DOK.fest München connects formats to audiences with new international conference

Creating a successful TV programme is not an easy task. With a plethora of options available, how can one ensure that their documentary film is picked? How can you attract and “seduce” your audience into watching your programme? These are some of the questions that will be tackled in the international conference at DOK.fest München, in partnership with Documentary Campus and Bayerischer Rundfunk, on May 4-5, 2023.

The conference will focus on audience behaviour and how to promote your programme effectively. Based on new European audience research, the session will analyze facts and figures, followed by an interactive working format to put knowledge into practice and create a toolkit for broadcasters and programmers.

One of the main highlights of the conference will be exploring fresh perspectives through the lens of new technologies serving the broadcasting industries. There will also be discussions on how to make the most of libraries, their relevance for broadcasters as well as for emerging filmmakers. Additionally, the conference will dissect monetization strategies for creators and debate how to handle distribution and exploitation rights best in an ever-changing media landscape.

The conference is curated and moderated by AC Coppens/THE CATALYSTS, and it is open to the public. The event will take place at Amerikahaus in Munich, an international, creative hub known for its highest quality in content and connections.

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