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Television Business International | April/May 2022

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"Television Business International | April/May 2022"

TBI delves into the world of mix medium documentaries, speak to the team behind fascinating South African drama project Paradys, and provide insights aplenty into how HBO Max and Netflix are shifting their kids strategies. Take a breath and explore the myriad Hot Picks that perhaps best illustrate just how far we've come over the past couple of years...

This bumper MIPTV issue includes:

The TBI Interview: For all the people France TV’s Manuel Alduy reveals how the pubcaster is embracing international coproductions to entice viewers

All eyes on NFTs From Banijay to Beta Film, Tim Dams explores the opportunities being opened up for TV firms by the fast-changing NFT market

New horizons Marie-Agnés Bruneau analyses France’s new regulations for domestic content investment from streamers and explains what they mean

Dreaming big Nick Edwards takes a deep dive into South Korea’s scripted production industry to find out what makes it tick

Mixed mediums Streaming has fuelled an interest in docs among younger viewers, but how is it impacting what’s on screen?

Taking the money TBI gets to the bottom of what has driven broadcasters to invest hundreds of millions of dollar in initiatives to generate new formats

Re-connecting With linear viewership declining among teens, Mark Layton talks to the BBC, CBC and Snap about how they’re appealing to this audience. 

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