MONDAY, JANUARY 27 - THURSDAY, JANUARY 30
SHERATON NEW ORLEANS
Marriott Marquis | Washington, DC | Sunday, January 28 – Wednesday, January 31, 2020

Session

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Tuesday, January 28
10:45am - 11:45am
Grand Ballroom A/B

Natural History's Brave New World

Tuesday, January 28
10:45am - 11:45am
Grand Ballroom A/B

Natural History's Brave New World

Blue chip natural history and other specialist factual genres have proven to be hugely successful for broadcasters and streaming platforms alike, and now the major streamers are making significant investment in producing and owning such content. As the content ecosystem continues to evolve, with new streamers set to emerge and cable nets making bigger moves into OTT, will producers of this content be happy beneficiaries of an "arms race" for the biggest and best programming? How will this impact the broadcasting landscape? And how will specialist factual evolve under the spotlight?


Moderating:


Al Berman

President & Executive Producer

Berman Productions

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Featuring:


Mike Gunton

Creative Director, Factual & Natural History Unit

BBC Studios

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Janet Han Vissering

SVP, Development & Production

Nat Geo Wild

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Andrew Jackson

President Plimsoll International

Plimsoll Productions

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Laura Marshall

CEO

Icon Films

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