Run by Northern Film & Media in partnership with Royal Television Society and Digital Union, this roundtable will focus on opportunities, challenges and the future landscape of children’s multiplatform commissioning.
Sure to be of interest to indies working across animation, games, online experiences, and moving image production for new platforms, this discussion will use the multiplatform content commissioned for the new CBBC drama Harriet’s Army as a starting point to shed light on a range of business critical issues.
Come along to find out:
The approach of the roundtable will be informal and collaborative, offering you the chance to raise your own questions and concerns.
Digital commentator Philip Reevell (City Broadcasting) will be chairing the conversation between audience and a host of contributing panellists drawn from the worlds of commissioning and content creation, including:
When: Wednesday 16 July. Registration from 3.40pm for a prompt 4.00pm start. Ends 5.30pm.
Where: BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art (Level 1), Gateshead Quays, South Shore Road, Gateshead, NE8 3BA.
To register please click here.
Please note that there is no charge to attend but availability of places is limited and they are offered on a first-come-first-served basis. All places must registered for individually.
About Philip Reevell
Before setting up his consultancy company City Broadcasting in 1997, Philip Reevell was head of corporate affairs at Mersey Television, the producer of Brookside and Hollyoaks. In recent years he has produced research reports on the digital sector in the North for the BBC and is currently researching a report into search engine prominence for NESTA. Philip writes regularly for Broadcast magazine, and has been a member of the RTS Council and the steering committee for Edinburgh International TV Festival. Philip is also a director of Moonbeam Films, an independent TV production company specializing in documentaries and media programmes for broadcasters including BBC World News and Al Jazeera English. Philip was born and brought up in Middlesbrough which he returns to regularly.