Inside Content - the TV Industry Podcast
Inside Content is the TV industry podcast hosted by 3Vision. Bringing you the biggest TV trends, insights and developments from this complex and ever changing market.
Featuring expert interviews with senior TV executives, Inside Content gives you VIP access to their views and experiences. Previous guests include ViacomCBS, NBC Universal and Paramount Pictures
Featuring expert interviews with senior TV executives, Inside Content gives you VIP access to their views and experiences. Previous guests include ViacomCBS, NBC Universal and Paramount Pictures
Struum on their approach to SVOD aggregation | Lauren Devillier and Paul Pastor
Is Struum’s unique credit based system the solution for reducing subscription fatigue and driving content discovery? Lauren and Paul discuss their approach to SVOD aggregation and the importance of data for discovery, recommendations and bundling across their platform. Lauren and Paul speak with Jack Davison, EVP of 3Vision on a wide range of topics including their expansion plans, different partners and their new managed services approach. Lauren is the co-founder and Chief Executive Officer of Struum. As an award-winning senior executive in the digital media and entertainment industries, she has successfully led businesses for some of the world’s largest consumer brands including The Walt Disney Company and Microsoft. Paul Pastor, an earlier leader in Direct-To-Consumer services, is currently co-founder of Struum and co-founder and Chief Business Officer for Firstlight Media, a leading OTT platform provider. Prior to his more recent entrepreneurial path, Paul powered brand, channel and show success at Discovery Communications and The Walt Disney Company.Here is a breakdown of the topics discussed in this episode: [5:53] SVOD subscription fatigue [06:47] Struum’s unique credit based system [9:29] The importance of data to drive discovery, recommendations and bundles [10:28] Struum’s full ingest model [14:13] Benefits of Struum to content platforms [19:55] Struum’s managed services approach to SVOD subscriptions [25:02] Struum’s unique selling point - access, discovery and value [26:36] Struum’s expansion plans and key areas of focus FREE webinar on-demand ‘The D2C Streaming Wars: Disney, Netflix, Amazon and Beyond’: https://info.3vision.tv/d2c-streaming-wars-webinar 3Vision Website: https://www.3vision.tv 3Vision Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/3vision 3Vision Twitter: @3Vision
October 20, 2021
Roku on the future of streaming | Rob Holmes
Is free ad-supported content (AVOD and FAST) driving the transition to streaming? Rob Holmes discusses Roku’s content acquisition strategy for the Roku channel as well as their partnership and expansion plans. Rob speaks with Jonathan Nickell, COO of 3Vision on a wide range of topics currently impacting the TV industry. These include Roku’s platform and operating system, content discovery and their role as a video service aggregator. Rob is the Vice President of Programming at Roku. He oversees the development and growth of The Roku Channel, a leading free ad supported service on the platform, as well as the overall programming strategy for America’s #1 TV streaming platform. Here is a breakdown of the topics discussed in this episode: [02:52] The Roku hardware business [03:39] The different business units at Roku [04:49] What is the difference between the Roku channel and Roku platform? [07:03] What is Roku’s global roll out plan? [11:22] The transition to streaming and power of free content [12:44] Roku’s content acquisition strategy [14:26] Roku’s acquisition of Quibi [15:35] Are there plans to do other Roku originals? [16:39] How do you aid consumer discovery of content on the Roku channel [18:40] AI and ML for content recommendations on Roku channel [21:21] Roku and its role as a video service aggregator [24:15] What are the future trends for the TV industry and streaming? Resources: 3Vision Webinar: ‘The D2C Streaming Wars: Disney, Netflix, Amazon and Beyond’ on 7 October at 16:00 BST https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/5816322514564/WN_D3S7D_eLTTis6XOfq9dnvA 3Vision Website: https://www.3vision.tv 3Vision Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/3vision 3Vision Twitter: @3Vision
October 6, 2021
How independent players can succeed in the TV industry | Gary Marenzi
