Streaming service Netflix may be losing market share to Amazon in the US, but has started 2015 with a bang, acquiring numerous series and movies and continuing its rapid international roll out. As new research shows the SVOD player spends more on content than the BBC, HBO and Discovery, TBI…
Apple is reportedly planning to launch an online TV service this autumn in partnership with broadcasters including ABC, CBS and Fox. According to a Wall Street Journal report, Apple is in talks with US programmers and plans to offer a “slimmed-down” cable-style bundle of roughly 25 channels that will be…
Linear TV is still the dominant viewing source among those aged six to 34, with 69% of adults and 76% of kids still starting their viewing journey via TV channels, according to new research by Viacom International Media Networks (VIMN).
The TV RE[DEFINED] study claims that linear TV is still currently the only source that satisfies “both passive and active viewing needs” and, despite changing viewing habits, 71% still go to TV first, with the box remaining the main reference to discover and watch TV programs.
John Hendricks: still curious by Stewart Clarke March 5, 2015 John Hendricks tells Stewart Clarke about CuriosityStream and how it will harness the ‘third evolution of TV’, to do for streaming what Discovery did for pay TV.
Netflix’s disruptive effect on the global content industry has made streaming and SVOD big news in the pages of industry magazines such as TBI and also the mainstream press. That is a relatively new phenomenom. Discovery Communications founder John Hendricks has, meanwhile, had on-demand on his mind for over two decades.
German distributor ZDF Enterprises has revealed the jury members headed to next month's MIPDoc Co-Production Pitch Competition at the Cannes documentary market. (Pictured: ZDFE.factual VP Ralf Rueckauer)
Discovery Networks International’s new executive vice president and chief creative officer Phil Craig has announced a five-strong slate of shows for its international nets. Two of the new shows hail from prodcos in the Discovery co-owned All3Media stable. The slate is also notable for including DNI’s first big natural history…
ITV Studios is bringing Ray Liotta (Goodfellas) and Bill Paxton (Titanic) to MIPTV to promote its new US drama Texas Rising. Director Roland Joffe (The Killing Fields), and writer Leslie Greif (Hatfields & McCoys) will also be in Cannes to meet press and buyers. The series, which looks at the…
Following the arrest of Robert Durst on March 14, the finale of Andrew Jarecki and Marc Smerling's HBO series The Jinx: The Life and Deaths of Robert Durst ended with a dramatic twist. (Pictured: The Jinx)
by Stewart Clarke February 27, 2015 Following this week’s Discop Istanbul event, TBI speaks to Turkey’s main distribution companies about how changes in the domestic market are impacting their business, how they are dealing with the challenge of selling into the Middle East and how Turkish drama is becoming hot property in Latin America.
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