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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
See what live creative can produce in only 48 hours!A hack day is an event where programmers, designers and people with ideas work together intensively to create new app prototypes over a 48 hr period.The MIPCube TV Hack Day will focus on exploring the next generation of TV related applications. Tapping into the wealth of open API’s on the web, developers work with designers and industry people to explore what is possible - and to perhaps stumble upon something that could be insanely great.The TV Hack Day is both an incredible creative experience in technology, and also a great communication tool for audiences new to tech. Jury:- Louisa Heinrich, Group Director/Strategy, Fjord [@flord] – Head of Jury- Joe McDermottroe, YouTube Sales Development Manager, Google- Allen Debevoise, Chairman, CEO & Co-founder, Machinima [@AllenDeBevoise]
Louisa is a big believer in the power of design to make sense of a complex world. Before joining Fjord, she had been working in the design space for over 13 years, across sectors from media to financial to government to consumer goods; on both the client and the agency side. Now that technology has advanced to the point where the question has moved from 'what can this do?' to 'what should we do with it?', Louisa spends most of her time helping businesses small and large find more innovative and engaging means of accomplishing their goals and relating to their customers through the creative application of well-designed technology.