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Genres: Drama
People: Piers Wenger, Stephen Armstrong
Companies: BBC
The #C21DS sessions: BBC



Wenger discusses his first year in charge at the British broadcaster, talks in-depth about new big-budget AMC coproduction McMafia and explains why, despite concern in some quarters SVoD players may pull the plug on such collaborations, he believes they will endure.

This is an extract from an hour-long session featuring Wenger at C21’s 2017 International Drama Summit, part of our three-day Content London conference last month. The Twitter hashtags for the event was #C21DS. Photos courtesy of SWpix.com.

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