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One of the world’s largest gatherings of creative, media and digital professionals is set to help define the future of the creative industries when they come together at the London Transmedia Fest 2012 on 26th-27th October.
The event, taking place on the Greenwich Digital Peninsula, is an opportunity for over 1,000 broadcasters, filmmakers, technologists, hackers, storytellers, developers, entrepreneurs and content creators to collaborate and develop innovations to help the industries grow.
London Transmedia Fest 2012 features a range of free and interactive workshops from leading industry companies who have come together to host the event, which will also include the world’s largest transmedia hackfest event ever. Sessions include:
The two-day extravaganza will also include a debate, immersive writing and business modelling labs, networking opportunities and an exhibition demonstrating some of the most innovative applications of transmedia technology worldwide.
London Transmedia Fest 2012 is powered by DMIC – a digital media incubation project part-funded by the European Regional Development Fund to help SMEs across London to grow and expand..
Chris Thompson, Senior Adviser for Enterprise and Innovation at Ravensbourne, which is leading the DMIC project, said:
“London Transmedia Fest 2012 is a ‘must-attend’ event for creative and digital professionals wanting to play a part in shaping the future of their industry. There are some highly-regarded industry experts delivering the sessions, so we are urging that people apply early to avoid disappointment.”
For further information about London Transmedia Fest 2012 and to apply for a place, visit http://dmic.org.uk/london-transmedia-fest/. Stay in touch on Twitter @RaveDMIC or via #LTF2012