Podcasts & Videos - interviews by Kate
Kate was a featured guest commentator on the Media Podcast April 28 2023
A busy The Media Podcast this week with the Press Gazette's Charlotte Tobitt, Broadcast's John Elmes and commentator Kate Bulkley. We're talking IPSO, redundancies, Tucker Carlson and MIPTV.
Kate was a featured guest on the Media podcast October 21 2022
Here is a link to the live show: https://pod.fo/e/14903c
Kate was on The Media Podcast this week, July 1 2022
Britbox announces international expansion. Matt Deegan is joined by media commentator Kate Bulkley to unpack the latest in streamer news, including whether the great disruptor Netflix will survive disruption.
Hear the full discussion on this week's episode: https://podfollow.com/883205650/episode/dbb916fd383f64181ad17136ba7c73a3a6057789/view
New episode of the @themediapodcast! @KateComments (Kate Bulkley) joined @matt and @boydhilton discussing the rise of Disney+ and Channel4's innovative deal with Youtube.
Disney+ has a stellar March Quarter while Netflix announces an ad-tier. Matt Deegan is joined by business journalist and media commentator Kate Bulkley and Heat Magazine Entertainment Director Boyd Hilton to explain where the streaming wars are headed next.
Hear the full discussion on this week's episode: https://podfollow.com/883205650/episode/8d1f1a1671e2da4750a684db2cfa50ef1847ac83/view
Kate @KateComments joined @mattdeegan and @boydhilton on @themediapodcast February 10 2022 to chat about what Jeff Zucker’s departure means for @CNN, their views about @Amazon entering the overheated UK studio production marketplace and whether or not we should be regulating the media streamers,
Hear the full discussion on this week's episode: https://pod.fo/e/10b3ea
Here is a short video for The Media Podcast https://twitter.com/themediapodcast/status/1492152997828309002?s=21
Kate was the guest speaker on the latest episode of the Odgers Interim
MEDIA & ENTERTAINMENT PODCAST.
Interviewer Bambos Eracleous talked with media commentator and journalist Kate Bulkley to look back at the key themes for the industry in 2021 so far, including:
Kate moderated at Bannff Xchange June 18th, 2021.
What it means to run a public broadcaster in 2021 (and beyond)
Public media has never been so important, nor under so much threat. Constrained by past realities as governments work to update public broadcasting policy to level the playing field, what are their key strategies for pubcasters to not only survive but creatively and commercially thrive in today’s media universe? Join us as we regather executives leading some of the world’s most prominent public broadcasters to update the BANFF 2019 discussion on the utility and role of public service broadcasters in the era of disinformation, and how they aim to fulfill their mandate to provide cultural and educational fare across platforms.
For more info see here: https://banffmediafestival.playbackonline.ca/2021/
Kate Bulkley, Award-winning business journalist and media commentator
David Anderson, Managing Director ABC Australia
Sylvia Bugg, Chief Programming Executive & General Manager PBS
Tim Davie, Director-General BBC
Catherine Tait, President & CEO CBC/Radio-Canada
Kate moderated at AdWeek Europe May 10th, 2021.
The rise of streaming, and in particular AVOD, has changed the playing field as TV ad inventory is now available from various platforms and channels. Today the most powerful branding medium is more accessible than ever, including to smaller brands. With first party data, precise targeting and measurement, marketers can get more control over their campaign budget. Whether you want to achieve broad reach or target specific demographics, connected TV advertising offers it all.
For more info see here: https://europe.advertisingweek.com/agenda?speakers=1156629
Kate Bulkley, Journalist and Media Commentator
Mike Shaw, Director, International Ad Sales Roku
Mia Mulch, Managing Director, OMG Programmatic Omnicom Media Group UK
Kate interviews Matt Frei of Channel4 News and Robert Moore of ITN News about the storming of the US Capitol, Trumpism, and the important role of impartiality in news.
Broadcast Special Event: Watching the White House from ITN on Vimeo.
Kate was a featured contributor to Tellycast.
Kate is moderating this year's conference in Copenhagen, Denmark virtually: on October 6th 2020
Here is the programme:
Newswrap podcast #15: Tim Davie’s first week
In this week’s Newswrap, senior reporter Max Goldbart is joined by editor-in-chief Chris Curtis and freelance journalist and regular Broadcast contributor Kate Bulkley to dissect Tim Davie’s inaugural speech, as his first week in the job comes to an end.
Kate moderated the Commissioner Conversation Session on July 7th at 2 pm BST. This is part of the Children’s Media Conference (July 6th-7th, 2020)
The CMC conference is online this year.
