Mini-INPUT Thessaloniki 2017
INPUT– International Public Television Conference is a non-profit organization of public television programme makers and broadcasters. It is the organizer of an annual conference to discuss and challenge the boundaries of public TV. Founded in 1977 in corporation with the Goethe-Institut, this event is the only international conference that focuses specifically on the innovative programmes produced by public as opposed to commercial broadcasters.
Due to INPUT honest, innovative, thought-provoking, brave and challenging television programme is a universal human right and moreover a successful tool for the communication between different cultures all across the world.
The conference has travelled the world since its beginning and was hosted this year in Thessaloniki, Greece. 495 Delegates travelled from 35 countries to Greece to attend the 76 hours of programming presented by a fantastic team of Moderators. The selection of TV programmes, projects and topics for this year’s conference covered the broadest range of topics such as:
- the specifics of Asian Storytelling
- the role of public media in investigative journalism
- how to work with young creators, young formats, young hosts
- interactivity in TV Drama
- the limits of the use of public footage
- the new generation of hybrid formats where everything seems possible.
For more information, please download “MiNi-INPUT Program” here: