The last MIPTV begins in Cannes

More than 100 exhibitors, producers, and buyers from an expected 80 countries and approximately 5,500 delegates will participate.

6 APR 2024
Imagen La industria de la televisión global se reúne en MIPTV y Canneseries

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MIPTV, the global content and co-production market show, will take place in Cannes from April 8th to 10th. More than 100 exhibitors will participate, along with producers and buyers from an expected 80 countries and approximately 5,500 delegates. Let's review some of the highlights to keep in mind.

The MIPTV market kicked off the weekend of April 6-7 with MIPDOC and MIPFORMATS, creating two days of networking, content discovery, and intelligence gathering for documentary, factual, and format communities. The 2024 conference program will also feature high-profile keynotes, exclusive analysis, and future-facing MIPLAB tracks focusing on key areas such as Finance, AI, and Fast, along with the MIO Global Fast& Avod Summit.

Regarding MIPDOC, it will focus on gathering documentary, factual, and format communities ahead of the market for two days of networking, screening, showcases, and deals. The keynote will be delivered by the acclaimed documentarian Dawn Porter. As the founder of Trilogy Films, Producer/Director Porter is renowned for an impactful body of work that explores the overlooked, reveals the consequences of policy, and views the familiar from a different perspective.

For MIPFORMATS, the pitch 2024 took place in partnership with the German company ZDF Studios. The finalists will present their original unscripted entertainment formats in front of a renowned industry jury. The prize includes a development contribution of €2000 for the winning project.

The opening keynote of MIPTV will be delivered by industry transformation expert, global studio veteran, and leading industry consultant Mark Endemaño. The presentation, titled "Back To The Future - bridging the past and present to shape tomorrow's TV landscape," will provide insights to navigate the current transformational period in the television landscape.

On the other hand, the FAST & AVOD summit will be hosted by Alan Wolk, co-founder and lead analyst at TVREV, whose core expertise lies in the intersection of advertising and streaming. Key players confirmed for the summit include Robert Andrae, Partnerships Lead EMEA Google TV, Google; Jennifer Batty, Director of Content Partnerships, Samsung TV Plus Europe and EMEA; Natalie Gabathuler-Scully, EVP, Revenue, Distribution & Data Operations, Vevo; Kasia Kieli, President & Managing Director at Warner Bros. Discovery Poland and CEO of TVN; Peyton Lombardo, Manager, 3Vision; David Salmon, Managing Director, International, Tubi Media Group; and Jordan Warkol, VP Business Development, OTTera, Inc.

It's also worth noting that some of the industry's leading companies have already confirmed their presence at MIPTV. Among them: Peekaboo Animation, ZDF Studios, MillimagesGlobo, Antena 3, Eccho Rights, Cineflix Rights, Superights, Mediawan, Global Agency, Limonero films, Intermedya, GRB media Ranch, Omens Studios, Insight TV, Only Distrib, Unifrance, WBITV, TVF, Federation Studios, Keshet international, Superhights, ABC commercial, Autentic distribution, Ubongo, Openplanet, Arte Distribution, Atresmedia, NBC Universal, All3media, TBS Japan, Woodcut, Mediaset, Mediterraneo, TVP, and Nippon TV.