In this episode of Digi-tales, Andy chats with Imrun Islam, Sales Exec at Studio Canal. They talk about the rise of SVOD and mobile and it’s impact on film and TV sales.
In these two episodes of Digi-tales, Andy chats with Dave Ward, co-founder and Creative Director of Create Future. The two of them talk about the Sprint methodology and how transferable it is to programme production and development, whether there is a crisis in Advertising, the rise of AI and Voice OS.
In this episode of Digi-tales Andy spoke to Matthew Angel, founder and Director of agency Aquilanta. The two of them talk about how the PSBs can adapt to the threat of Netflix and the other SVOD platforms, and celebrity representation on social media.
In this episode of Digi-tales Andy spoke to Joshua Reeves, founder of agency Reevo Media, and youtube expert. The two of them talk about the growing brands on Youtube, Instagram, and Facebook and the different strategies brands should employ for each platform.
In this episode of Digi-tales Andy spoke to Dominic Gardiner, CEO of Jetpack Distribution. The two of them chat about the changes to formats in the era of video-subscription channels, what Jetpack Media is looking for from new IP, and how much the children and family TV sectors have changed in the last ten years.
In this episode of Digi-tales Andy spoke to Alexi Wheeler, Content Executive at Netflix. The two of them chat about the changes to content creation in the era of Netflix, and what the emergence of new VOD players like Amazon, Apple, and Disney + means for producers.
In this episode, Andy talks to Bruna Capozolli, Creative Director of Popcorn Digital, an agency that provides creative content and strategy for kids and family brands looking to grow or establish their presence in the digital space.
In episode three of DIGI TALES, Andy talks to John Keeling, a partner at Media Recruitment and solutions company, Mission Bay. They talk about how well (or not) TV, Advertising and Media have adapted to the move to digital and the blurring of traditional distinctions between film and drama, TV and Advertising and the potential for fruitful and closer collaboration between these areas.
In this episode of DIGI TALES, Andy talks to David Ball, Director of International Business Development and Distribution at Warner Media about the health of established media-brands, David’s role in the development of the BBC I-player, and the rise of Voice-operated OS and what that means for media brands.
In our first episode, Andy Williams chats to writer-director Dan Berlinka about his experience producing the web-only series DIXI for the BBC and his latest BBC iplayer Boxset, THE A LIST.