MIPCOM: Hot & Happening

By Pickle  October 15, 2018

MIPCOM. It’s that time of the year. Undoubtedly, MIPCOM is the finest in the global media markets that empowers delegates to network with the best business minds, capture emerging trends, listen to masterminds, create business for products and services
and think innovation.

MIPCOM has brought together world’s top TV and digital content executives, including 13,800 delegates from more than 110 countries, 4,700 buyers and 2,000+ exhibition companies. The number of SVOD and digital platforms attending MIPCOM is on the rise. It is a must attend for decision makers to grasp the new ecosystems in the media business.

It is the largest gathering of the global entertainment content industry, bringing together producers, creators, distributors, studios, independent production companies, investors, talent and thousands of programmes from every genre.

Reflecting the state of the industry, this year’s central theme at MIPCOM is ‘The Big Shift: Transitioning To A Reshaped Media Landscape’. Throughout MIPCOM’s conference programme, one can hear from top thought-leaders and talents including actor, producer and MIPCOM Personality Of The Year Issa Rae; BBC Studios’ CEO Tim Davie; ITV’s CEO Carolyn McCall; AMC Networks’ president and CEO Josh Sapan; Endeavor CEO Ari Emmanuel; Twitter’s vice-president and global head of content partnerships Kay Madati; celebrity chief and campaigner Jamie Oliver; and critically-acclaimed creators Alex Pna, Lorenzo Mieli and Eric Newman..

Top Chinese Animation creative minds at MIPCOM 2018

With over 110 countries represented, MIPCOM is the home of the global television industry and this year it will be showcasing China as country of honour. It will give delegates the opportunity to discover the latest programmes coming out of China, learn about the
trends in the Chinese TV market and meet with existing or future partners in the Chinese production and broadcasting sector. China has already made a splash at MIPJunior positioning its strength in the animation space. Over 200 Chinese delegates are at MIPCOM

Over 90 Indian media and entertainment companies are at MIPCOM with a wide range of content for global consumption. For the first time Services Export Promotion Council, set up by the Ministry of Commerce, Government of India will manage and organise India Pavilion at MIPCOM. Click here for India Directory at MIPCOM. Eros Now will premiere and showcase its new original Smoke at MIPCOM on Monday. Top Indian M&E companies including Reliance Industries, Reliance Entertainment, Zee Entertainment Enterprises, Star India, Viacom18/IndiaCast, DQ Entertainment International, Greengold Animation are at MIPCOM.

Television is about entertainment and MIPCOM is where great shows are launched. This year is no exception, with the World Premiere TV Screening of CBS’ Ben Stiller-directed Escape To Dannemora; the MIPCOM pre-opening screening of new Russian drama Trigger and the World Premiere TV Screening of Movistar+/Telefonica’s original series The Pier from creators Alex Pna and Esther Martinez Lobato- both brought to Cannes by Beta Film; and the Asian World Premiere TV Screening of Nippon TV’s Way Too Kawaii!

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