CASE STUDY

Global drama platform – Atrium

For the former head of Sony, Sir Howard Stringer, Redshift has prepared the financial investment and business plan for Atrium TV, a new global drama production, commissioning and distribution company.

This global commissioning club offers a way for local and regional SVOD players to compete with global OTT services.  Atrium TV develops scripts, drama series concepts and makes them available to the OTT and SVOD outlets that become club “members.” The new service aims to meet the increasing demand for high quality drama  throughout the world as new IP platforms come online.

Redshift assisted in the proposition development and the business and financial planning of the scheme, including gaining support with prospective partners and financiers.

The First Creative Industries Review

We were invited by the Minister of Culture, Media and Sports to undertake the first ever analytical review of the Creative Industries and to sit on the Government’s Creative Industries Board alongside Sir Paul Smith, Lord Puttnam, Richard Branson amongst others.

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Global drama platform – Atrium

For the former head of Sony, Sir Howard Stringer, Redshift has prepared the financial investment and business plan for Atrium TV, a new global drama production, commissioning and distribution company.

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Viewing forecast for major UK broadcaster

A UK  broadcaster wanted to understand how their viewing share might evolve over a five-year period. Redshift constructed a model which demonstrated how their viewing share could evolve across multiple screens and different content types. The model produced forecasts for multiple scenarios, dependent on the possible external structural forces driving change and the broadcaster’s editorial […]

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Support for investment fund for film

A UK entertainment legend wanted to create a $200m investment fund to develop its family entertainment and music themed film projects.

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Portfolio diversification

A B2B intelligence and services firm needed assistance identifying, prioritising and assessing potential growth opportunities.

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