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Analyst: Mega mergers will take 20% of all US content spend

Analyst: Mega mergers will take 20% of all US content spend

Analysis from advisory firm Ampere suggests that post the media mega-mergers of Comcast/Sky and Disney/Fox, two in every 10 dollars spent on content worldwide will now be spent by these…

Multimillion boost for UK’s creative industries

Multimillion boost for UK’s creative industries

More than £20 million (€22.5m) is being pumped into the UK’s thriving creative industries to help inspire and attract new talent, scale up existing businesses, boost skills and provide education.…

Sky Sports Racing: Jan 1st Starter’s Orders

Sky Sports Racing: Jan 1st Starter’s Orders

Executives at Sky Sports have revealed further details of the relaunch of the At The Races horse racing service as Sky Sports Racing, set to go live on January 1st…

Amazon picks Madrid for Prime production hub

Amazon is reportedly seeking a location in Spain, probably in Madrid, to set up its first big production hub in Europe following the example of Netflix. El Español reports that…

COBA: ‘Parliament must avoid Brexit cliff edge’

COBA: ‘Parliament must avoid Brexit cliff edge’

Crashing out of the EU will create huge disruption for the UK’s international broadcasting sector, its workforce, and its suppliers, the Commercial Broadcasters Association, the industry body for multichannel broadcasters…

Analyst: Drama boom drives UK production investment

Analyst: Drama boom drives UK production investment

The UK Media Landscape: M&A Index from digital analysis service Broadcast Intelligence reveals a stark increase in the rate of investments in the UK film and television media market over…

Cultivating the creative: how Governments can effectively support TV, film and beyond

Cultivating the creative: how Governments can effectively support TV, film and beyond

The international film and television landscape has grown rapidly in recent years, helped in no small part by the growing support of global governments, writes Zoe Guilford The creative industries…

UK creative industries break £100bn barrier

The UK’s creative industries made a record contribution to the economy in 2017, smashing through the £100 billion (€112.74bn) mark, according to figures published by the Department for Digital, Media,…

Cartoon Network: “TV still primary entry point to our content”

Cartoon Network: “TV still primary entry point to our content”

In an exclusive interview with Advanced-Television, Pierre Branco, Cartoon Network’s Senior Vice President & General Manager, Northern Europe, has given an insight into the company’s content and distribution strategy as…

Netflix signs Roald Dahl content deal

Netflix and The Roald Dahl Story Company have jointly announced that Netflix is extending the Roald Dahl universe of stories for global family audiences with an exclusive new slate of…

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