On Wednesday 4th September, as part of Brighton Digital Festival, Wired Sussex held The Big ConnectedTV Brighton Conference.
Offering a practical guide to making money and reaching new audiences within ConnectedTV, the full day conference welcomed 100 attendees from various walks of the creative and digital sectors, and saw bought together some of the industry’s most creative forward thinkers & thought leaders.
Speaker’s presentations are available to view online via the links below.
Matt Locke, Storythings (event host), Creating Connected Stories
Richard Waterworth, YouTube/Google, How you can reach new audiences & make money with YouTube
Neil Mortensen, ThinkBox, Can Second Screen TV Content Make Money or is it Just Marketing?
Holly Goodier, Future Media at the BBC, How to Listen To What Your Audience Has To Say
Rob Barnes, The Project Factory, Storytelling on Different Platforms
Andy Eades, Relentless Software, Designing Games for a ConnectedTV Audience
Angi Mariani, Latest TV, Local Audiences Are Local Communities
Antony Mayfield, Brilliant Noise & Andy Keetch, Brandwatch, Mobilising Audiences for Good
The People Formerly Known As The Audience– Q+A with guest panel
Further information on the speakers can be found on the conference web page here.
We’ve seen some fantastic write-ups from conference attendees following the event, from summaries of the day and its content overall, to a detailed look at Storytelling and Generation ‘C’, the next generation of internet users (Connected, Curators, Creative & Community) as well an insight to key information and highlights that were taken away, ready to be applied to everyday business.
You can read each blog post on the event via the links below:
• Conference Season: The BIG ConnectedTV Brighton Conference, Adam Englebright, Englebright
• TV is Dead. Long Live TV, Bob Madams, BroHo
• The Big ConnectedTV Conference, Laura Message, Kanoti
• TV, or Not TV….. Richard Calcutt, Brightwave
• Changing Content Considerations: YouTube Insights from #CTVBrighton, Phil Williams, CopyWrite Now
• Is Storytelling Changing? Brighton’s ConnectedTV Conference, Phil Williams, CopyWriteNow
If you have any questions about The Big ConnectedTV Brighton Conference, or about Wired Sussex events in general, please get in touch with firstname.lastname@example.org.
Events Manager, Wired Sussex