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#01 The future of online video - 21st January, 9am-Noon @ The ICA, London (read the blog post here).

 

Note: this is Amplified topic #01 (the same hash number the topic had at Amp08)

 

Schedule:

 

0900 - 0920 Welcome and introduction (20 minutes)

0920 - 1000 Session 1 (40 minutes)

1000 - 1010 Break (10 minutes)

1010 - 1050 Session 2 (40 minutes)

1050 - 1100 Break (10 minutes)

1100 - 1140 Session 3 (40 minutes)

1140 - 1200 Wrapping up (20 minutes)

This will also be on display at the ICA along with suggested session topics

 

The aim is to have 12 or so tables made up of 4 or 5 people discussing in each 40 minute session. We hope you use Twitter during the morning - please use the hash tag #amp09. You may not have time during each session, but please use the One Tweet Initiative at the close of each session - if every attendee uses a single Tweet to sum up the session we find this to be very powerful.

 

Suggested Session Topics (choose or add your own - if more than one table decides to chew over the same topic, that's fine)

 

  • Is television dying or evolving?
  • Is the iPlayer the best thing since sliced bread or just half baked?
  • What hope for original online video content?
  • YouTube vs the young pretenders (Blip, Viddler, Vimeo etc)
  • Is it wrong to follow the conventional TV/film model online?
  • Do you need to be Joss Whedon to be an online success?
  • Bringing TV to the Internet (Joost, Hulu etc) vs Original online content (CurrentTV etc)
  • Where does advertising fit into this?
  • Bit Torrent: White elephant or white knight?
  • Innovative film marketting getting better than film making?
  • Are we a truly Global audience now and if so how do we get around regional copyright and scheduling?
  • Is blogging vlogging dead?
  • Do startups such as Seesmic, Phreadz and 12Seconds have a chance?
  • The future of video conversation
  • Moving past linear video - let 'em have it
  • The value of archiving video and tapping into The Long Tail
  • How does mobile technology alter the way we consume media?
  • Can you/should you regulate online video content, if so, how? 
  • Is user-generated video a fad?
  • What effect does it have on content as more people are watching on mobile devices with tiny screens and tinny sound?
  • Can "Big Brother" survive in the Qik.com Panopticon?
  • Will Big Media require unregulated, metered and unrestricted broadband to deliver its content ?
  • Making video as social, creative, learning activity/part of a learning environment?
  • Vlogging vlogging
  • Is ad-funding the only option for online video?
  • Do we focus too much on controlling the time line of a video, maybe we should allow people to use video in the way that they want, to mix it, break it and use it for their own purposes. we are starting to see this more and more in video-based advertising - could it cross the chasm in long-form entertainment?
  • Conversational TV - how do we join the conversation to the programming?
  • One to many model in creative media - you own the story and lead characters but they inhabit a world/universe that the fan community owns, plays and creates in
  • Machinima (This is a big enough topic to have its own session tag - let's use #29)

 

 

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Comments (3)

Tony Hall said

at 8:12 am on Jan 20, 2009

Is vlogging dead? this caught my eye.
Making video as social, creative, learning activity? Maybe part of a learning environment?
'Vlogging Vlogging' as a topic?

vaughan said

at 10:09 am on Jan 20, 2009

2 subjects which I would be interested in discussing......
is ad-funding the only option for online video?
do we focus too much on controlling the time line of a video, maybe we should allow people to use video in the way that they want, to mix it, break it and use it for their own purposes. we are starting to see this more and more in video-based advertising - could it cross the chasm in long-form entertainment?

Matt Kelland said

at 12:14 pm on Jan 21, 2009

Would have loved to be at the machinima session - hoping for some good tweets afterwards!

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