The next 18 and 19 March are held in Bilbao two interesting events in regard to the audiovisual sector: Tranxmedia Conference (organized by EiTB and Tabakalera) and Videoweb 2011, the third gathering of video creators network.
Both events are very interesting. Tranxmedia (March 18, multibox EiTB room) tries to be “a meeting point for audiovisual professionals, digital and technological industries, investors, entrepreneurs, students and interested audiences. The aim is to reflect on the scope of the changes that are taking place, exchange experiences based practice and start to identify new business models”. You can visit the website to see schedule and the speakers.
In adition, Videoweb (March 19, same place) has been held over the past three years, and has become a reference. Intended as “a gathering of videobloggers, audiovisual producers, video platforms and Internet companies to share knowledge and discuss the future and present of online video”, this year is more interesting than ever, with top level speakers and a complete schedule.
Transistoria starts walking
In Transistoria we have spent many months working on the launch of the company, and next weekend we have a unique setting to jump-start our new project.
We’ll be present at both events. Of course, as learners of what there is going to be told, but also to share our experiences.
In Videoweb, I am giving a paper entitled “It’s the story, stupid. A personal view of transmedia storytelling”. I won’t advance much now, but as the title suggests I’m going to talk about that concept called transmedia storytelling, in a speech full of personal experiences and reflections. Later in this blog I will post the slides of the presentation.
As I say, after months of hard work preparing this project called Transistoria, in recent weeks we have accelerated preparations and I hope to get to both events with the wallet full of business cards and quiver full of arrows.