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World Screen Weekly
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October 10, 2019

In this week's edition:
• New from WorldScreenings.com
• MIPCOM Resources

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In the news

***CJ E&M***As executives from the global content business gear up to travel to Cannes for MIPCOM next week, Reed MIDEM provided an update on plans for a “reimagined” MIPTV. Reed MIDEM is upping the number of hosted buyers for MIPTV 2020 by 50 percent and has announced a slate of distributors that have confirmed their plans to participate in the event, set for March 30 to April 2. MIPCOM, meanwhile, is set to feature 60-plus new exhibitors and a series of keynote addresses and panels under the theme “The Streaming Offensive,” Reed MIDEM’s Laurine Garaude tells World Screen. In streaming platform news, NBCUniversal has tapped Matt Strauss to lead Peacock, with Bonnie Hammer moving to oversee the new content studios segment, and Amazon launched its Prime Video Channels offering in Mexico. As content consumption increasingly moves online, television’s share of the total ad pie is forecast to slip to 27 percent by 2021, according to Zenith. Its Advertising Expenditure Forecasts projects that total global adspend will rise by 4.4 percent to reach $640 billion this year, with similar forecasts for 2020 and 2021.

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WorldScreenings.com: New Shows for MIPCOM

Visit WorldScreenings.com’s dedicated event room for MIPCOM to discover a host of new content available at the market. You can search for shows by distributor, genre or keyword. Key categories include animation, comedy, crime, documentary, drama, entertainment, factual, feature film, format, HD, kids, lifestyle, preschool, reality, telenovela and TV movie, among others.

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***ASIA VIDEO SUMMIT***

World Screen Digital Edition

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***Image***Got Talent?: This special report on recruiting and managing talent includes interviews with Rob Lowe, Michael Sheen, Patricia Arquette, Paul Giamatti, Ryan Eggold, Carrie-Anne Moss, Eugene Levy, Jason Priestley, Archie Panjabi and Robson Green. There are also interviews with Viacom’s Robert Bakish, WarnerMedia’s Robert Greenblatt, Disney Television Studios’ Craig Hunegs, Nine’s Hugh Marks, Amazon Studios’ James Farrell, FOX Entertainment’s Charlie Collier and OSN’s Patrick Tillieux.

You can also access the digital editions of TV Europe, TV Kids, TV Drama, TV Formats, TV RealTV Asia, TV Latina and TV Listings.


World Screen App Updated for MIPCOM

***World Screen App***The World Screen app is now updated for MIPCOM, delivering program listings, news and a range of resources to help you make the most out of your time in Cannes.

iPhone and iPad users can download the app from the iTunes App Store. Android users can get the app from the Google Play Store.

Have the app already? Just open it up on your device and it will update automatically with all of our new content for MIPCOM. You can also click on the app settings in the sidebar menu and select “Check for new content.”

The exclusive sponsor of the World Screen app is Fremantle.


World Screen Preview for MIPCOM

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World Screen Guide 2019

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