After kicking off our summer events programme at Creative Week earlier this month, the next stop on our whistle-stop tour is Marketforce’s 13th Annual The Future of Broadcasting conference.
Held at etc.venues in St. Pauls London, The Future of Broadcasting comprises of two days dedicated to the broadcast industry and its future. Key themes include the increasingly global nature of broadcasting, trends in viewer choices, new on-demand and over-the-top propositions, strategies for engaging audiences and the power of premium content.
Ever since Danny Cohen laid out his plans for the BBC at Creative Week, we’ve been particularly looking forward to the opening keynote. Ralph Rivera is the BBC’s Director of Future Media and will be probed to address the proposed plans to take BBC3 online.
On Wednesday, Twitter’s Director of Broadcast Partnerships Dan Biddle, will explore how successful broadcasters have integrated social media into digital strategies. We recently covered how multimillion fan bases on YouTube are becoming huge commodities for large broadcasters, so it will be interesting to hear from Dan assessing the opportunities social media and video holds for brands and broadcasters. Among many sessions focusing on future trends, this is a discussion not to be missed as the crossover between online talent and TV is well on its way.
If you’ve already reserved your tickets for either the 16th or 17th of June, make sure to visit our exhibition booth between sessions and receive a tailored demonstration of our latest product iteration, the Spring Release. We’ll also be demonstrating user cases of how some of the world’s largest broadcasters, including Fox Sports, VICE Media and Nine Networks are utilizing Aframe as a global collaboration platform.
For those not attending, a product video demo of the Spring Release can be accessed here >>
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