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People: Elizabeth Bradley, Jane Featherstone
Tags: Content London, Drama Summit, Talking Shop
Companies: Netflix, Sister Pictures
The #C21DS sessions: Netflix



Bradley discusses the kind of shows the global streamer is looking for, its approach to development and commissioning, the significance of big-name talent, marketing strategy and its evolving approach to coproduction.

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

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