Nov 082005
 

New Roads, New Directions, New Markets – Gary Hayes
Gary HayesGary presents a talk in two halves. The first is a broad overview of current markets and audiences from an Australian perspective stressing the importance of being first rather than last as new markets open up., The second half is based on many years experience as BBCi Producer with a look at what was learned from ‘big’ interactive audiences including some key tips to draw in bigger audiences and how to keep them.
Accompanying presentation – New Roads, New Directions, New Markets 2.4MB PDF

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Gary Hayes – Director LAMP Former Senior Producer/Manager BBCi has been at the forefront of worldwide emerging media development and production since 1993. Gary led the BBC’s development of the internet, interactive TV and emerging platforms from 95-04 as Senior Producer and Development Manager. He runs a blog on Media Personalisation at www.personalizemedia.com and an Interactive producers site at www.garyhayes.tv.

Sydney 7 Sep 2005
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Sep 072005
 

Building bridges, the new producer – Sohail Dahdal
Sohail DahdalSohail looks at the complex issues surrounding multi-platform and multi-media production. Using a tried and trusted process model he explores the critical issues of iterative production and interactive process design – in other words the production itself becomes as dynamic as the service you are making.
Accompanying presentation – Interactive Producer of the Future 84k PDF

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Sohail Dahdal, Director, 6moons Interactive has produced, designed, and engineered hundreds of DVDs, CD-ROMs, websites, installation and films, always with keen interest for bridging the gap between the new forms of interactive media and the traditional art of filmmaking.

Sydney 7 Sep 2005
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Sep 072005
 

Adapting Linear Content to Interactive Games � Jackie Turnure
Jackie TurnureUsing The Wonderful Wizard of Oz as an example, Jackie takes on a journey through the process of turning a linear brand into an interactive proposition. She looks at the evolution of the interactive property from simple storybooks through to complex game design. She finishes with some key questions and tips about creating these kinds of projects.
Accompanying presentation – Adapting Linear Content to Interactive Games 1.3MB PDF

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For the last 15 years Jackie has been working across film, television, games and online production, with a particular focus on animation and children’s content. Jackie is currently script editing and voice directing Stolen Life, an animated feature produced in Machinima, written and produced by Peter Rasmussen.

Sydney 7 Sep 2005
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Sep 072005
 

Brothers In Arms, Cross-media Challenges – Martin Brown and Tom Kennedy
Martin and Tom look at the challenges of taking and paralleling the development of their latest film venture, ‘Brothers in Arms’, into other mediums. Issues they refer to include cross media international financing, dominant parts of the platform mix and leveraging the brand.

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Martin as Producer has enjoyed a 20-year career in the entertainment industry, from managing live theatre, shows and events to producing television commercials, music videos, and most recently, multi-award-winning feature films including ‘Moulin Rouge’.

Tom Kennedy is the CEO of Mediazoo and is widely regarded as one of the most influential and experienced figures in the Australian interactive community. Tom has worked previously as CEO of Hyro Ltd, Managing Director of Brainwave Interactive and Managing Director of Beyond Online

Sydney 7 Sep 2005
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Sep 072005
 

Playground of emerging design � Catherine Gleeson and Peter Giles
Catherine GleesonCatherine and Peter explore a wide range of topics to do with one of the most critical parts of interactive service creation, the visual design.

Starting from simple and elegant interfaces they also talk about representing the complex and numerous using 3D interfaces for example. Looking at the differences between portals and properties they also explore why we should be learning from earlier service design and not reinventing the wheel.
Accompanying presentation – Playground of Emerging Design 711k PDF

PODCAST SUBSCRIPTION
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Peter GilesCatherine has been working as a Creative Director in print and new media since 1988. She has extensive experience in information design and visual communication. Through her company Platform09, Catherine also maintains a separate creative practice. Past projects have included: collaborative, installation work for Experimenta; motion graphics, animation and multimedia design for theatre, film and video.
Peter has worked as the Head of the Digital Media Department at AFTRS since 1998 and has established Australia�s leading postgraduate and professional programs in Visual Effects, Interactive Media, Broadcast Design and Computer Animation.

Sydney 7 Sep 2005
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Sep 022005
 

Multi-Platform Content Delivery- David Gurney
David delivers an insightful look across the whole new media industry and in his inimitable way paints a picture of confusion, blind alleyways but with some real opportunities. Using his popular animation series ‘Hooter and Snoz’ as a case study he points out the serious market potential for a variety of new media content.
Accompanying presentation – Multi Platform Content Delivery 192k PDF

PODCAST SUBSCRIPTION
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David Gurney is the executive producer of Blue Rocket Productions. Launched in 1999 they develop and produce cutting edge 3D animated cartoons for film, television, broadband and mobile.

Sydney 7 Sep 2005
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Sep 022005
 

Designing for cross media channels � Ric Holland
Ric HollandRic explores a range of cutting edge design techniques using a mixture of his own innovative work at IBM and other companies but also drawing attention to newer developments. He highlights the importance of brand, consistency across platforms and the principles of definition, profile and scenarios.
Accompanying presentation – Designing Cross-Media and Creative Branding 4.2MB PDF

PODCAST SUBSCRIPTION
All LAMP podcasts are also published through the iTunes store. You can subscribe automatically to these if you have iTunes installed by clicking here.

As a Creative Director and Innovator over the past 25 years Ric Holland has also been a consultant to major brands in music production, wireless, broadband, games and CG content creation, helping to find alternate revenue markets, cross-media business models and creative concepts for digital interactive content.

Adelaide 2 Sep 2005
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Aug 312005
 

�I told you I was ill� � Cathy Henkel and Kerry Sunderland
Cathy and Kerry talk about the hurdles they faced on the one hand and the wonderful opportunities that came their way while creating the cross-platform exploration of the life of Spike Milligan. They talk about the duality of TV/online combinations and how they generated a community of interest around their properties using traditional and not-so traditional techniques.

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Cathy Henkel works as a producer, writer and director of documentaries, drama, on-line and interactive content. Her previous television credits include Walking Through a Minefield, Losing Layla, (ATOM Award, Best Documentary, 2001) and The Man who Stole my Mother’s Face, (Best Feature Documentary, Tribeca Film Festival, New York; IF Award, Best Documentary, Australia, 2004).

Brisbane 31 Aug 2005
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Aug 262005
 

Making a drama out of cross platform – Jim Shomos and Paul Baiguerra
Jim and Paul talk about their new project “Forget the Rules”. FTR will be the first comedy/drama series in the world to be broadcast simultaneously on TV, mobiles and broadband. It’s also the first Australian made mobile drama in Australia. They talk about the creative pressures of a weekly production schedule and how they managed the relationships with multiple platforms.

PODCAST SUBSCRIPTION
All LAMP podcasts are also published through the iTunes store. You can subscribe automatically to these if you have iTunes installed by clicking here.

Jim Shomos and Paul Baiguerra are producers with Global Dilemma (GD) which is a joint venture between Jim Shomos and Catfish. Catfish produce and direct award winning TVCs and corporate films in Australasia.

Melbourne 26 Aug 2005
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Audio preparation by James Christopher Murty

May 062005
 

Piracy Is Good by Mark Pesce
Mark PesceLive presentation of �Piracy Is Good?�, delivered by Mark Pesce on May 6th, 2005 at the Australian Film Television and Radio School in Sydney.

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Sydney 6th May 2005
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Audio preparation by James Christopher Murty