14 October 2010
That statistic is usually followed by 'despite the rise of the Internet'. We're in the opposite camp. We believe TV viewing is increasing because of the Internet. The social web turns TV into an event, a shared experience.
And as the social web becomes increasingly central to our lives, these events become more and more important. It becomes the nationwide, and sometimes worldwide water-cooler.
Where’s it all going? And what's the next cool thing going to be?
Join us 14 October 2010 evening at Conway Hall.
14 October 2010
Cathy created and presented Scrapheap Challenge and the US spin-off Junkyard Wars. She’s working on cross-platform and brand funded propositions across TV and web.
Kevin is working on the hotly tipped Starling.tv. It’s been described as Foursquare for TV and is supported by JWT and Fremantle.
Matt was closely involved with Million Pound Drop seen as a landmark success for web / TV crossover in the UK.
Margaret is a game designer and consultant who has worked on award-winning games for the commercial, cultural and educational sectors.
Please aim to get to Conway Hall for 6:30pm. We will start at 7pm.
Holborn (Piccadilly & Central lines) is the nearest tube station. Conway Hall is on Red Lion Square which is a 3 minute walk from Holborn station. You can also get there via a number of buses. See the Conway Hall website for more details.
We are charging £20 for tickets, reduced to £5 for students. All proceeds from tickets sales will be donated to Pakistan relief.
Each speaker gets 15 minutes to make their case. Then there is 20 minutes of questions. When that's all done, we'll have a bit of a party. The music, nibbles and the booze is on us. Hope you can stick around.
Any questions, please contact Utku at Mint Digital.