Are you a TV, Radio or Journalism professional?
Are you looking to know more about how you can produce engaging content for the internet?
Do you want to know about how you can exploit new online opportunities?
If so, this session is for you.
This half-day training session offers a snapshot of producing content for internet platforms, adapting traditional methods to new media, and where and how opportunities are evolving.
With programming expected to now have creative online back-up and traditional programming opportunities fracturing into the world of webisodes, videocasts and content that can be adapted for online and mobile screening, this is an exciting and challenging time.
There are many changes that are minor and some that require an adaptation to traditional programme making principles.
This training session, lead by Ric Michael, will be a lively and informative romp through the emerging world to help the development of confidence, understanding and knowing which skills need to be adapted.
Ric was Head of Development at Baby Cow Manchester and an editor for groundbreaking Channel 4 website 4Laughs. He has worked on a range of new media content projects and is an experienced Development Producer and media trainer.
9:15am – Arrivals
9:30am – Training session begins
12:30pm – Training session closes
DMEX is funded by the Digital and Media Skills Programme, delivered by Vision+Media in partnership with Skillset, and supported by the Northwest Development Agency. As such, the cost of this half day training session is just £20 (plus booking fee), a small percentage of the typical cost of training of this type.
The events are being delivered by The White Room.