Broadcaster Roundup: What Global Creators Need To Know
An unparalleled opportunity to hear directly from broadcast industry leaders and gain first-hand knowledge and insight regarding specific trends in balancing territorial programming needs within the multi-national television marketplace. Moderated by Stewart Clarke, Editorial Director at Television Business International (TBI); speakers to be announced.
This unique panel offers unparalleled access to broadcast industry leaders. The audience will gain first-hand knowledge and insight regarding these critical issues: Which show types, genres, rights and territorial programming are networks trying to find? How can production companies meet the specific needs of broadcasters in European regions? What are the key elements to focus on in the multi-national television marketplace? This session will be filled to capacity, so plan now to arrive early and ensure your attendance!
Stewart Clarke, Editor, TBI Magazine and TBI Vision, Informa Telecoms & Media
Speakers to be announced.
Editor, TBI Magazine and TBI Vision
Informa Telecoms & Media
Stewart is the Editor for TBI Magazine and TBI Vision at Informa Telecoms & Media. His day-to-day responsibilities include editorial control of a range of publications including TV International, TVI Daily and TBI magazine (Television Business International). He also plays an active role in organising several of Informa’s TV-related industry events. He has worked in various guises at the UK-listed company, including reporter, deputy editor and editor, since joining in 2001. Previously, he was a journalist with PJB Publications’ The Regulatory Affairs Journal, compiling a regular European Union-focused news section. Stewart has written news and features for magazines including Campaign in the UK and regularly contributes to a range of titles including AsiaCom, Screen Finance and Cable and Satellite Europe. He has also been interviewed for academic and commercial projects focusing on the international TV business. He graduated from the University of Reading in 1996.