This Tuesday marked the second day of “Mipcom Week” of Mipcom Online+. Up next, ttvnews presents the day’s main highlights.
With a busy conference schedule and several agreements announced, the “Mipcom Week” of Mipcom Online+ continued this Tuesday with its second day.
Here are the most prominent headlines from day 2:
1 – The Wit revealed its Fresh TV Fiction selection
Hispanic content was represented by Veneno (Spain), End (Brazil) and Armas de mujer (US Hispanic). Turkey also made the cut: The Red Room (Eccho Rights), The Agency (Madd Entertainment) and Interrupted (Inter Medya). Read more.
2 – K7 Media offered its Top 5 Korean formats
The chosen ones were: Cash Back (CJ EMN), The Giving Quiz, Deliver Today! (SBS), Oh! My Partner (MBC), Star’s Top Recipe at Fun-Staurant (KBS Media) and Heart Signal (Channel A). Read more.
3 – Ted Sarandos, co-CEO of Netllix, provided one of the most anticipated keynotes
The executive justified Netflix’s cancellation strategy. For the OTT, longevity is an “old-fashioned measure of success.”
4 – Beta Film announced multiple sales for Tell Me Who Am I
The Movistar+ and Telemundo series was acquired in Norway, Denmark, Finland, Portugal, Greece and Cyprus. Read more.
5 – ViacomCBS International Studios announced its first animated series.
VIS joins the animated preschool series Gloria Wants to Know It All, a project by Magnus Studios, Mundoloco Animation Studios and Lanugo Media. Read more.
6 – Madd sells the Turkish version of The Good Doctor in Spain and LatAm
The Turkish distributor announced sales for A Miracle in Spain, Uruguay, Puerto Rico, Costa Rica, Estonia, Pakistan, India, Israel and South Africa. Read more.
7 – Dori Media’s Shepherd, sold to Poland and Hungary
Dori Media Group announced that it has sold the Russian series Shepherd to WP TV in Poland and RTL in Hungary.