IFC 2010, Hameenlinna – Future of features – Forms and Platforms – a discussion session +AUDIO – Sessions by: Elisabeth Stratka (ORF), Lu Olkowski (independent), Liam O’Brien (RTE), Simon Elmes (BBC)

A discussion session, with a chairperson, (Lorelei Harris) in which a number of people (4) are given no longer than 10’00 minutes each to put forward a specific proposition re Forms and Platforms, basing their arguments in a specific case

A discussion session, with a chairperson, (Lorelei Harris) in which a number of people (4) are given no longer than 10’00 minutes each to put forward a specific proposition re Forms and Platforms, basing their arguments in a specific case.

 

The floor is then thrown open to the participants and the audience to enter into an open discussion on how these propositions re Forms and Platforms feed/do not feed into the future of features.

 

The participants will be;

 

Elisabeth Stratka (orf) … on the significance of protecting traditional platforms and content in the face of a new media onslaught.
listen |»MP3| (only last part recorded)

Lu Olkowski (independent) … talking on the significance of new platforms for independent rpoducers in the USA using her own work as an example. This could shade over into a consideration of the economics of independent production.
listen |»MP3|

Liam O’Brien (rte) … on the use of new platforms as marketing devices  for the growth of new audiences for feature work, using the example of The Doc On One website and iApp.
listen |»MP3|

Simon Elmes (bbc) … on the value of horizontal linkages between public sector organisations and public service broadcasters for the future of features within a PBS environment, using the example of the BBC/British Museum project .
listen |»MP3|

 

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