49 episodes

The CMPA’s Prime Time in Ottawa conference is a national networking event for some 600 of Canada’s most prominent business leaders from the feature film, television, interactive media, broadcasting and telecommunications industries.

Prime Time Anytime Canadian Media Producers Association

    • TV & Film

The CMPA’s Prime Time in Ottawa conference is a national networking event for some 600 of Canada’s most prominent business leaders from the feature film, television, interactive media, broadcasting and telecommunications industries.

    Global Opportunities to Tell Canadian Stories

    Global Opportunities to Tell Canadian Stories

    Canadians have stories to tell, and global companies are recognizing the great opportunities that can come from these projects. How can you partner with a broadcaster or studio to develop content that can be sold globally? Hear from our panel of experts who are producing and monetizing Canadians’ stories, and about the global opportunities that exist for Canadian producers

    • 53 min
    The Challenge of Production Financing

    The Challenge of Production Financing

    Independent producers with a great story to tell know that one of the biggest challenges to getting a project completed is securing the funding. In today’s evolving industry, how have finance models changed? What strategies are available that have proven results? This panel of experts will provide real world solutions to the challenge of production finance, and outline novel approaches to the funding puzzle that will get your project rolling, and content made.

    Moderated by Lon Hall.

    • 58 min
    Working with Netflix Animation

    Working with Netflix Animation

    Great animation can come from anywhere and watched everywhere on Netflix. It’s an opportunity for Canada’s exceptional animation talent to create stories for the global stage. In this session, Netflix manager of original animation Jane Lee will break down how Netflix animation works with local creators. She’ll be joined on stage by Greg Sullivan, the creator of the Netflix original animated series The Hollow, which was made in British Columbia and watched by fans all over the world. They’ll present a case study of howThe Hollow came to Netflix, before and after the greenlight. This session is moderated by Kidscreen news and social media editor, Alexandra Whyte.

    • 47 min
    The Legislative Path Forward for Cultural Policy in Canada

    The Legislative Path Forward for Cultural Policy in Canada

    In their first public appearance following the release of the long-awaited Broadcasting and Telecommunications Legislative Review (BTLR) report, the Chair of the government-appointed BTLR expert panel, Janet Yale, and panel member Monique Simard will discuss their recommendations to the government.

    • 45 min
    Keynote conversation: Minister of Canadian Heritage Steven Guilbeault

    Keynote conversation: Minister of Canadian Heritage Steven Guilbeault

    Joined by the CMPA’s President and CEO Reynolds Mastin, the pair will discuss the current state of the screen-based industries and Minister Guilbeault’s vision for the future of Canadian content creation.

    • 34 min
    The Key to Gen Z

    The Key to Gen Z

    If Gen Zers have proved anything, it’s that if you want to reach the next generation of consumers, you’re going to have to invest in video. This reality is giving media companies incentive to create more targeted content as Gen Z shuns traditional media. Content creators are adapting to Gen Z’s consumption habits and bringing content to them where they live – on mobile devices. Join our panel of experts as they discuss and provide key insights about how to successfully target and reach the Gen Z audience from every angle.

    Moderated by Agnes Augustin.

    • 1 hr 2 min

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