Monte-Carlo Television Festival
The 62nd edition of the Monte-Carlo Television Festival, taking place from 16 to 20 June, will see an extended Business Content component this year, bringing together experts from all areas of the global content business together with professionals seeking to join in discussions with their peers and those interested in learning more about current issues facing international programming across all elements of the business.
Topics to be showcased with the Business Content programme in 2023 include among others sustainable production; international co-production and distribution; OTT, streaming, FAST Channels and social media; diversity and cultural focus; spotlight on young content creators, as well as the transformation of factual programming.
Registration to the Pass Pro will give access to the Festival’s Business Content sessions and networking events, as well as Festival Connect – a networking tool that facilitates exclusive meetings with leading industry figures attending the Festival.
Cécile Menoni, Executive Director of the Monte-Carlo Television Festival, comments, “We are extremely proud of the continued development of our Festival which has constantly adapted to reflect myriad changes taking place in the global content business. The growth of streaming and digital platforms has significantly altered the way we all watch programming on every type of screen. Our Business Content agenda this year will shine a light on current and future opportunities and challenges both in front of and behind the camera and we cannot wait to share our full line-up of exceptional speakers in the coming weeks.”
Joanna Merchie, Business Content Director, adds, “Last year our Business Content attracted some of the highest-level executives across the business. For 2023 we are currently crafting a strong agenda focusing on vital trends the industry needs to address to safeguard its global future.”
Our Business Content agenda this year will shine a light on current and future opportunities and challenges both in front of and behind the camera and we cannot wait to share our full line-up of exceptional speakers in the coming weeks.” Cécile Menoni Executive Director of the Monte-Carlo Television Festival