Is collaboration the key to success for independent studios and entrepreneurs? Gary Marenzi discusses the benefits of a hybrid model with global streamers and local broadcasters. Gary speaks with Toby Russell, CEO of 3Vision on a wide range of topics currently impacting the TV industry. These include the evolution of content acquisition rights, AVOD, the Amazon and MGM merger and how the D2C approach by studios is an opportunity for the independents. Gary Marenzi is the founder and CEO of Marenzi & Associates, which provides creative collaboration, strategic management advice and implementation for the media and entertainment industry. Prior to this, Gary held senior executive positions at ENDEAVOR CONTENT, MGM and Paramount Pictures. Here is a breakdown of the topics discussed in this episode: [04:20] How important is collaboration for independent players? [06:02] What are the benefits of working with a global streamer? [06:32] What is the upside of co-production deals with local broadcasters and players? [10:15] How are TV content acquisition rights evolving? [11:39] How difficult is to achieve second windows with other SVODs? [16:52] What were the learnings you took from working at Endeavour in relation to packaging high level global dramas? [19:27] How have output deals changed? [21:03] Do you see the D2C approach taken by studios as an opportunity for independents? [22:35] What is the development market like at the moment? [26:36] What are your thoughts on the Amazon and MGM merger? [29:46] What is the future for AVOD and FAST? Resources: 3Vision Webinar: ‘The D2C Streaming Wars: Disney, Netflix, Amazon and Beyond’ on 7 October at 16:00 BST https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/5816322514564/WN_D3S7D_eLTTis6XOfq9dnvA 3Vision Website: https://www.3vision.tv 3Vision Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/3vision 3Vision Twitter: @3Vision
September 22, 2021
Keshet International on changes in TV distribution | Kelly Wright & Rose Hughes
How have content licensing deals changed? Kelly and Rose discuss the impact of new D2C streaming video platforms, digital-first distribution strategies and windowing. Jack Davison, EVP at 3Vision sits down with Kelly and Rose from Keshet International to discuss the growth of international formats, AVOD and the recent media conglomerate mergers. Keshet International is a leading global content producer and distributor and part of the Keshet Media Group, Israel’s most successful media company. Kelly Wright is the SVP of Distribution and New Business and Rose Hughes is the VP of sales. Here is a breakdown of the topics discussed in this episode: [02:52] Introduction to Keshet International [06:08] How has the distribution market evolved? [13:58] How has the surge of new D2C streaming video platforms impacted the TV market? [15:58] What are the key challenges of these new D2C vertically integrated models? [18:55] How have content licensing deals changed in respect to exclusivity and windowing? [19:27] How has the shift to digital-first distribution strategies impacted your business? [24:51] Can you tell us about the growth of the international format business? [34:10] Do you consider AVOD to be a major growth area? [42:08] What impact do you think the media conglomerate mergers are having on the TV landscape? Resources: Podcast show notes - https://www.3vision.tv/news-insights/inside-content-kelly-wright-rose-hughes-keshet-international/ 3Vision Webinar: ‘The Future of TV - Global Content Distribution Trends’ 6 May at 16:00 BST https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/2416189989404/WN_u9UIPe5xQjq4aKLDkcCrRQ 3Vision Website: https://www.3vision.tv 3Vision Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/3vision 3Vision Twitter: @3Vision
July 7, 2021
Yes Studios on the Israeli TV export market | Danna Stern
Why is the Israeli TV export market so successful? Danna explains that Israeli’s are natural storytellers and discusses how the regulation of the Israeli TV production market has allowed them to take bigger creative risks. Hayley Bull, director at 3Vision sits down with Danna Stern, managing director of Yes Studios to discuss the importance of original programming, the changing landscape of distribution as well as their two critically acclaimed shows Fauda and Shtisel. Danna is in charge of sales, distribution and development of premium Israeli content for international platforms. She is an international television veteran, having managed all aspects of programming, content acquisitions, channel creation and branding in her previous role at yesTV. Here is a breakdown of the topics discussed in this episode: [03:29] How has the media landscape changed in relation to acquisition and original content programming? [05:50] What were the key learnings from your partnership with Netflix on Fauda? [09:23] How has the distribution landscape changed? [15:04] How has vertical integration and D2C services impacted Yes Studios? [17:29] Why is the Israeli TV export market so successful? [19:13] How does the regulation of the Israeli TV production impact your business? [26:25] Can you tell us about your engaged social media communities, in particular Shtisel? [35:11] What impact has COVID-19 had on local productions? [40:01] What upcoming shows are you most excited about? Resources: Future of TV Webinar https://www.3vision.tv/news-insights/free-webinar-the-future-of-tv 3Vision Website: https://www.3vision.tv 3Vision Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/3vision 3Vision Twitter: @3Vision
