TV features

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    Toronto 2015: TV at film festivals


    TV pilots, premieres and catch-ups are becoming must-haves for film festivals. Andreas Wiseman reports on a rapidly expanding trend.

  • Features

    The data revolution


    Data analytics helped Netflix brew up its hit show House Of Cards, but as a useful industry tool it’s still in its infancy. Nikki Baughan explores the potential of data for other broadcasters, exhibitors and studios.

  • Features

    Creative Week: Channel The Change


    BBC strategy, TV consolidation and the boom in digital talent were among the hot topics at this year’s Creative Week conference in London. Andreas Wiseman reports.

  • Features

    Creative Skillset: Invest in the future


    The urgent need to invest in and develop talent sits at the forefront of Creative Skillset’s ambitions for the future growth of the film and TV sectors.

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    The Weinstein Company: stirring drama


    As The Weinstein Company ramps up its scripted TV productions and acquisitions, Andreas Wiseman talks to the executives behind the push.

  • Transmedia

    MIPTV: Transmedia’s transitions


    As the digital-focused MIPTV champions a new age of storytelling this month, Melanie Goodfellow explores how TV drama and film producers are tentatively branching out into other platforms

  • Features

    AFM 2013: Market forces


    This year’s American Film Market (Nov 6-13) will take place against a backdrop of US economic instability, but it’s the small screen that is likely to be the hot topic of conversation, as Jeremy Kay reports

  • Vikings

    The VoD invasion


    John Hazelton examines the rising international demand for entertainment libraries thanks to new distribution platforms across VoD and SVoD.

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    UK tax relief: Take your partners


    The UK is introducing tax credits for television production, high-end animation and video games this month. Michael Rosser explores how the relief could further strengthen a TV powerhouse

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    Case Study: Titanic


    The UK-Canada-Hungary co-production for TV written by Julian Fellowes will be seen in more than 85 countries.