Kate moderates the RTS Lockdown Viewing event June 4 2020
With millions of us confined to our homes during lockdown, TV viewing has rocketed as audiences turn to both traditional broadcasters and streaming services to keep them informed and entertained.
Viewing figures show that lockdown has had a dramatic impact on what we watch with trends varying significantly by demographic. So, what’s been working and why? And to what extent will new behaviours persist post lockdown? How will broadcasters sustain their resurgence in an age of streaming? And what lessons can be learnt from this unique period in our history to shore up the future of UK broadcasting longer term?
Justin Sampson, CEO, BARB
Martin Greenbank, Head of Advertising Research & Development at Channel 4
Rachel Shaw, BBC Head of Content Portfolio, Audiences, BBC
Jonathan Thompson, CEO, Digital UK
Kate Bulkley, Media Commentator
Viewing of linear channels has surged in recent months, but the biggest victors are on-demand services such as Netflix.(Report by Matthew Bell) See below:
Thursday, 21st May at 1pm
As part of a series of RTS panel discussions looking at various aspects of the impact of the coronavirus on the TV sector, this session will examine the medium to long-term economic impact of the coronavirus on the industry, focusing on the broadcasters and main platforms. This event will look at the prospects for TV advertising, the public and private organisations’ funding models, and the implications for the BBC and the broader PSB system. It will also ask what Ofcom and the government need to do to ensure the continued success of our TV sector.
Lindsey Clay, CEO, Thinkbox
Claire Enders, Founder, Enders Analysis
Damian Green MP
Sean McGuire, Managing Director, Oliver & Ohlbaum
Kate was a panelist on the DTG State of the Nation webinar on May 6th 2020. Replay link is here.
This webcast introduced the first of what will become DTG's annual series of datasets and analysis, providing a snapshot of the industry's significant contribution to the British economy and society.
Richard Lindsay-Davies discusses the findings so far alongside our panel, Jamie Hindhaugh, BT Sport COO and Kate Bulkley, Media Commentator and Journalist.
This week's episode of TellyCast is out now! Featuring insight and opinion from A+E Networks UK's VP Programming Dan Korn, media commentator Kate Bulkley, and Deadline Hollywood's Peter White & K7 Media's Girts Licis
Apple podcasts https://apple.co/2KQkOHW
Kate was a guest commentator on all things media in this weeks’s The Media Podcast with Olly Mann (October 28 2016). See here: http://aca.st/a6a5a7
Kate Bulkley, Olly Mann and Doton Adebayo
Kate on Talking TV podcast March 6th 2015
Eutelsat Awards 2012
I am part of an Al-Jazerra English programme called Empire. See below. I am in the second part about half way through around 27 minutes. Needless to say despite the economic issues in the US and the rise of other economies I don't think the US tech sector is set to be overrun anytime soon....
Kate interviewed Keifer Sutherland, actor, Kevin Reilly, president Fox Entertainment and Tim Kring, writer of Heroes and Touch onstage at Mipcom 2012
Kate interviews "24" actor Keifer Sutherland, Heroes creator Tim Kring and President of Entertainment for Fox TV at Mipcom about the new show Touch, which will debut in March 2012. See Kate from minute 30.
Kate moderated this panel on Ultraviolet. Here is the clip.
Kate also moderated the Discovery panel at MIPCOM.
Here is the liveblog coverage. http://blog.mipworld.com/2011/10/liveblog-content-discovery-as-your-path-to-business/
Kate was also one of the speakers at the MIPCOM 2011 wrap-up session.
Kate moderated several sessions at MIPTV on April 12 to 16th 2010
Cannes, France See below for details or go to http://www.mipworld.com/en/MIPTV/?campaignid=61450094&iusercampaignid=61164776
Monday 12th April
16.30 – 17.00 TWITTER +TV: HOW REAL-TIME ENGAGEMENT IS CHANGING CONTENT
in the Esterel Room, Level 5, Palais des Festivals
Twitter's Director of Media Partnerships led a captivating Q&A on “How Real-Time Engagement is Changing Content”, sharing an insider’s playbook on harnessing Twitter to create new approaches to content creation and audience engagement, online and on-air.
, Director of Media Partnerships, Twitter, USA
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Tuesday 13th April
9.30 – 10.10
Jonathan F. Miller
, Chief Digital Officer, Chairman and CEO, Digital Media Group, News Corporation, USA
Kate Bulkley, Journalist & Media Commentator,UK
Jon Miller is Chief Digital Officer, Chairman and CEO, Digital Media Group for News Corporation, a role in which he drives the Company’s overall digital strategy in conjunction with various operational heads, while also directly overseeing all of News Corp.’s standalone digital businesses.
