Blogs tagged "Rights"

July 2019

CMC 2019: Report – Stream if You Wanna Go Faster

Posted on: Wednesday 03 July 2019 3:27pm by David Hodgson

The session began with a presentation by Changemaker Dan Laws, from Youth Politics UK, which offers young people training and opportunities to discuss issues with high profile decision makers. Session: With an expert panel, comparing and contrasting Netflix, Amazon, YouTube and the rest, this session looked at their business models, and explored aspects of customer acquisition and retention strategies in a lively and highly informative session which did not disappoint. Takeaway: SVOD's sole focus is on content that can help them increase and retain subscription, nothing else matters to them. Netflix and Amazon are doing less in-house originals now, but are not necessarily commissioning more from indies as a result, preferring to acquire already established IP. Unless you have an…

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July 2018

CMC 2018: Report – Distribution – What’s Next?

Posted on: Thursday 05 July 2018 12:35am by Louise Lynch

The lively panel was comprised of Josh Scherba, DHX Media - a super producer/distributor/broadcaster behind online streaming service Wildbrain, Dominic Gardiner, Jetpack Distribution - a service-focused boutique distributor,  Colin Williams, Sixteen South - a large animation studio with ambitions to have their shows seen by every child in every home in every country and Nigel Pickard, TRX - a trading platform for programme buyers and sellers. Nigel advises “think eBay but more sophisticated”. Takeaway: Kids distribution has always been tough. Distribution is a thing of the future, not the past. Only five years ago, US was controlled by Disney, Nickelodeon and Cartoon Network. Detail: The chair, PACT’s John McVay, kicked off by asking if the kids distribution business is more…

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CMC 2018: Report – Creative Keynote: Baroness Beeban Kidron OBE

Posted on: Wednesday 04 July 2018 10:44pm by Gabrielle Smith

Changemaker and award-winning performance poet Jay Hulme introduced tonight's Creative Keynote with an honest and inspirational plea for breadth of inclusivity, understanding and empathy for all. Jay’s performed poetry came from personal experiences of what it is like to grow up transgender, and how different an experience that might have been in an accepting and tolerant society. Keynote Takeaway: ·      Those in charge do not always have your best interests in mind ·      In order to create the stories that are needed, our greatest role is to step aside for others ·      It is not how you use a camera, but what you use it for Detail: Baroness Beeban Kidron OBE is the Founder and Chair of 5Rights…

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