FAANGS: How to Work with the New Players


Alongside Netflix and Amazon, Facebook and Snapchat announced several unscripted launches at the end of 2017. 2018 will be a year of experimenting with data, enabling them to understand exactly what users want to watch. They work with both new talents and traditional players and promote new work habits to get content that differs from that of legacy media: Dating shows and reality series are among the most represented genres. But how different are they from series broadcast on linear TV? And how difficult is it for traditional industry players to work with new arrivals?

Lauren Anderson, Chief Content Officer, NBC/Snap Joint Venture
Dave Broome, President, 25/7 Productions
Jonathan Tuovinen, COO & Head of International, Rabbit Films
Tom Wright, CEO, Vertical Networks

Hayley Babcock, Head of Formats, International Programming and Production, A+E Networks

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