Radio & Television at BANFF: Partnership is the name of the interactive game

BANFF - You could see it clearly at the i-pitch session. Besides the fact it was the first time broadcasters and developers i-pitched together at the Banff World Television Festival (with laptops mind you), it was quite evident interactive content is now a “package deal”. Interactive content brings broadcasters and developers together. Raven Tales, the winner of the 2006 Banff World Television Festival i-pitch session was represented by Michael Ockenden from Sandbox Games of Vancouver BC and Peter Strutt from Aboriginal Peoples Television Network. The team will be awarded the $10,000 development prize. The jury noted the web site’s rich...

Our industry and COVID-19

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