PANELISTS ANNOUNCED FOR THE  TV WEEK LOGIES INDUSTRY LEADER EVENT 


PANELISTS ANNOUNCED FOR THE 

TV WEEK LOGIES INDUSTRY LEADER EVENT 

Saturday 30 June 10.00am – 12.30pm | The Star, Gold Coast

Be part of the conversation around the issues currently facing the Australian broadcast industry

The geographical shift of the iconic annual celebration of the Australian television and screen industry – the TV WEEK Logies – from Melbourne to Queensland’s vibrant, creative and cultural Gold Coast mirrors the significant shift in our country’s screen landscape.

As part of the TV Week Logie celebrations, there are two panel events taking place at The Star on the Gold Coast this week with leading screen industry guests ahead of ‘television’s night of nights’.

We are thrilled to confirm the panel of industry leaders for Saturday’s Leader Event:

Exclusive Industry Leader Event

Saturday 30 June 2018

10.00am – 12.30pm

The Star Gold Coast – The Theatre

To RSVP to this event CLICK HERE 

by midday Thursday 28 June 2018

Please note we shall be sending in next edm, details of panellists for the Friday 29 June student-focussed forum taking place at The Star theatre  (Friday 29 June | 10.00 – 12.30pm) where all industry can join the discussion.

Panelists:

Tracey Vieira
Chief Executive Officer – Screen Queensland

Matt Deaner (Chair of panel)
Chief Executive Officer – Screen Producers Australia (SPA)

Hamish Turner
Program Director – Nine

Tracey Robertson
Chief Executive Officer – Hoodlum

Nathan Mayfield
Chief Creative Officer – Hoodlum

Nick Forward
Chief Content Officer – Stan

Michael Carrington
Head of Distribution for Entertainment and Specialist and Head of Children’s Content – ABC

Topics to be covered:

> How to bolster local production and support the rich talent pool of local producers and content creators.
> Showcase what Queensland can offer the industry powerbrokers and stakeholders from across the country.
> What pathways can be taken to extend our industry’s international reach?
> To share industry knowledge and engage in a robust discussion on the future of our local  screen industry.

Proudly supported by the Queensland Government through Screen Queensland, Tourism and Events Queensland, Nine Network, Screen Producers Australia and the City of Gold Coast