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Cartoon Digital Online Edition Set for May 26-28

The event features three days of panels and keynotes with topics including ‘Branded Content in Digital Space - Now & Tomorrow,’ ‘Can Digital Content Change the World?,’ and ‘Digital Distribution & Co-production.’

Cartoon Masters has announced its online event, Cartoon Digital running May 26-28, featuring 3-days of keynotes presented by international experts. Here’s a sneak preview:

Branded Content in Digital Space - Now & Tomorrow

What are the opportunities for branded, animated content in today's crowded digital space? How much does having a digital presence increase the awareness and commercial value of an intellectual property? Join international content leaders for a robust discussion and insights into both their hits and their misses.

Panelists:

  • Olivier Dumont (Entertainment One - UK)
  • Christopher Keenan (MATTEL TV – USA)
  • Cristiana Buzzelli (Rainbow - IT)
  • Pietro Pinetti (Studio Bozzetto - IT)

Can Digital Content Change the World?

As the digital space and connectivity grow, shouldn’t we offer interesting new solutions, encourage responsibility, diversity, and sustainability? How can animation contribute to a better future?

Panelists:

  • Lindsey Adams (Daily Madness Productions – IE)
  • Marika Makaroff (Gutsy Animations – FI)
  • Federico Fiecconi (Graffiti Creative - IT)

Digital Distribution & Co-production

As multi-channel and satellite players changed the TV landscape, the digital platforms and other newcomers are changing again the animation world: how do producers make the most out of the new sales and coproduction opportunities for animated TV series and features?

Panelists:

  • Solveig Langeland (Sola Media – DE)
  • Karen Vermeulen (Gaumont - FR)

Additional programming information is available here.

As part of the digital offering to increase interaction, Cartoon will organize one-to-one meetings between participants. More information is available on one-to-one meetings.

Register here. Register prior to May 5 to participate in one-to-one meetings.

Source: Cartoon Masters

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