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Changing Channels explores how subscriptions are changing entertainment

20th Century Fox, Midia Research and TVBEurope will discuss how subscription services changed TV and film, and how this might apply to games, at 1pm BST / 8am ET / 5am PT

Our free Changing Channels digital conference is now in full swing -- up next is a panel discussion about how subscriptions are changing entertainment, with 20th Century Fox's Robert Price, Midia Research's Karon Severin, and TVBEurope's Jenny Priestley.

Changing Channels explores the crossover between video games, film, TV, books and more, and runs until 10pm BST / 5pm ET / 2pm PT today.

You can watch the whole event via live.gamesindustry.biz, at our YouTube channel, or you can tune into this session below. Register your free ticket here, and you'll be sent invitation details for the post-conference networking.

In our next session, the panel discussion will revolve around how subscription services have changed consumer behaviour and company strategies in TV and film, and how this might apply to video games.

Later in the day we'll have talks and panels from Rogue One writer Gary Whitta, Epic Games, Tinybuild and more. Find the full schedule here or on the GI Live website.

Changing Channels is part of our GI Live initiative: seven weeks of digital events, plus extensive coverage of major conferences such as GDC, Devcom, PAX Online and EGX Digital. You can find out more here.

How subscriptions are changing entertainment, featuring 20th Century Fox's Robert Price, Midia Research's Karon Severin, and TVBEurope's Jenny Priestley, kicks off at 1pm BST / 8am ET / 5am PT.

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Marie Dealessandri joined GamesIndustry.biz in 2019 to head its Academy section. A journalist since 2012, she started in games in 2015 at B2B magazine MCV. She can be found (rarely) tweeting @mariedeal, usually on a loop about Baldur’s Gate and the Dead Cells soundtrack.

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