The multiplication of broadcast platforms (TV-online-podcast) has led to the creation of Quebec-based projects, with single content adapted to multiple modes of consumption, like Picbois Productions’ Trafic and Kngfu’s Bow’t Trail. But repackaging single content for multiple platforms isn’t so simple. Adaptations, resale rights, contract regulations create barriers and complications. As well, financing models and marketing strategies are as varied as they are unique. This group discussion led by industry experts dives into these questions to identify current problems, look for solutions and share better practices.
An activity in three parts:
2:00 to 2:30 pm: Trafic case study presented in collaboration with the ACCT
2:30 to 3:00 pm: Bow't Trail case study
3:00 to 4:30 pm: Group discussions on multiplatform content in three sections:
- Rules and regulations
- Financing models and marketing strategies
Alexandre Gravel, Toast
France Choquette, Les Productions Eurêka !
Chantal Côté, Fonds Bell
Alexandre Curzi, Union des artistes
Karine Dubois, Picbois Productions
Sophie Dufort, Télé-Québec
Nadine Dufour, Savoir Média
Ghassan Fayad, Kngfu
Valérie Fouques, Centre National du cinéma et de l'image animée (CNC France)
Pascale Hardy, Groupe Radio-Canada
Hélène Messier, Association québécoise de la production médiatique (AQPM)
Sophie Prégent, Union des artistes
Gwenaëlle Signaté, France Télévisions
Open to Forum pass-holders and Forum RIDM à la carte Day 3 ticket-holders.
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