ဇန်နဝါရီလ 22 @ 10: 00 နံနက် - ဇန်နဝါရီလ 24 @ 4: 00 ညနေ
Smart, engaging content knows no borders: a deep dive into the changing dynamics of media and content on the global stage.
Events and topics include:
• International Content Acquisition Panel
…with execs from Amazon,Netflix, A+E, CBS and Banijay
• The Global TV Demand Awards
• The 2019 Latin American Summit
• International Co-Production Panel
SESSIONS FOR INTERNATIONAL CO-PRODUCTION & DEVELOPMENT
(Note: Schedule is subject to change.)
What the World is Buying
There is no shortage of opportunity driven by current trends in international content acquisition. A sharp focus on the changing dynamics of media and entertainment is more critical than ever, given how rapidly content global distribution and monetization are being disrupted. The rapid pace of change and deployment of new business models requires leading executives make commitment to transformation. Learn which contemplate what will drive customer and brand relevance, strategic growth and operational excellence.
The Global TV Demand Awards
The winners of the first-ever data-driven TV content awards will be presented at the NATPE international content market in Miami on January 22, 2019. The Global TV Demand Awards celebrate the most popular television – without a panel of judges or any other subjective voting body. For the first time ever, content decisions can be made using globally consistent data showing. Join us as we reveal which content brands resonate most with consumers around the world.
KEYNOTE: International TV Has Grown Up: A Conversation with Mark Kaner and Gerhard Zeiler
Mark Kaner, Twentieth Century Fox TV Distribution President and Gerhard Zeiler, President of Turner International, two of the most prominent and well-respected executives in international television, discuss on stage the future of international distribution and content creation in this age of significant change. Are we capable as an industry of properly fulfilling the needs of an international content pipeline? What does the future hold for the independent producer? How will the rapid change we are seeing effect the core of our industry from an international perspective?