, the streaming giant is making a concerted push into factual programming in 2017, while Amazon has The Grand Tour.

This Talking Shop explores the opportunities for producers, what the content will look like and who will be under threat as SVoD players step up their game.

Featuring in this episode: Tom Brisley, joint creative director, Arrow Media; Thomas Viner, creative director, Pioneer Productions; Brant Pinvidic, CEO, Invelop Entertainment; Jonathan Hewes, CEO, Mentorn Media; and Jago Lee and Vanessa Case, creative director and executive VP of content respectively, Blue Ant Media.

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