Getting the Liverpool picture
18 September 2012
The Liverpool Screen School's national event, 'Getting the picture: making local tv happen,' focused on the issues and opportunities around the forthcoming issue of local tv licences across the country. Following on from this success, Liverpool Screen School is pleased to be hosting a follow-up event, 'Getting the Liverpool picture: how will local tv work for the region?'
Local TV is soon to be a reality, with the announcement of the award for the Liverpool licence imminent, and 'Getting the Liverpool picture: how will local tv work for the region?' is a half-day event focusing on how local tv could benefit Liverpool, and how those bidding for the licence envisage working with stakeholders and communities across the city and the region.
The purpose of the afternoon is to allow and encourage each of the organisations who have bid for the Liverpool licence to discuss their scheduling philosophy and model, and how they envisage working with the wider community.
This event will be of interest to a range of stakeholders from the region, including public sector, community, education and industry, and is an opportunity for all bidders to consult with the local community and relevant stakeholders, and for the Liverpool Screen School, together with the Institute of Cultural Capital, to facilitate discussion around the community and public service aspects of the licensing process for the City, focusing on the content and the potential for partnerships within the context of local tv.
Date: Wednesday 3 October
Time: 12.30 – 4.00pm
Venue: The Liverpool Screen School, The Redmonds Building, Brownlow Hill, Liverpool L3 5UG
Book now to confirm your place and receive email updates with speakers and schedule. Please visit http://localtvliverpool.eventbrite.com
This event is supported by Liverpool Vision and is delivered in partnership with the Institute of Cultural Capital.