Hear from representatives from a broad cross-reach of regional and national organisations on how you can access the support to bring your creative ideas to life, secure funding to develop your business and gain a valuable insight into current programmes which offer support to develop your project and innovate your business model.
Live streaming an event creates a suite of valuable assets which include the shared experience, another property that can be monetised and a catalogue of valuable content assets. Leading cultural organisations have utilised digital content production and distribution successfully to build their brands and widen their audience reach significantly. Dougal Perman will chair a panel of cultural content pioneers who have utilised remote participation to engage audiences who would not otherwise have the opportunity to experience their work. Panelists will include producers from Berlin Philharmonic’s Digital Concert Hall, UK National Theatre’s NT Live, The Met: Live in HD, National Gallery Live Broadcasts and Scottish Ballet’s Biennial Digital Season.
The largest world technology companies have creativity as part of their business. The combination of music and tech is a powerful one for innovators, early adopters and startup communities – and it’s been at the forefront of innovation in the cloud, data, IP, distributed technologies and AI. Music is a phenomenal social glue that brings together diverse people from all backgrounds and perspectives, and it’s also led the way for policy recommendations and new methods for all industry. Music – and specifically music tech – provides a unique platform for cross-sector collaboration, bringing together artists and scientists, academics and industry to build new and disruptive innovation on top of existing industry capabilities.