The largest media festival in the Netherlands, Dutch Media Week, officially opened this morning with the presentation of the media speech by Prof. dr. Dr. Mark Deuze: The Future is Unpredictable, Long Live the Future. In this speech he discussed how we live in media. Dutch Media Week lasts until Sunday 11 October next.
From a drive-in cinema with the best films to daily online talk shows about the media industry for a week. And from artificial intelligence to diversity in media. During Dutch Media Week, all aspects of media are highlighted and researched. All program components are corona-proof and can be followed free of charge via the virtual venue. The full program can be viewed here.
‘We are very happy to be able to organize this wonderful week full of media. Due to this special time, almost all events take place online. For example, we have more than 80 program components that we have set up together with about 60 partners. It promises to be a week full of fun and inspiration, for young and old, for media maker to student and for the public to politics’, according to Eppo van Nispen tot Sevenaer, director of Sound and Vision and organizer of Dutch Media Week.
Dutch Media Week is committed to promoting the Dutch media industry with Hilversum as an important hub. It provides a stimulus for innovation in the media sector by organizing knowledge and networking events for professionals in close collaboration with partners such as MediaPerspectives, BM (Broadcast Magazine), NPO, v-OR (united-Online Radio Stations), #SMWNL, Media Stages and many others.
The program components take place within the various themes; industry, international, society, talent, future. A daily talk show about Business in Media that highlights the power and skills of the creative media industry. The presentation of the Online Radio Awards and BMYoung Media Talent of the Year award, the conference ‘from live music venue to multimedia company’, a lecture about how artificial intelligence can influence the future of media and numerous activities to bridge the gap between students, young talent and the professional field. It is just a selection from the immense range.
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