June 23, 2021
StarzPlay on their ‘partner-first’ distribution strategy | Darren Nielson
What is StarzPlay’s ‘partner-first’ approach? Darren discusses the importance of working collaboratively and their different business models. Toby Russell, CEO of 3Vision sits down with Darren Nielson, SVP of Starz to discuss StarzPlay’s positioning in the market, their relationship with parent company Lionsgate and the need for streaming video aggregators. Darren Nielson is the SVP of Business Development at Starz. He has been responsible for launching StarzPlay in over 30 countries, including building dozens of distribution partnerships across global OTT platforms, local telcos and retail partners. Here is a breakdown of the topics discussed in this episode: [01:33] What is StarzPlay’s content curation strategy? [07:07] What is StarzPlay’s partner distribution approach? [13:15] What are the different partnership business models that StarzPlay offers? [14:00] What is your managed service approach for partners? [15:52] Do you have access to partners data? [17:40] Do you think there is a need for streaming video aggregators in the market? [19:55] Can you tell us about Starz relationship with Lionsgate? How important is that in-house content relationship? [25:17] There is a lot of consolidation happening in the industry such as the Amazon and MGM merger - will this impact your strategy? [28:00] What shows have you got coming up that you are excited about? Resources: Future of TV Webinar: https://www.3vision.tv/news-insights/free-webinar-the-future-of-tv 3Vision Website: https://www.3vision.tv 3Vision Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/3vision 3Vision Twitter: @3Vision
June 9, 2021
ScreenHits TV on the future of video service aggregation | Rose Adkins Hulse
Are streaming video aggregators the answer to subscription fatigue and navigating a world of too much choice? Rose Adkins Hulse discusses their ScreenHits TV app and their content curation strategy. Rose speaks with Jack Davison, EVP of 3Vision on a wide range of topics currently impacting the TV industry including the importance of search and discovery, SVOD churn, bundling and the future for Pay TV. Rose Adkins Hulse is the founder of technology company ScreenHits TV, a streaming video aggregator app that allows consumers to access different streaming services (free, SVOD and live online TV) together in a single interface. . Prior to this, Rose worked at noted organisations including The Hollywood Reporter, NBC Universal and The Sundance Institute. Here is a breakdown of the topics discussed in this episode: [02:24] What are the key benefits to the consumer for using a streaming video aggregator app like ScreenHits TV? [05:21] How is discovery and search functionality enhanced by using a video service aggregator? [09:10] How important is bundling to ScreenHits TV strategy and will you be working with any global streamers? [11:37] Can you tell us about ScreenHits TV business model? [16:37] How does ScreenHits TV help reduce SVOD churn for its partners? [17:47] What is your content curation strategy for your platform? [20:01] Do you think there is room for other video service aggregators in the market? What about niche aggregators? [24:36] What is the future for Pay TV and are they well placed to take on the role of the the super aggregators? Resources: Super Aggregators of TV Content White Paper: https://www.3vision.tv/news-insights/super-aggregators-of-tv-content 3Vision Website: https://www.3vision.tv 3Vision LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/3vision 3Vision Twitter: @3Vision
May 26, 2021
Lionsgate on AVOD and the importance of data analysis | Jim Packer
What is Lionsgate’s AVOD strategy? Jim Packer discusses the importance of analysing AVOD data to help drive future growth. Jim speaks with Jack Davison, EVP of 3Vision on a wide range of topics including the evolution of different licensing models, COVID-19 content consumption trends, the importance of research and their partnership with STARZPLAY. Jim Packer is President of Worldwide Television Distribution at Lionsgate. He oversees the distribution, licensing and marketing of Lionsgate’s diverse slate of feature films, one of the largest independent television businesses in the world, a 17,000-title film and television library and a robust slate of STARZ programming to a broad range of digital and linear platforms around the world.. Here is a breakdown of the topics discussed in this episode: [02:50] An overview of your role at Lionsgate and your content library [07:28] How has the role of the distributor fundamentally changed? [08:14] What is Lionsgate’s research strategy? [10:27] How has the pandemic changed consumer TV and film consumption behaviour? [11:42] Has COVID-19 impacted how you conduct business in other territories? [15:20] What are the different licensing approaches you have undertaken for films during the pandemic? [17:44] What are your thoughts on the different licensing models and windowing strategies currently being used by other Studios? [22:05] Do you consider AVOD to be a major growth area for Lionsgate? [28:18] Can you tell us more about your partnership with STARZPLAY? [33:30] What TV shows have you got coming up that you are excited about? Resources: 3Vision Webinar: ‘The Future of TV - Global Content Distribution Trends’ https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/3816203734984/WN_u9UIPe5xQjq4aKLDkcCrRQ 3Vision Website: https://www.3vision.tv 3Vision Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/3vision 3Vision Twitter: @3Vision
