Head of Video at NY Times leads Masterclass for producers

July 13, 2015 - August 13, 2015, Auckland

Script to Screen and Loading Docs present a special masterclass with Rebecca Howard on strategies for digital content in our ever-changing global landscape. Howard is the General Manager of Video Production at the New York Times.

In her role, Rebecca Howard is responsible for overseeing video content across all platforms – and is hugely qualified to offer insights into the digital realm including placement, marketing and distribution. Throughout the masterclass, Rebecca will draw on recent examples, including the branded documentary series promoting Netflix hit Orange Is the New Black and many other highly successful campaigns. She will cover how to monetise content, how content creators are working with brands, how to find and grow your digital audiences, and commissioning innovative content including the move towards virtual reality.  Full programme details to follow.

Monday 13th July, 9.30am – 12.30pm, Media Design School, Level 5, 92 Albert Street, Auckland CBD.

Industry concession: $25 /Non – industry: $35

Places are limited. Buy your tickets now.

 


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