There's a revolution underway in the arts world. Organisations big and small are deploying digital technology to create lively communities way beyond their geographical location and to produce a new and wonderfully diverse generation of public service content. They are also marketing themselves more effectively than ever before. At The Media Festival Arts you'll hear from some of the most imaginative pioneers in this online world. They'll explain the levels on connectivity and engagement that they're achieving and the dynamic delivery of public value that is the result.
Peter Bazalgette, Deputy Chairman, English National Opera
The event was an unrivalled success – Thank you to all our delegates, speakers and partners for establishing and contributing to what was a fantastic, very successful and informative event.
Over 400+ delegates attended included – BBC, London Philharmonic Orchestra, Arts and Business, Arts Council England, Arts Marketing Association, Barbican Centre, BBC Research & Development, Belgrade Theatre, Bristol Old Vic Trust Limited, British Film Institute, Channel 4 BRITDOC Foundation, Charnwood Arts, Cheltenham Festivals, English National Opera, FACT… and many more!
If you would like to find out more about speaking, sponsor or exhibiting at 2011's event please contact:
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The UK's leading event for converging digital media. Over 150+ attendees already attending including… BBC Radio Five Live // Amaze // BBC // Big Balls Films // ELSPA // Crossroads Films // Deloitte // EMI // Holler // Wise Buddah // We Are Interactive // Music Manager's Forum // Naked Communications UK. Visit the website for full information:
Jeremy Hunt, Secretary of State for Culture, Olympics, Media and Sport
Mark Thompson, Director General, BBC
Tabitha Jackson, Arts Commissioner, Channel 4
James Hunt, Head of Programming, Sky Arts
Dame Liz Forgan, Chair, Arts Council England
Toby Barnes, Founder, Mudlark
BBC, London Philharmonic Orchestra, Arts and Business, Arts Council England, Arts Marketing Association, Barbican Centre, BBC Research & Development, Belgrade Theatre, Bristol Old Vic Trust Limited, British Film Institute, Channel 4 BRITDOC Foundation, Charnwood Arts, Cheltenham Festivals, English National Opera, FACT, Film Agency for Wales, First Light, Fremantle Media Enterprises, Fuel, Gem Arts, Glyndebourne, Hoipolloi, Kent County Council, Live Art Development Agency, London Borough of Newham, London Philharmonic Orchestra, Oxford Brookes University, London Symphony Orchestra, Sadler's Wells Theatre, Sandwell Arts Trust, Scottish Arts Council, Screen East, Screen South, South East Dance, South West Screen, Storm 360, The Blue Skies Partnership, The Open University, Trinity Theatre, University of Sunderland
You've got 5 minutes and 9 pictures to bag yourself a couple of grand of Channel 4 development money for a state of the art digital project.
Head of Distribution & Exhibition, UK Film Council