Advertising

"Inviting the audience to get active": Interview with Kay Meseberg (ARTE)

Find out more about the potential of immersive programmes, the future of cross-cultural content and digitisation in the arts + audiovisual sector on the Digital Cross Over Blog!

  • “Inviting the audience to get active“: Interview with Kay Meseberg (ARTE) | Copyright: © IMZ

    © IMZ

The distribution, creation, and production of content are now more hybrid than ever. What role will consumers play in the future, and how will technologies such as Virtual and Augmented Reality influence experiences for audiences and business models?

In this interview with Kay Meseberg, Head of Mission Innovation at ARTE and IMZ Innovation Ambassador, we discuss the potential of immersive programmes, the use of innovative technologies, and the importance of cross-cultural and cross-sector content. We also offer a forecast on how all these factors will shape the cultural audiovisual sector!

Regularly, experts + professionals from a wide range of industries are invited to share their ideas and views on the topic of innovation + digitisation and cross-sector content, published on the Digital Cross Over Blog which is managed by Frankfurter Buchmesse.

Digital Cross Over is a cross-sector project between the content + creative industries led by the IMZ and co-funded by the European Commission through the EACEA – Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency. The project is being implemented by an international consortium of representatives from different sectors consisting of the IMZ, Ars Electronica (AT), Börsenvereinsgruppe (DE), Centrica (IT) and Izneo (FR).
It aims at bridging culture + audiovisual content through digital technologies, as well as exploring new approaches in the use of innovative technologies to facilitate access, monetisation, distribution and promotion of Europe’s cultural heritage.

YOU MIGHT ALSO BE INTERESTED IN...

Ballaké Sissoko & the Kora

Auditorium Films

We follow musician Ballaké Sissoko on a journey to discover the mythical and historical origins of the kora.

Petrenko conducts the Berliner Philharmoniker

EuroArts Music International

Kirill Petrenko conducts Tchaikovsky and Rachmaninoff in front of 1,000 visitors

This was the IMZ Academy Session at the Karajan Music Tech Online

IMZ International Music + Media Centre

This online IMZ Academy Session "Is anybody out there? Radical new ways to reach audiences in the performing arts" explored innovative projects on how to connect with audiences.

A concert homage to Josquin des Préz

Accentus Music

500 years after his death, ensemble amarcord honors the most important early Renaissance composer in a festive concert at St. Thomas Church Leipzig.

SUBSCRIBE TO THE IMZ MAILINGS


Benefit from exclusive insights + opportunties with a thematic variety of IMZ Mailings to choose from.

By clicking "SUBSCRIBE" you consent that your data can be processed by the IMZ International Music + Media Centre for the purposes of processing your inquiry.