Over 30% of 15 to 30-year-olds watch TV with their laptops open*

Can TV formats take advantage of this new user behaviour? Will innovative TV producers and web developers seize this opportunity? Will it allow broadcasters to monetise their audiences of millions, one at a time? Or will two screen follow red button down the technology toilet?


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Hoxton Hall
130 Hoxton Street
London, N1 6SH



Tickets are £5
24 September
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  • Dominic Cameron

    Cathy Rogers

    Creative Director

    RDF Media


    Cathy created and presented Scrapheap Challenge and the US spin-off Junkyard Wars. She has recently returned to RDF where she is leading a drive to develop formats bigger than television.

  • Adam Gee

    Adam Gee

    Cross Platform Commissioner

    Channel 4

    A pioneer of cross platform, Adam will be discussing his recent project Surgery Live, a Channel 4 / Wellcome Trust collaboration where Twitter facilitated conversation between surgeons and the TV audience.

  • Gerred Blyth

    Gerred Blyth

    Managing Director

    Lighthouse Experience

    Gerred is an interactive experience consultant, working with clients like BBC, Sony, Camelot, O2 and ITV. Gerred will report on his ethnographic research examining what goes on inside two screen homes.

  • Jo Twist

    Noam Sohachevsky

    Design Director

    Mint Digital

    Noam will talk about Football3s, Mint's new in-game fantasy football experience. He will discuss the design challenges inherent in creating a two screen experience and demonstrate how they can be tackled.

  • Tom McDonnell

    Tom McDonnell

    Creative Director

    Monterosa Productions

    Tom co-founded Monterosa, creators of mass real-time web experiences for media organizations. Their projects include the two screen hit The Apprentice Predictor. He will share their knowledge of developing two screen experiences.


Schedule, how to get there and the party!

Please aim to get to Hoxton Hall for 6.30pm. We start at 7pm.

Old Street is the nearest tube station. Take Exit 2 towards Hoxton Square. You can also take buses 149 & 242 heading north from Liverpool Street. Get off at Geffrye Museum stop. For more travel details, see Journey Planner.

We are charging £5 for tickets to minimize drop-outs. Proceeds from ticket sales will be donated to The Open Rights Group.

Once the talks are over, we are planning to have a bit of a party; the venue is perfect for it. There may even be a few surprises on the night. The music and the booze is on us. Hope you can stick around!

Any questions, please contact Utku at Mint Digital.