Promo News - 17th Apr 2015

MusicVidFest, the UK music video conference that launched on the day of the UK Music Video Awards last November, is organising a series of seminars in the coming months - starting with an event called 'What does music want from music video?', to be held at the BFI Southbank on Wednesday May 6th. 

An industry panel including James Hackett (director of video, EMI/Virgin), Natalie Arnett (independent commissioner and EP at Untitled), Kim Jarrett (directors’ rep at OB Management), and Will Nichols (senior visual content manager, Parlophone/Warner Bros) will discuss the artist and label perspective on moving image, and their priorities and requirements in a complicated media environment, and also what music fans are responding to, in a discussion moderated by David Knight (Promo News, BUG, etc).

It's the first of a series of seminars presented by MusicVidFest – in collaboration with Hiive, the professional network for creative people – to share ideas, provide inspiration and develop networking opportunities for the music video industry.

It will take place in the Blue Room, BFI Southbank in London at 7pm on May 6th. Find out more, including tickets information here.

Promo News - 17th Apr 2015

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