New IMZ Academy: “Going Live - Challenges and Opportunities“ from 20-21 September
In response to emerging trends, the upcoming IMZ Academy edition explores how music + dance performances can best approach “going live” from strategic, editorial, artistic, practical and technological perspectives.
In today's connected world there is a real buzz around live - from live cinema relays, livestreams of performances to Facebook Live hence many arts organisations, festivals + special events, broadcasters, media organisations and private individuals are doing it.
But why go live and what for, what are the best ways to do it, how do you reach your chosen audience and what constitutes a good live experience?
The IMZ Academy “Going Live – Challenges and Opportunities” will take place from 20-21 September in the course of the International Television Festival Golden Prague.
Expert speakers share best practice through real-life case studies and provide fresh insights for anyone interested in going live with a performing arts performance, be it a performing arts festival or institution, an event venue or a production company.
Join us and our expert speakers from 20-21 September in Prague:
Peter Maniura, IMZ Academy Director, Head of Digital Development at BBC Music
Hervé Boissière, Founder + CEO at medici.tv
John Kieser, Executive Vice President + Provost at New World Symphony
Peter Stewart, Digital + Social Media Producer at BBC, Author of “The Live-Streaming Handbook”
Secure your place now and benefit from attractive Early Bird Rates and special reduction for IMZ Members!
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