More than 5,000 executives and experts of world television meet from this Tuesday in Miami at the annual convention of the National Association of Television Program Executives (NATPE).
The new trends and business models that have revolutionized the sector, especially the “video on demand” that have become fashionable companies such as Netflix, HBO and Apple TV, the need for sophisticated content, how to cross monetization systems and plans for the coming years are the main topics that will be discussed in a forum parallel to the fair.
This year’s edition will also explore the future of dramatic productions such as series and soap operas, the role of documentaries in current and future programming and the importance of fan groups known as “fandoms” in success. of the programs both on television and on the internet.
Since in 2011 NATPE moved from Miami to Las Vegas, the presence of European and Latin American operators has been increasing, while since last year there has been a greater participation of Asian producers and companies, among which representatives of China and India
The activities that include talks, debates and presentations in the halls, suites and kiosks of the large operators in the United States, Europe and Latin America will take place between January 21 and 23 at the Fontainebleau hotel in Miami Beach.
During the convention, tribute will also be paid to television personalities who have contributed to the development of the audiovisual industry.
Likewise, an award will be given to the American actress Christine Baranski while the Italian producer Pierluigi Gazzolo will become the first recipient of the Icon Award for the Latina TV Award.
Gazzolo, who serves as president of the studies and transmissions via internet, known as OTT of ViacomCBS Networks International, was also president of MTV Networks Latin America.