Connecting Creative Communities

WS3, Digital Futures 2012, The Third Annual Digital Economy All Hands Conference

Research output: Other contribution

Abstract

This workshop will explore new opportunities for creating video-based content. It will introduce new IP transmission methods and new video formats, as an alternative to linear TV, including live coverage, content aimed at specific interest groups - e.g. targeting regional events, professional groups (e.g. farming channel), specific genres (e.g. Celtic music, small-audience cinema), etc. It will also explore delivery of content to viewers, describing technologies to enable broadcast TV to evolve towards IP delivery and the ability to create content at any location. Together these present new possibilities that will enable more people to engage in content creation. The workshop is intended to allow participants to contribute and to explore key questions, such as how new technologies can be applied, how viewers find the content they wish to see, and how content owners will distribute content in the future.
Original languageEnglish
TypeConference Workshop
Publication statusPublished - 23 Oct 2012

Keywords

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