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As buyers take stock of this year’s LA Screenings offerings, Disney exec Catherine Powell reflects on the buzz, the success rate and the talent.
Treats come from a number of genres, says Sarah Wright , as the bidding begins
As buyers assess the plethora of pilots one trend is clear, says Katie Keenan .
An open-minded attitude from ABC proved invaluable, says Adrian Poynton .
US networks are set to order more comedy than drama this year, says John Peek .
Distributors can cash in on channel growth in new territories, says David Leach .
Tight budgets and regulations have made Israel more creative, says Keren Shahar .
Tailoring shows to specific audiences is a ratings winner, says Karoline Spodsberg .
New generation of hybrid genres provides opportunities – and threats.
Buyers seek warm-hearted content that drives co-viewing, says Leila Monks .
Discernible content trends exist even in a chaotic market, writes Rob Clark
The reimagined format is a rich seam for commercial success, says Paul Buccieri .
With format battles raging, having a hit in other territories counts, says David Clarke
Realscreen is the Davos of factual TV and a door to the Wild West, says Tim Sparke .
The region is opening up for international format sales, says Barnaby Shingleton .
Asia’s tiger economies offer rich rewards, writes Kate Bulkley .
Zig Zag’s Matt Gould reveals his top tips for pitching in America after a year running the indie’s US office.
Our start-up deals catch the headlines, but we do a lot more besides, says Helen Jackson .
Indie should avoid the temptation of Apple’s iTunes and create their own distribution platform, writes Alan Griffiths .
US producers aim to take a leaf out of UK book, says Kate Bulkley .
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