This Westminster Media Foum seminar will examine the emerging challenges facing television roduction in the UK in the context of the current Culture, Media and Sport Select Committee inquiry, Support for the Creative Industries, as well as expected proposals in the Communications White Paper.
The event will offer delegates an opportunity to consider the impact of the recent tax credits on production and financing, the options to increase the inward investment into the sector as well as the emerging options to capitalise on the global successes of Downton Abbey, Midsomer Murders and films such as Skyfall to generate greater international sales and invigorate the export market. This event will form part of a series of seminars examining the public policy and commercial challenges facing different sectors of the UK's creative economy.
Keynote speakers include: Kaye Elliot, Head of Production Services, Creative England; Gina Fegan, Sector Specialist for Digital and Screen Industries, UK Trade & Investment and Chief Executive, D-Media Network and John McVay, Chief Executive, Pact.
Further confirmed speakers include Will Cohen, Chief Executive and Executive Producer, Milk; Harry Eastwood, Investment Director, Ingenious Media; Mark Hackett, Group Sales Director - Television Studios and Facilities, Pinewood Studios Group; Richard Johnston, Chief Operating Officer, Endemol UK; Paul Lee, Head, Global TMT Research, Deloitte; Charles Moore, Partner, Wiggin; Mark Oliver, Chief Executive, Oliver & Ohlbaum Associates; Nik Powell, Director, National Film and Television School; Justin Thomson-Glover, Executive Producer, Far Moor and Anne Wood, Founder and Creative Director, Ragdoll. Additional participants are currently being approached
When: Thursday, 14th November 2013
Where: Central London
Booking: Tickets are £190 VAT. Includes delegate materials and refreshments. To secure your place click here