Kate Chaired the am session at Mipcom in Cannes Wednesday Oct 10, 2007. It began with a keynote by Mike Volpi, CEO of Joost
followed by two panels.
Click here to view a video stream of the keynote.
10:50 to 11:50 am, Wednesday Oct 10, 2007
at Esterel room, in the Palais, Cannes, France
Superpanel- The Distribution Platforms
Click here to view a video stream of the panel.
TV is no longer simply about the airwaves. Many of the companies formerly known as telephone companies have expanded their portfolio and have spent in some cases billions to upgrade their networks to deliver video as well as their more traditional voice and broadband products. But even as these IPTV networks are starting to grow, other companies are using the open internet to deliver programmes and entire streamed channels to audiences. Joost and Babelgum -and many others- are vying to be the new delivery platforms for video content. What are the differences in their delivery and interactive capabilities and techniques for programmers and how do the business models compare?
Kate BULKLEY (Journalist & Presenter, KG Bulkley)
Gilles BIANROSA (CEO, Azureus)
Patrick WALKER (Head of Partnerships, You Tube EMEA)
Adam BERREY (VP, Marketing & Strategy, Brightcove)
Simon DANKER (Director of Diigital Media, BBC Worldwide)
Jonathan SYKES (Managing Director Content Strategy, Tiscali)
12 noon to 13:00, Wednesday Oct 10, 2007
Esterel room, Palais, Cannes, France
Superpanel: Distribution Strategies for Major Media Owners
Exclusive or not? Where do you license your content in the fast-changing broadband and IPTV delivery environment? Studios and programmers are trying out a host of different strategies from launching their own platforms (see NBC Universal and Fox) or teaming up with established sites form MySpace to YouTube to licensing to telco TV operators like Tiscali, BT Vision and Orange. What have been the results so far? What are customers using - downloads or streamed services? What revenue sharing seals are programmers and network operators willing to strike? Is ad-supported content the way to go for content? As exploitation windows get closer, how does this effect the money to be made from telco TV and platforms like Joost and Babelgum?
Tom TOUMAZIS (EVP and Managing Director, Disney-ABC International Television, Europe, Middle East, Africa & Canada)
John MCMAHON (President and Managing Director, Europe, Sony Pictures Television International)
Mika SALMI (President, Global Digital Media, MTV Networks International)
Kevin MACLELLAN (President, Comcast International Media Group)
Jeff BERMAN (GM/ SVP MySpace TV & Public Affairs, MySpace)
TV'S BURNING ISSUES. 18th April 2007
Kate Bulkley, Journalist (UK)
Jason Hirschhorn, President, Sling Entertainment Group (USA)
Guillaume de Posch, Chief Executive Officer,
ProSiebenSat.1 Media AG (Germany)
Eric Schrier, SVP of Original Programming, FX Network (USA)
Thomas Strerath, CEO, OgilvyOne Worldwide Germany, (Germany)
Christiane Zu Salm, Founder & CEO, About Change Ventures GmbH (Germany)
Click Here for the audio stream and here for the video stream.
Kate introduces two of the BBC's leading drivers for content and future media technology at the recent Miptv Conference (18th April 2007). They take us through the BBC's unique processes for the development of new entertainment programmes and cross-media content.
Jana Bennett, Director, BBC Vision (UK)
Ashley Highfield, Director of Future Media & Technology, BBC (UK)
Media partner Ingrid Silver talks with Kate Bulkley about online communities
Online communities such as Myspace and YouTube have been phenomenally successful. Are they really the new broadcasting platform? This question and other issues are discussed in this podcast.
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CRM vs Spam
Podcast from Telecoms Partner Nick Graham
For some time now large proportions of worldwide email traffic has comprised spam. The European Commission has changed its regulatory approach to spam from "opt out" to "opt in". This means that you can only send direct marketing materials by email with the consent of the recipient. Does this mean that spam is dead? This question and other issues are discussed in this podcast.
Telecoms Partner Rod Kirwan talks to Kate about the mobile pricing regulation.
The European Commission and Government Regulators across Europe are focussing on mobile pricing, not just on roaming but also on voice and, potentially, SMS. What is it all about? And why is this all coming to a head at the moment? These questions and other issues are discussed in this podcast.
Media Partner Ingrid Silver talks to Kate about the Television without Frontiers Directive.
First established in 1989 the Television without Frontiers Directive is about to be updated. How has the landscape changed? Is it really possible to regulate content? These and other issues are discussed in this podcast.
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