January 20-22, 2014

eOne Suite: Fontainebleau, Versailles Tower, 8th Floor, Suite 861/862/863

eOne Events at NATPE Miami:

Global Navigators: International Co-production: Who and What You Need to Know About Europe

  • Thursday, Jan 22

  • 9:00-9:45 AM

  • Room: Glimmer 1 & 2

The flow of content between Europe and the U.S. is increasing and coproductions are increasingly taking center stage. Co-productions now figure largely into the growth of international media corporations looking for ways to maximize their production investments, and partnering between U.S. and European media companies to produce content without borders has become a way to guarantee broad distribution. Not only does this trend show no evidence of slowing down, it has also yielded award winning and highly rated programming. NATPE is honored to host the key executive leaders in this space, who will discuss working with European producers, distributors and broadcasters and crafting the perfect Co Pro between European and North American partners. If your content travels the globe – or you would like it to – make this session part of your NATPE 2015 itinerary.

  • Moderator(s): Stewart Clarke - Editorial Director, Television Business International (TBI)

  • Panelist(s):

    • Philippe Maigret - CEO, Endemol Studios, Endemol USA

    • Carrie Stein - EVP, Global Productions, Entertainment One Television

    • Craig Cegielski - Executive Vice President of Scripted Programming & Development, FremantleMedia North America

    • Matt Forde - EVP TV Sales, Co-Production & Digital Distribution, BBC Worldwide North America

Global Navigators: The World Is a Screen: Programming Trends Around the Globe

  • Thursday, Jan 22nd

  • 10:00-10:45 AM

  • Room: Glimmer 1 & 2

From Korean telenovelas being adapted into U.S. network primetime shows, to big budget internationally cast historical dramas filmed entirely overseas for U.S. digital platform release, international programming developments are changing the world’s content landscape. Israel, Turkey, Malaysia, Korea – these and many more locales can claim home grown productions that have crossed multiple borders to magnificent viewership numbers. Understanding exactly how and why these developments occur can provide valuable insight – and foresight – regarding new business models and partnerships. How can you benefit from an international approach to television production? NATPE gathers the world’s storytellers to answer these and other questions, and discuss the best routes to international programming success. Do not miss your chance to travel to the four corners of the globe with us, reveling in exotic deals and cosmopolitan storytelling . . . with no TSA screening required!

  • Moderator(s): Stu Levy - Founder, TOKYOPOP, International Chair, Producer's Guild of America

  • Panelist(s):

    • Jorge Granier - CEO, Latin Everywhere

    • Sebastien Dong-hun Lee - Co-Founder / Producer, EnterMedia Contents

    • John Morayniss - CEO, Entertainment One Television

    • Jens Richter - CEO, FremantleMedia International

    • David Glasser - Chief Operations Officer, The Weinstein Company