May 12, 2021
VICE Studios on their AVOD approach and strategic partnerships| Kate Ward
The importance of AVOD to VICE’s distribution strategy. Kate discusses the complex distribution ecosystem and how the traditional windowing strategy is being challenged. Kate speaks with Hayley Bull, Director of 3Vision on the launch of VICE’s distribution arm during COVID-19, strategic partnerships including SBS Australia and the importance of their linear TV business. Kate Ward is President of VICE Studios, VICE Media Group’s international television and feature film production arm. The business encompasses the development, production, financing and distribution of quality English and local language scripted, entertainment and factual content. Here is a breakdown of the topics discussed in this episode: [01:40] Introduction to VICE Media Group and the lines of business [05:13] You launched your new VICE distribution arm during the height of the pandemic, what were the key learnings? [07:08] What impact did Covid-19 have on TV production? [09.15] Can you tell us more about VICE’s partnership with All4? [10:37] is AVOD an important focus for VICE? [15:45] How does VICE balance supplying shows to your own services (vertical integration) versus licensing content to third party services? Have you established a windowing structure that works? [19:08] How important are Vice's linear TV channels to the business? [21:03] How important are strategic partnerships (i.e. SBS Australia) to your distribution strategy? [22:47] What do you think VICE's relationships with Pay TV services will look like in the future? [24:32] Can you give us an idea of the scale and focus for VICE Studios, including global productions and plans for the future? [28:20] What new shows are you excited about? Resources: Register for our free webinar ‘The Future of TV’ 6 May at 16:00 BST http://bit.ly/Webinar-Future-of-TV-P 3Vision Website: https://www.3vision.tv 3Vision Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/3vision 3Vision Twitter: @3Vision
April 28, 2021
MultiChoice on their local content strategy | Aletta Alberts
Update: We were incredibly saddened to hear the news of Aletta Alberts passing, she was a fantastic leader at MultiChoice and an African television pioneer. She will be truly missed. How important is local TV content in Africa? Aletta Alberts discusses MultiChoice’s focus on local content and how people on the continent want to see a reflection of themselves. Aletta talks with our COO Jonathan Nickell on a wide range of topics currently facing the TV industry including Covid-19 productions, piracy and internet connectivity in Africa. Aletta Alberts is the Executive Head of Content, Strategy and Third Party Channels at MultiChoice. She is a media content strategist and innovator and has over 30 years’ experience in the competitive African television market. Here is a break down of what we discussed in the podcast: - [01:50] How important is local TV content in Africa? - [03:15 ]What is MultiChoice’s local content strategy? - [05:10] How do you curate your content for your TV channels, is it via In-house production or content acquisition? - [05:44] How has Covid-19 impacted your TV productions? - [06:28] Can you tell us about any innovative TV shows you have produced during Covid-19? - [08:39] Is MultiChoice's investment in local TV content providing a return on investment? - [09:44] How are MultiChoice adapting their local TV content for different countries? - [11:27] How have you sourced different TV content during Covid-19? - [13:55] With more OTT streaming services launching globally, do you plan to take a super aggregator approach? - [16:53] Is TV content piracy still a big issue in Africa? - [18:16] STV and ETV don’t do much online, do you think that is going to change? - [19:52] What do you think the role of Telcos will be in Africa for bringing TV content to the wider audience? - [26:23] With Premium Free launching, do you think services like this are likely to be successful? - [29:18] What is the future for MultiChoice and where will the developments be? Resources: 3Vision Website: https://www.3vision.tv Super Aggregator of TV Content White Paper - https://www.3vision.tv/news-insights/super-aggregators-of-tv-content 3Vision Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/3vision 3Vision Twitter: @3Vision
