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TellyCast Content Funding Festival | Sponsored

A unique event for the content production industry, the TellyCast Content Funding Festival features panel discussions with key players in content financing and production.

Attending producers can also pitch their new projects to event sponsors in pre-scheduled face-to-face meetings and network with attending financiers.

The one-day event will feature panels including The New Finance Models, sponsored by capital finance provider Pipe, Blockchain and NFTs, sponsored by blockchain finance platform MContent, Co-production Evolved, sponsored by distributor, channel owner and creator of the Quintus Co-Pro Club Quintus Studios and Brand Funded Programming 2.0, sponsored by APX Content Ventures, owned by Publicis.

The roundtables are designed to provide actionable insights into developments in funding, rights and intellectual property. Where are the opportunities? What are the pros and cons of different trade agreements? What are the new models and technologies that are changing the way content is funded in today’s production boom.

Confirmed panelists for the event include some of the content industry’s leading producers, distributors, financial experts, analysts, thought leaders and independent financiers in brand-funded programming, co-production and web 3.0, including:

  • Sam Barcroft, Creatorville
  • Richard Tulk-Hart, Buccaneer Media
  • Bhav Chandrani, ITV
  • Gerrit Kemming, Quintus Studios
  • Lilla Hurst, driving
  • Simon Wells, consultant and former Channel 4 Controller of Branded Entertainment
  • Rob McCrae, New World Film Finance
  • Amanda Groom, The Bridge
  • Katie West, APX Content Ventures
  • Eric Collins, Impact X
  • Wayne Marc Godfrey, bagpipes
  • Clare Thompson, K7 Media
  • Phil McKenzie, Goldfinch

Companies already registered to attend include BBC Studios, Channel 4, Fremantle, the Story Lab, Woodcut Media, Big Little Fish, Off The Fence, Beyond Rights and more.

The TellyCast Content Fundraising Festival is organized by host TellyCast and Boom! Public relations founder Justin Crosby.

Other event partners include Broadcast, Pact and Television Business International and each delegate will receive an exclusive free report, filled with tips, advice and information on today’s content funding model, courtesy of industry intelligence experts K7 Media.

Tellycast: Content Funding Festival takes place April 26 at Ashworth Center, Lincoln’s Inn

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