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The drama boom battle for content
A panel of experts discuss what progress has been made and what still needs to be done
A panel of documentary makers at Shefﬁeld DocFest shared their insights on making documentaries for youngsters and letting them ﬁlm themselves.
Media asset management systems are a hot topic in TV, but when should you invest in one? The issue was top of the agenda at a recent Broadcast breakfast meeting. David Wood reports
As video-on-demand and catch-up become destinations in their own right, five leading digital experts debate how this development will affect broadcasters. Ann-Marie Corvin reports
Comedy hits can help to define a channel, but are new ideas losing out to safer bets, ‘funny factual’ and an inflated drama slate? Robin Parker asks five leading comedy producers
From demanding clients to tech innovation, the bosses of the firms shortlisted for this year’s Broadcast Awards discuss the challenges and opportunities in the sector.
What is the value of a TV channel brand in the digital era, and how is it best realised? Chris Curtis asked a panel of controllers, producers and branding experts
Broadcast’s panel of experts examine the decline in children’s commissioning, the growing role of digital content and how the future of the genre could be secured. Robin Parker reports
Film-makers discuss the state of the genre, from brands’ over-the-top demands in exchange for access to the impact of subscription platforms and BBC3’s move online. Robin Parker reports
Broadcast gathered indie bosses to debate the strengths and pitfalls of making shows for the broadcaster.
From changing viewer habits to the importance of a mixed model, experts discuss the growth of VoD
Broadcast assembled a roundtable of major players to debate the issues
The future of online video and its impact on broadcasters and audiences
Broadcast’s roundtable discusses the impact of the TV hub
Spring should coincide with some green shoots of growth for high-end UK drama productions following EU state aid approval for the new TV tax breaks.
A Broadcast panel asks experts from Sky, Brightcove, Capablue Intrasonics how to build a successful TV strategy with a compelling user experience across multiple devices.
What are broadcasters and producers bringing to the table in multiplatform projects – and how can they make them pay? Broadcast brought together the key players at a roundtable sponsored by Xbox
The move to file-based workflows has put storage under the spotlight. Leading figures in the industry discuss best practice and what to do with the ‘digital sludge’.
In the last of our roundtables from MediaCityUK, six industry figures debate the health and future of drama, the role of talent and the importance of regionality. Robin Parker chairs.
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