April 14, 2021
MGM on the impact of COVID-19 and PVOD | Chris Ottinger
How has Covid impacted MGM’s business? Chris Ottinger discusses how they have pivoted their approach in response to global cinema closures and their PVOD strategy. Chris talks with our COO Jonathan Nickell on a wide range of topics currently impacting the entertainment industry. These include the rise of AVOD, international SVOD markets, Amazon and MGM’s third party licensing approach. Chris Ottinger is the President of Worldwide Television Distribution & Acquisitions at MGM. He leads the global distribution strategy and operations for MGM’s exceptional portfolio of television series, feature films and formats on a worldwide basis including managing MGM’s over-the-air broadcast networks, branded film channels and on-demand services. Here is a breakdown of the topics discussed in this episode: - [4.00] How has COVID-19 impacted MGM’s film and television business? What has your strategy been for PVOD? - [9.35] After the pandemic, will MGM continue with PVOD? - [12.54] Have MGM tested different pricing for PVOD and has there been any price sensitivity? - [14.08] What do you think MGM’s major growth markets will be? - [18.37] MGM have recently launched in Africa, has that been successful? - [20.40] In markets where MGM’s own products might struggle to surface, do you have a different strategy for those territories? - [22.40] Does MGM see AVOD as a high growth area? - [27.02] What upcoming shows or movies are you excited about? - [31.30] The latest Bond film, 'No Time to Die' Resources: 3Vision Website: https://www.3vision.tv Super Aggregator of TV Content White Paper - https://www.3vision.tv/news-insights/super-aggregators-of-tv-content 3Vision LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/3vision 3Vision Twitter: @3Vision
March 31, 2021
SVT on their Digital first approach and box-setting | Stephen Mowbray
What is SVT’s digital first approach? The highly innovative Swedish and Nordic market is leading the way in many trends, Stephen Mowbray discusses the importance of SVT play and how they plan to release big TV shows in box-set format each week. Stephen talks with our CEO Toby Russell on a wide range of topics including their European acquisition strategy, the SVOD market, Netflix and audience consumption habits in Sweden. Stephen Mowbray is Head of Acquisitions at SVT. He has been with the Swedish public broadcaster for 13 years, driving strategy and negotiating major deals and packages. Here is a break down of the topics discussed in this episode: - [1.31] About SVT, (The BBC of Sweden) - [3.03] How is SVT Play performing in comparison to your linear channels? - [3:50] How is SVT localising TV content for its audiences. Are there any key genres you are focusing on? - [5.19] What are the key markets you acquire TV content from? How important is US content? - [7:04] SVT digital first approach and box-setting - [9:30] How has Netflix impacted TV audience consumption habits in Sweden? - [11:18] Will linear TV become less relevant in the Swedish and Nordic market? - [13:01] The SVOD market in Sweden is already saturated, do you see further growth in this area? - [18:14] Why do you think Dublin Murders performed so well? - [21:39] Can you tell us more about your digital first TV strategy for the summer? - [24.58] How has Covid-19 impacted SVT’s content acquisition strategy, how you select content and also timeframes? Resources: 3Vision Website: https://www.3vision.tv Super Aggregator of TV Content White Paper - https://www.3vision.tv/news-insights/super-aggregators-of-tv-content 3Vision Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/3vision 3Vision Twitter: @3Vision
March 18, 2021
Paramount Pictures on in-car entertainment and D2C content | Ted Schilowitz
In this episode our Director Hayley Bull speaks with Ted Schilowitz, Futurist, Paramount Pictures. They discuss video entertainment in connected vehicles, producing content for D2C services, the future for cinemas and looking beyond Paramount Plus. Ted spends his time and pursues his passion in a unique role in the motion picture entertainment industry. As the Futurist at Paramount pictures, Ted works with studio leadership and the technology teams at Paramount / Viacom/ CBS, exploring forms of new and emerging technologies, with an emphasis on Virtual and Mixed Reality. Ted is no stranger to a podcast, you can catch him on his weekly podcast, This Week in XR Podcast, with Forbes tech columnist Charlie Fink. If you would like to get in contact with Ted, he can be reached on Twitter @VirtualTedS
March 3, 2021
SBS Australia on content curation and shunning algorithms | Peter Andrews
In this episode our CEO Toby Russell caught up with Peter Andrews, Head of Network Programming - Television and Online, SBS Australia. Peter talks us through the competitive Australian TV market, their content strategy and acquisition plan and the innovative SBS On-demand service.
