Too Much TV! Navigating The New Golden Age

Too Much TV! Navigating The New Golden Age

Wednesday, 10 February, 2021
4:00pm

Location

Online
United Kingdom
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Are we on the verge of having too much TV?  

With soaring investment in production from the streamers and American imports alongside the UK’s PSBs, it looks like we are entering a golden age of TV — particularly with drama.
 
However, the fragmentation of platforms to view much of this content is making it harder for viewers to easily find what they want to watch. 
 
Is the streaming market becoming oversaturated with an increasing number of subscriptions and rising costs? Is word-of-mouth marketing more important than ever?  How do viewers navigate this new world? Why hasn’t technology caught up and come to the rescue? How do series stand out to make their return on investment? 
 
In this session, we challenge our panel to come up with some of the answers.
 
Chair:
Abby Robinson - TV Writer, Digital Spy

Panel:
Manori Ravindran - International Editor, Variety
Frances Taylor - Streaming Editor, Radio Times
Nigel Walley - MD, Decipher

Producers: Philip Barnes and Damien Ashton-Wellman

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Are we on the verge of having too much TV?