Review of RTS Cambridge Convention 2015

Review of RTS Cambridge Convention 2015

Wednesday, 7 October, 2015
6:30 for 7:00pm

Location

BBC Broadcasting House
Portland Place
London
W1A 1AA
United Kingdom
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An overview of the RTS Cambridge Conference.

This is your chance to be updated on the big issues discussed by the great and the good at the RTS Cambridge Convention, which every two years brings together senior figures from the television industry to discuss the challenges of a shifting TV landscape.

This year's convention, chaired by BBC Director-General Tony Hall, looked at television in 2020 and the challenges for content, creativity and business models, as broadcasting executives gathered to discover how content creation and business models will need to adapt to face the future, and what the next decade holds for Public Service Broadcasting in the UK.

Convention chair Tony Hall said: "The TV landscape is changing fast. Viewers have access to a multitude of new ways to watch their favourite programmes, and since the last RTS Cambridge Convention in 2013 there have been seismic changes across the production sector. The 2015 convention brings together senior industry figures and future leaders to analyse and debate the industry as a whole." 

The panel discusses the highlights of the three days, and reflect on the importance of such gatherings in the age of what some might feel is digital overload.

Please note, BBC venue is next to All Souls Church (map below is inaccurate)

Speakers: 
Sue Robertson - Executive Producer, RTS Cambridge
Patrick Younge - Co-founder & MD, Sugar Films and Director, WeCreate Associates
Tony Syfret - Head of TV, Enders Analysis
Nigel Walley - MD, Decipher Strategic Advisory
Pippa Shawley - Online Journalist, RTS
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Location Details

Portland Place
London
W1A 1AA
United Kingdom

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An overview of the RTS Cambridge Conference.