The Business of Scripted

MediaXchange

Access to Markets

England

2017

Total project grant (euros)

45,000

Percentage of budget funded

28%

Programme

Creative Europe

Sub-programme

MEDIA

Funding scheme

Access to Markets

Call number

17/2016

Call publication date

5 Dec 2016

Application deadline

2 Feb 2017

Result publication date

18 May 2017

Project date

5 Oct 2017 - 6 Oct 2017

Location

Stockholm, Sweden



Bringing together the strands of new perspectives and new models concerning the funding and exploitation of scripted television drama, The Business of Scripted is presented by those actually concluding deals in the international marketplace. The international TV drama finance forum aims to deliver the inside track on what underpins financing and co-production demands, and assess the risks and benefits of their application to your own projects in development. Areas covered include:

  • Get up-to-speed on industry-leading co-production and financing models
  • Learn how to best combine tax breaks and subsidies on a global scale
  • Assess hidden costs in preparing commercial negotiations
  • Take a closer look at digital business models and how they translate into deal terms
  • Preparing for a multi-partner negotiation
  • Discuss cutting-edge deal-making strategies with a view to securing more back end value.

Katrina Wood, CEO of MediaXchange said:

"We couldn't have done this without MEDIA, who once again are taking the lead in supporting innovative outreach in the industry. This support enabled us to address the underlying business implications of the drama industry, vital in underpinning the true value of the “golden age of TV drama."

For a list of speakers at the 2017 event, visit the MediaXchange website.



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