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Tune in to the C21FM Weekly Review Show

On the C21FM Weekly Review Show, which runs between 10am on Friday May 22 and Tuesday May 26, we play highlights from a great week on the station. Tune in for a mix of music, news and interviews that put the global content business in perspective.

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This week on C21FM we heard from Stellify Media’s joint MDs Kieran Doherty and Matthew Worthy about their new lockdown-friendly format Snoop Dogs; Harbottle & Lewis partner Colin Howes assessing investor confidence; and Federation Entertainment’s Monica Levy about having to put coproductions on hold.

We also heard from Sagafilm Nordic CEO Kjartan Thor Thordarson about how Icelandic production is resuming and the country is opening up to overseas producers; Michael Carrington, director of entertainment at ABC in Australia, on the pubcaster’s efforts to help sustain the local production sector; and Painless Productions president Jim Casey on why quick-turnaround lockdown content will be short-lived.

The C21FM Weekly Review Show also includes this week’s interviews with BBC Children’s content boss Cheryl Taylor and head of discovery Stu Rowson about their kids’ programming strategy during lockdown; media lawyer Sarah Lazarides on restarting UK production; and Hit + Run founder Rob Shaftel, on what the US indie is doing to ensure it is best placed to return to production.

Rounding out this week’s C21FM interviews are Craig Jenest, co-founder of Five Films, discussing a raft of new shows to replace live sport production; Frank Sinton, COO of Tinopolis USA and president of A Smith & Co Dox, shares his experience of getting The Titan Games finished for NBC under lockdown; and JJ Johnson explains how he is keeping Sinking Ship Entertainment afloat amid the crisis.

All of this together with a mix of music to keep you sane. Thanks for listening.


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