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Reality TV’s podcast takeover

Sarah Dillistone (Executive Producer, The Brights, Somethin’ Else, UK), Matt Deegan (Executive Producer, Love Island: The Morning After, Folder & Co, UK) Reality TV has transformed the television landscape over the last 15 years is it its turn to take over audio? Structured reality shows like The Only Way is Essex have scored well in the UK, but how has the format fared moving to the podcast format? Meanwhile the UK’s biggest youth TV hit Love Island launched a podcast that became 2018’s most downloaded new podcast.   



Reality TV has transformed the television landscape over the last 15 years is it its turn to take over audio? Structured reality shows like The Only Way is Essex have scored well in the UK, but how has the format fared moving to the podcast format? Meanwhile the UK’s biggest youth TV hit Love Island launched a podcast that became 2018’s most downloaded new podcast. How did a team of radio executives and producers help build a hit and are there opportunities for radio professionals to help the junior medium - television - get its audio strategy sorted out! Sarah Dillistone (Executive Producer, The Brights, Somethin’ Else, UK), Matt Deegan (Executive Producer, Love Island: The Morning After, Folder & Co, UK)  
 
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