Today, ScreenHits TV, the TV streaming’s super aggregator, is delighted to announce that its CEO and Founder, Rose Adkins Hulse, has been invited to join the British Screen Forum’s invitation-only membership which consists of approximately 80 senior executives from screen sector businesses and organisations operating in the UK.
Rose joins fellow members from Netflix, BBC, ITV, WarnerMedia, The Walt Disney Company, NBCUniversal, Channel 4, ViacomCBS, Youtube, BFI, Pinewood Studios, British Film Commission, Film London and many more. A full list of its Members is available here.
“I am thrilled to be a part of the British Screen Forum’s membership. As a young start up in the UK media space it is important to be part of the conversation that is changing the future landscape of our industry.” said Rose Adkins Hulse.
“Far too often, policies are influenced by the large conglomerates. These decisions can inadvertently affect small businesses and/or prevent them from scaling. By being a part of the conversation and sharing innovative and game changing ideas from the ground level up may help to influence policies that can benefit all players involved. I am thankful for the opportunity and to have a voice in the conversation.” said Adkins Hulse.
British Screen Forum is where the best informed and most influential people in the UK screen sectors convene to interrogate issues of importance and influence policy and the thinking around policy. The Forum provides a unique and trusted space for key players from the screen sectors to come together to debate the implications of the evolving landscape and the policy and regulatory environment, and to gain unrivalled insight into emerging themes and innovative technologies. British Screen Forum has authority and impact – not only as a result of the influence, status and credibility of its members, the unrivalled quality of its insight and the high level access it provides to decision-makers, but also because it values and includes individuals, organisations and bodies who seek to frame the debate for the future of the UK screen sectors.
British Screen Forum curates an invitation-only membership of around 80 senior executives from screen sector businesses and organisations operating in the UK. It aims to cover the whole value chain as well as the full range of means of distribution, so includes members who can speak for writers, technicians, independent producers, directors, distributors, exhibitors, broadcasters, games publishers, games developers, pay TV platforms and online platforms. Members are drawn from organisations of varying scale – from the largest global companies to small independents – who all have an interest in the future of the UK screen sectors. It’s a unique cross-sectoral mix, with a balance of creative, policy and business specialists.
ScreenHits TV allows consumers to manage all their TV streaming subscriptions, AVOD and Live Channels in one easy to use app. Consumers can easily see what is trending, share recommendations with friends and manage their favourite content across ALL their subscriptions and content channels, in a simple, easy to use traditional EPG (TV Guide) with key cost saving benefits.
The new ScreenHits TV app will allow subscribers to integrate the leading streaming platforms for FREE, such as Amazon Prime, Netflix, Disney+, Starz, HBO Streaming Services, BBC iPlayer, ITV Hub, Moviesphere, BFI Player, MUBI, The Criterion Channel, Eurosport, HayU, Shudder, Kidoodle and more and watch Live premium TV channels and 1000s of shows and films with cost saving bundle deals starting as low as £1.99/month. Consumers will also be able to bundle and save more than 25% with some of the leading premium OTT streaming platforms.
The ScreenHits TV app soft launched in BETA mode in 2020 via desktop and is soon to be available on iOS and Android, Smart TVs, Amazon Fire Stick, Apple Store and Google Chromecast.