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Mifa Talks - Annecy 2013

Channel Programming and the Impact on Editorial Choice

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How are the programming strategies of TV channels worked out and what is the real impact on the editorial choices of these channels? How does the time slot affect the success of the programme? How can you target content so it will touch its public? And how can programme creators (producers, writers, directors) respond in the best way to the "needs" of their clients, the TV channels?

These essential questions for the audiovisual animation sector will be developed by the BBC, TF1 and Nickelodeon, three important networks working in children's programming.
The panel, along with Médiamétrie Internationale, will present a synoptic, international and educational vision on the consumption of animated series by young viewers.

Organised by the Mifa in collaboration with Nathalie Altman, Media Valley


  • Jules BORKENT
    Jules BORKENT

    SVP Global Acquisitions and International Programming
    Nickelodeon International NY


  • Johanna KARSENTY
    Johanna KARSENTY

    Kids Research Manager
    Mediamétrie-Eurodata TV Worldwide


  • Sarah MULLER
    Sarah MULLER

    Head of Acquisitions & Drama Development

    United Kingdom

  • Nathalie PINGUET
    Nathalie PINGUET

    Deputy Director Children's Programming



  • Natalie ALTMANN
    Natalie ALTMANN

    Media Valley