Streaming out for Digital Audiences
Streaming out for Digital Audiences

STREAMING OUT FOR DIGITAL AUDIENCES - TALKS ONLINE


2012-13



Streaming Out for Digital Audiences was a trilogy of seminars about streaming media in the arts sector, featuring talks from leading industry practitioners.

With support from Arts Council England, we’ve been able to bring together experience, thinking and ambition from across the sector, hearing from organisations as diverse as Brighton Dome and Festival, Picturehouse Cinemas, Tate, Glyndebourne, Pilot Theatre, South Hill Park and The Space, to smaller in scale but equally inventive ventures from Artplayer, Tyneside’s Pixel Palace, and Theatre Royal Stratford East. Sarah Pickthall introduced the opportunities presented by thinking creatively about accessibility, Brighton based FatSand Productions led a technical workshop, and Google/Youtube presented their platform-based solutions for non-profit organisations.

Throughout the series, we’ve heard from people experimenting with streaming on all scales. There have been successes, and learning along the way, and ideas have sometimes moved faster than the technology available, but what has come through again and again, is that this is an exciting time to be streaming out!

We’re delighted to now present all of our talks online.

STREAMING OUT 1 – Business Models and Creative Opportunities

The first Streaming Out seminar – part of Brighton Digital Festival 2012 – presented a series of industry case studies showcasing leading cultural organisations including talks from Carole Britten, Director of Marketing at Brighton Dome and Festival, Jake Berger Head Of Technology & Distribution at BBC, Roger McKinley, Research and Innovation Manager at FACT, Susan Holtham, Assistant to the Director of Media and Audiences at Tate and George Bruell Head of Media Development at Glyndebourne.

Carole Britten – Brighton Dome and Festival and Jim Lee from Brighton City College
Transcript of talk available to download here (pdf).


Jake Berger and Steven Allen – BBC’s The Space

Roger McKinleyFACT and Artplayer

Susan Holtham – Tate
Transcript of talk available to download here (pdf).


STREAMING OUT 2 – Cinematic Ventures & Beginner’s Technical Walkthrough

This second seminar held as part of Cinecity Brighton Film Festival 2012, included a series of presentations and a technical walkthrough from leading industry practitioners. Speakers included Lyn Goleby, Managing Director of Picturehouse Cinemas, Dominic Smith, Digital Media Projects Manager at Tyneside Cinema and Joe Coyne, Managing Director of FatSand Productions.

Lyn Goleby – Picturehouse Cinemas
Transcript of talk available to download here (pdf).


Dominic Smith – Tyneside Cinema
Transcript of talk available to download here (pdf).


Joe Coyne – FatSand Productions
Transcript of talk available to download here (pdf).

STREAMING OUT 3 – Streaming for the Cultural Sector

This third and final Streaming Out session held at South Hill Park included a series of presentations from leading industry practitioners including:
Martin Franklin, Digital Media Centre Manager for South Hill Park, Sally Goldsmith, Head of Sales & Marketing for Theatre Royal Stratford East, Mark Beasley, Digital Producer for Pilot Theatre, Fintan Gillespie, Industry Manager at Google and Lead for the Youtube for Non-Profits programme in the UK, Sarah Pickthall, a freelance consultant, coach, artist and community producer with final closing comments from Jon Pratty Relationship Manager for Digital and Creative Economies at Arts Council England.

Martin Franklin – South Hill Park
Transcript of talk available to download here (pdf).

Sally Goldsmith – Theatre Royal Stratford East
Transcript of talk available to download here (pdf).

Mark Beasley – Pilot Theatre
Transcript of talk available to download here (pdf).

Fintan Gillespie – Google and Youtube for Non-Profits UK

Sarah Pickthall
Transcript of talk available to download here (pdf).

Closing comments from Jon Pratty – Arts Council England
Transcript of talk available to download here (pdf).

These seminars were made possible by support from Arts Council England.

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