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The MIPTV programme includes the Media Mastermind Keynote Series, the Producers’ Hub & Co-production Summit, the Brands and Content focus, competitions, matchmaking and networking events, and the red-carpet World Premiere TV Screenings. Innovation is at the heart of MIPTV with MIPCube programme. MIPTV Programme at-a-glance.
The MIPDoc programme focuses on co-financing and co-production: MIPDoc Programme at-a-glance
The MIPFormats programme features the most innovative concepts worldwide: MIPFormats programme at-a-glance
The trend of time-shifting would lead us to believe that the TV viewing experience is becoming more individual and less social. Twitter has emerged as a powerful counterforce, providing people a platform and a reason to experience TV socially and in real-time. Hear firsthand what Twitter has planned for the future and how it can reshape the TV viewing experience.
Tony joined Twitter in January 2010 and is currently the General Manager of Twitter UK. Before moving to London, he worked in the San Francisco headquarters on the revenue, business development, product and international teams. Previously, Tony was Managing Counsel at Google where he supported its international expansion. Tony started his career in the legal field where he focused on venture capital, M&A, and capital markets. Follow him on Twitter at @tonyw
Nic Newman is a journalist and digital strategist who was one of the founders of the BBC News Website. He went on to help develop multiplatform products across BBC Journalism, led BBC strategies on social media and was part of the technology team that developed BBC iPlayer. He works with broadcasters, news organisations and the arts sector - advising clients on the transition to digital.He also works with a number of social media and journalism start ups.Before that Nic was a journalist for 15 years working in radio, TV and online in international news.Nic is also a well respected authority on the future of news writing an annual paper about technology trends.Technology, journalism and media predictions 2012Nic is a visiting fellow at the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism at Oxford University. recent publications include:Journalism in the age of social discovery (Reuters Institute Oct 2011)Social media in the changing ecology of news (Oxford Internet Institute May 2011)