The TV Brand Builders is the account of how the biggest television networks, channels and programs are created as brands, with rare privileged access to the marketing strategies and creative thinking behind culturally-defining TV promos, digital and social media campaigns and design identities. Two leading practitioners interview 50 international industry experts to show how these favorite TV shows find an audience, and how the great TV brands are built. Examples drawn from major broadcasters such as Fox, AMC, and HBO, and popular shows including "American Horror Story," "Mad Men," and "Doctor Who" highlight the marketing, advertising, and design techniques that work best in TV.




Andy BryantAndy Bryant is Managing Director of Red Bee and has established the agency's reputation as a leader in TV brand identity and promotion and as a pioneer in content marketing on moving screens. A frequent speaker at leading industry conferences including the European Broadcasting Union and PromaxBDA, Bryant has presented on TV brand strategy and creativity across Europe and in the US, Asia and Australia. He is an Honorary Professor of Film & TV Studies at the University of Nottingham and also an Independent Member of the Governing Council of the University of Sussex.


Charlie Mawer

Charlie Mawer is Executive Creative Director of Red Bee, responsible for their global creative output. He has overseen complex network rebrands for the BBC, UKTV, Virgin Media, DreamWorks, NBCUniversal and Fox International and entertainment marketing campaigns including Doctor Who 50, World Cups, Olympics, RTE2, Universal Channel, BBC America and Comic Relief. Mawer's many creative awards include PromaxBDA, Creative Circle, BTAA, D&AD and a BAFTA nomination. A former chair of Promax UK, he has lectured widely for Tedx , the BFI and D&AD, EBU and Visuelt. He has contributed to books on TV marketing, is a governor of a specialist digital academy and trustee of Riverside Studios. 

Product Details

Paperback: 328 pages

Publisher: Kogan Page (April 28, 2016)

Language: English