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Media Tech Hub Conference 2019

MTH Conference: Your annual update for technologies in film, TV and VoD.

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The conference

How is AI already used in film production? Which companies profit from metadata as a business model in distribution?  How do innovative tools change processes? Which interactive formats are succesful in film and television? And how does storytelling change through immersive technologies?

These are just some of the questions that will be answered at MediaTech Hub Conference on November 19-20, 2019 in Potsdam. Get your annual update, be part of the community and learn from international use cases how technologies can result in competitive advantages in film, TV and entertainment.
Innovative media technologies have never been more relevant – especially when looking at international developments – no matter what size projects or companies within the content supply chain are. They do not only promise necessary chances to optimize processes and increase efficiency, but can also aid to develop additional creative potentials and innovative forms of monetarisation – within or beyond the media industry.

The conference program with more than 50 international experts, a.o. Mark Harrison (The DPP), Eric Scherer (France TV) and Opeyemi Olukemi (POV Spark), offers an annual update on international trends and helps to broaden the view to understand the potential for media technologies in other industries. In an inspiring and creative atmosphere at the biggest film studio in Europe innovation comes to life and new business contacts can be established. 

As Germany's leading business event for future media technologies in entertainment and industry the MediaTech Hub Conference shows digital media technologies as they are: essential instruments to solve current challenges.