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TV Drama Launches New In-Demand Genre Reports


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As part of our efforts to help buyers find the best content to fill their slates, TV Drama is launching a series of weekly genre reports this summer, spotlighting new shows in a variety of areas.

This July, we’ll be highlighting four key genres in the scripted business: crime, romance & family, Scandinavian and Turkish. In the absence of conventions this summer, this is the perfect opportunity for buyers to discover new scripted shows on the market.

With a banner purchase in the TV Drama In-Demand report (size: 600×120 pixels), you can highlight one of your key properties, providing important details like commissioning broadcaster and production company, synopsis and duration, ratings information and contacts. Most importantly, you can submit a video pitch from your CEO or head of sales introducing the trailer!

This new newsletter will be sent to our database of readers in the drama community every Monday in July, reaching 22,000 executives across the globe. You can see what the newsletter will look like here.

You will also receive continued exposure:

Your trailer and video pitch will be featured as a New from WorldScreenings highlight in TV Drama Daily for two weeks. Your trailer and video pitch will be featured in a TV Drama In-Demand event room on WorldScreenings.com for two months. This event room will be promoted in TV Drama Weekly and TV Drama Daily throughout the months of July and August.

The full schedule of the In-Demand Genre Reports is below:
July 6: Crime
July 13: Romance & Family
July 20: Scandinavian
July 27: Turkish

Want to be included in one or more of the TV Drama In-Demand reports?
Contact Ricardo Guise at [email protected]
or Dana Mattison at [email protected].








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