Robert Kyncl, YouTube's Chief Business Officer for more than a decade, explores the global rise of the Creator economy, the creative competition he sees globally and the trend of more creative talent going direct to audiences and bypassing traditional models, and shares his thoughts on what this means for television as we know it.
This series will make Strictly history with the show's first ever same-sex dance pair. Nicola Adams OBE will be part of an all-female dance partnership.
Putting some sparkle and shimmer back into our Saturday and Sunday nights, the BBC has started to announce the celebrity dancers who will be taking to the dance floor.
My alarm has been almost constantly set for 3:30am for seven years now. My body is so attuned to it that I almost always awake before it goes off. It’s now 3:03am on Monday morning and I’m staring at my phone, having just been happily dreaming about glaciers.
Shifting viewing habits, developments in technology and the rapidly evolving competitive landscape are having a fundamental impact on our industry,” argued RTS Convention Chair Carolyn McCall as she opened Cambridge 2019.
But amid the change and uncertainty, which included Britain’s future relationship with Europe and the rest of the world, McCall maintained that television had a bright future.
Carolyn McCall, CEO at ITV, sets the scene for the RTS Cambridge Convention 2019 with a wide ranging look at the challenges and opportunities for the television industry in a fast-changing world.
Host Susanna Reid talks to Neil Mortensen, Kevin Lygo and the consumer panel in Leeds with Ranvir Singh, about the the changing TV landscape.
McCall is joined by Susanna Reid, Neil Mortensen, Kevin Lygo and the consumer panel in Leeds with Ranvir Singh, as they discuss a wide ranging look at the challenges and opportunities for the television industry in a fast-changing world.
Susanna Reid, Journalist and Broadcaster
Ranvir Singh, Journalist and Broadcaster