In this episode, YouTube's Luke Hyams gives insight into how producers can create very distinctive content for such a unique platform. Heather Fallon and Alice Redman also talk BBC's new comedy team, as well as their greenlights of the week.
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Episode 41: Commissioning Christmas Special
44:18In our final episode of 2021, Alice Redman and Heather Fallon discuss the biggest news stories, reveal TV’s favourite television of the year and test their memories of a record year.
Episode 40: Starzplay VP of International Programming, Jeff Cooke
23:58This week Alice and Heather discuss their greenlights of the week, and the upcoming special Christmas episode of Commissioning Conversations. Later on Alice is joined by Jeff Cooke, VP of International Programming at Starzplay to discuss international commissioning and the range of deals available to producers looking to work with him.
Episode 39: Luke Hyams, YouTube‘s Head of Originals EMEA
27:24In this episode, YouTube's Luke Hyams gives insight into how producers can create very distinctive content for such a unique platform. Heather Fallon and Alice Redman also talk BBC's new comedy team, as well as their greenlights of the week.
Episode 38: MIPCOM recap with Digital-i
25:49This week Alice and Heather are joined by Matt Ross and Sophia Vahdati from insight company Digital-i, who specialise in TV and media industry analysis. Together they recap this year's MIPCOM, the global market for entertainment content across all platforms.
Episode 37: Discovery‘s VP of Development, Laura Crowson
21:31This week, Discovery's VP of Development Laura Crowson speaks to Alice Redman about taking pitches from UK producers to feed into the US pipeline, and more. Plus, Alice and Heather discuss their Greenlight of the Week.
Episode 36: Why does Netflix cancel shows? with Digital-i
28:47Alice and Heather are joined by Digital-i to discuss why Netflix cancel programmes.
Episode 35: Edinburgh TV Festival recap + Rosie Jones
19:58This week, Alice and Heather recap their highlights and key themes of this year's Edinburgh TV Festival. Plus, Heather speaks with comedian Rosie Jones about how she got into TV.
Episode 34: ITV Head of Factual Entertainment Sue Murphy + Netflix's Q2 results
31:47This week, Alice Redman and Heather Fallon speak to ITV's Head of Factual Entertainment, Sue Murphy, about her 9pm ambitions for the broadcaster, plus they break down Netflix's Q2 results with Matt Ross from Digital-i, a technology and insight company that specializes in TV and media industry analysis, to uncover what's next for the streaming giant.
Episode 33: Channel 4 Daytime & Features special
23:40This week Alice Redman speaks to Kate Thomas, Deborah Dunnett and Jayne Stanger from the Channel 4 daytime and features team, commissioning editors based in the nations and regions. The team, who are responsible for getting out-of-London commissions through Channel 4's doors and onto TV screens, discuss their remits and much more.
Episode 32: BBC new hires, C4 privatisation & Nevision
24:00This week, Alice Redman and Heather Fallon discuss the latest commissioning news, including BBC new hires and Channel 4 privatisation. Later, Alice is joined by Commissioner Index subscriber Nevision's scripted creative director, Neil Zeiger. All that, plus Alice and Heather dish on their greenlight of the week.