Get Ready For Mipcom: A Quick Guide

By Pickle  August 31, 2019

ALL UNDER ONE ROOF

MIPCOM will bring together world’s top TV and digital content executives, including 13,800 delegates from more than 110 countries, 4,800 buyers and 2,000 exhibition companies and 250 speakers. The number of SVOD and digital platforms attending MIPCOM is on the rise.

INEVITABLE INDIA

Indian media, entertainment and technology services are growing at an accelerated pace on the back of growing offshore services domain, especially in animation, VFX, gaming, AR/VR, film production, location and new media, among others. The Indian animation and VFX services have gained a lot of traction among the international producers and production houses. Top Indian companies have attained leadership to provide niche cloud services for global M&E companies and studios.

INDIA PAVILION @ MIPCOM

Service Exports Promotion Council (SEPC), set up by the Ministry of Commerce, Government of India, is offering subsidised registration for Indian delegates at MIPCOM — the world’s biggest entertainment content market at Cannes (October 14-17, 2019). For the second consequtive year, SEPC will set up India Pavilion at MICPOM. Over 200 Indian delegates representing 80 companies participate at MIPCOM every October.

BOOSTING INDIA’S SERVICE POTENTIAL

“Our objective is to handhold independent creative producers, small and medium audiovisual and media services companies to participate at MIPCOM and enhance their business as well as boost India’s service potential in M&E sector,” says Sangeeta Godbole, Director General, SEPC. “The whole objective is to give Indian M&E companies better access to buyers and distributors and help them grow in the new global markets.”

STREAMING REVOLUTION 2.0

Get ready for Streaming Revolution 2.0. MIPCOM’s 2019 conference theme “THE STREAMING OFFENSIVE” resonates across the entire industry. The long awaited strike back has arrived. Media giants, now bigger than ever, are organized and ready to unleash their direct-to-consumer offensive. The highly anticipated new SVOD and AVOD streaming platforms are about to shake-up the global distribution model once again. A fundamental transformation of the content production and licensing ecosystem translating into major streamlining of organizations and business models; new opportunities for technology partners to respond to the insatiable demand for faster content delivery, and richer sound and video experiences; and the never-ending quest for signature programming, top talent and premium IP.

WORLD PREMIERE SCREENING:

AGENT HAMILTON

‘Agent Hamilton’, a spy thriller series based on one of Scandinavia’s hottest literary properties, is set TO have its World Premiere TV Screening.

The 10-hour spy thriller IS currently in production, by DramaCorp for Swedish broadcaster TV4 in co-production with ZDF. Agent Hamilton is based on famous Swedish author/journalist Jan Guillou’s Hamilton novels, which are considered Scandinavia’s most successful literary property of all time. Since it’s set in several countries, the series presents a number of local languages which are held together by a central English-language narrative.

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