February 24, 2021
Fremantle on their content strategy and Covid-19 | Jamie Lynn
In this episode our CEO Toby Russell caught up with Jamie Lynn, EVP Co-production & Distribution EMEA at Fremantle. As well as giving us the insider view on the evolution of Fremantle’s production and distribution business Jamie reveals how the deal to produce the high profile COVID drama ’This Spectred Isle with was put together with Sky in the UK.
February 17, 2021
TV Trends to watch in 2021 | 3Vision's Trend Survey Results
In this episode our EVP Jack Davison & Senior Manager Liam Costello discuss the results of our 2021 Trends Survey, where we collected industry expert views on the most important and dynamic sectors including Direct to Consumer services, SVOD, Drama Production, Licensing, Free TV Broadcaster innovation and AVOD.
February 12, 2021
ViacomCBS on their licensing strategy and AVOD | Barry Chamberlain
This episode our CEO Toby Russell managed to catch up with Barry Chamberlain before he leaves ViacomCBS after 21 successful and eventful years. They discuss how COVID has impacted international TV sales while building a new combined sales team, the ViacomCBS licensing strategy as Paramount+ launches and Barry explains the concept of “parachute programming”.
December 21, 2020
Banijay Rights on the Endemol Shine Group acquisition | Matt Creasey
This episode our CEO Toby Russell speaks with Matt Creasey, EVP of Banijay Rights. They discuss the recent Endemol Shine acquisition, how they have reacted to COVID19, insights into the premium drama co-production space and how global streamer like Apple are open for business. They also explore the growing opportunities in AVOD.
December 9, 2020
ViacomCBS on COVID-19 TV viewing trends | Christian Kurz
This week our CEO Toby Russell speaks with Christian Kurz, SVP Global Consumer Insights at ViacomCBS. Christian provides amazing research on how COVID19 has impacted viewing trends and how VIacomCBS see the evolution of the content world.
November 18, 2020
Eutelsat on OTT and HD in the African TV market | Christoph Limmer
This episode our COO Jonathan speaks with Christoph Limmer, EVP of Commercial Development at Eutelsat. They discuss the rise of OTT in Africa & the increasing demand of HD.
November 4, 2020
TRACE TV on Africa's linear and VOD landscape and TRACE Play | Olivier Laouchez
In this episode our COO Jonathan speaks with Olivier Laouchez - Co-founder, chairman & CEO of TRACE TV. They discuss the movement of linear to VOD in Africa, the dominant pay platforms DSTV and Canal+ & also TRACE’S new OTT service ’TRACE Play’.
October 21, 2020
NBCUniversal on how carriage deals are changing in response to on-demand | Jo Sherlock
This episode, our COO Jonathan sits down with Jo Sherlock, SVP of Commercial EMEA at NBCUniversal. They discuss how the market for channel carriage deals in EMEA is changing in response to the growth of On-Demand.
October 7, 2020
Starz on their Lionsgate partnership and Starz Originals | Jeff Cooke
This episode our CEO Toby Russell sits down with Jeff Cooke, VP Programming at Starz. They discuss how Jeff and the team have worked with their parent Lionsgate and distribution partners to acquire stand-out content for their SVOD service StarzPlay and successfully launch across key Western European and Latin American markets, with many more to come. Alongside the Starz Originals, get the inside story behind the acquisitions of some of StarzPlay's marquee titles including Normal People (Endeavor) and The Act (NBCU) as well as the opportunities they continue to seize on a local level, such as Killing Eve in Germany. They also discuss how Starz Play has secured rights to the iconic series Mad Men in an innovative new non-exclusive licensing agreement which will see the show also appear on Amazon/IMDB TV and AMC and StarzPlay. To see the latest titles from StarzPlay in your territory head over to StarzPlay.com Reach out to Jeff via email at firstname.lastname@example.org Reach out to us at 3Vision.tv
September 23, 2020
British Film Institute on BFI player and their virtual film festival | Ed Humphrey
This episode our CEO Toby sits down with Ed Humphrey, Director of Digital & Ventures at the British Film Institute. They discuss the innovative new ways the BFI have taken the archive to market and how it has adapted to successfully run its film festival in the era of COVID, alongside the opportunities this new landscape presents. Watch the greatest global cinema and more from the archive on the BFI Player Search for productions by where they were produced in the UK with the BFI Britain on Film Map Find out more about this year's online BFI London Film Festival Get in contact with Ed on Twitter @EdwardHumphrey Reach out to us at 3Vision.tv
September 9, 2020
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July 31, 2020