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Selected, public worldwide conference presentations, many of the PDFs at the bottom given as BBC Senior Development Producer in New Media, BBC Broadcast, later ones as Director of LAMP and Virtual World Developer. Topics include transmedia, new forms of entertainment, games & virtual worlds, future gazing, personalization standards, creative and emerging production. These represent around 30% of all Gary’s presentations, others were NDA company specific and/or strategic or duplicative. Future presentations to be added and others from archive on-going. The selected slideshow embeds are from Gary’s Slideshare.net which have over 400 000 views as at mid Sep 2016…

What is interactivity anyway? Beyond Story,Tech & Futurism. Designing Experiences


Navigating the Expanding Transmedia Multiplatform Universe and State of the Industry


In An Ideal World – The Multiplatform Production Process


Killer 2nd Screen and Social TV: Production Methodology


Precious Alchemy or Worthless Chemistry – Value of Transmedia & Multi Platform


Predicting Present Futures – Navigating the Perfect Media Storm


The Hybrid Media Challenges for Broadcasters


What’s Wrong with Transmedia Content? Where’s the Funding?


Pervasive Entertainment – Games, Film, Physical, Print & TV merged with social networks


 

The Value of Experiential – New Augmented Reality Business Models


 

The Gamification of Social TV Inspiring the stories of tomorrow


 

Fragments of Attention – Transmedia Alchemy


Arresting Audiences, Co-creating Communities, Transmedia Storytelling


Augmented Reality Barriers & Drivers for Widespread Adoption


Recognising Augmented Reality Business Opportunities


RU Game? Games & Public Libraries


Social IPTV: Interactive and Personal


The Rise and Rise of Social Media


The Fragments of Play – Transocialmedia Entertainment


The Art & Craft of Machinima


Online Human Collaboration


Games: Seriously


TV 2.0: Socialised & Participatory TV Online


What’s The ROI? Virtual Worlds Introduction


InGame Advertising, 3D Worlds Marketing


Future Of Social Media Entertainment


Marketing Opportunities in Social Virtual Worlds


Innovating Global Social Media Entertainment


Growing Worlds – Turning Stories into Games


Sublime Immersion – Art in Second Life


What New Audiences Really Want


User Journeys, Personal Services, Natural Evolution


TV vs Metaverse – The Mixed Reality Perfect Storm


Beyond Linear, TV 2.0, The Future of Film and TV


Personalised Audiences, Immersive Services


A Presentation About You – The Personalized Audience


New Roads, New Directions, New Markets


360 thinking, experience designing, cross-media storytelling


Something In The Air – The Future Of Personalization


Personalized Home Entertainment and Human Behaviour


Getting IPTV Content Right


Personal Television Futures


Collaborative Virtual Worlds & LAMP


Brands in Social Virtual Worlds – Subtle Alchemy or Dangerous Chemistry?


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Producing interactive TV – overview presentation 225k PDF 1999 Union

Future of media consumption – a first introduction to PDR’s 209k PDF 1999 PTV Conf

UK interactive TV futures – a look at iTV in early days in UK 200k PDF 1999 Union

What audiences want – consumer centric awareness 497k PDF 2000 Industry Lab

The future of media – Brief 2009 predictions given in 2000, one bullet slide 32k PDF 2000 Aus

Interactive horizons – where are we headed? 194k PDF 2000 Industry Lab

Benefits for users & content providers – The PDR 294k PDF 2000 PTV

Real world scenarios leading open standards – Personal TV 531k PDF 2000 IBC

I think therefore I watch – Interactive documentary programmes 74k PDF 2000 Aus

Personal TV and linear programming – overcoming integration challenges 130k PDF 2000 PTV

Enabling or disabling technologies – look at tech landscape 317k PDF 2000 Industry Lab

New relationships, new business models – The Personal Digital Recorder 247k PDF 2000 NAB

Jobs in interactive TV – For external producers 98k PDF 2000 Union

Professional metamorphosis – New Skills needed for Interactive Producers 72k PDF 2000 Aus

Through the looking glass – Digital & interactive emergence 437k PDF 2000 Aus

Business models driving specifications – Personal TV 411k PDF 2001 PTV

Where are we heading – interactive futures based on 2001 694k PDF 2001 Industry Lab

The home networked consumer – Broadcaster perspective 972k PDF 2001 HN Conf

Subtle alchemy, dangerous chemistry – Interactive music brief 130k PDF 2001 Industry Lab

Challenges of enhanced TV – eTV production issues at Paris forum 240k PDF 2002 OpenTV

Personal TV standards – TV-Anytime intro at Paris forum 372k PDF 2002 OpenTV

Personal television futures – NAB presentation of now to future 665k PDF 2003 NAB

Future of personalised media – A look at world beyond search 1.7MB PDF 2004 Industry Lab

Media Futures USA – Opening brief for three panels on super-distribution 610k PDF 2005 USA

Interactive and IP TV – A BBC History 1.3MB PDF 2005 Aus

New Roads, New Directions, New Markets – The changing media landscape and emerging content types 2.4MB PDF Sep 2005 Aus

Getting IpTv right – A consumer centric look at IPTV futures 610k PDF 2005 Aus

The Personalised Audience – A presentation about you and services relevant to you 1.1MB PDF Oct 2005 Industry Lab

Building Audiences… – through Broadband, TV and mobile interactive service futures 7.9MB PDF Nov 2005 Aus (2 hour breakfast presentation)

User Journeys, Personal Services – ‘natural evolution’, presentation at LAMP ABC 6.5MB PDF Dec 2005 industry Lab

 

Evolving Media Creative Dilemmas – A look at the networked planet and audience fragmentation 3.7MB PDF Mar 2006 Aus

Dont Get Lost, Discover Findability – Presentation looking at making sure your service is found in the noise 4.2MB PDF Apr 2006 Aus

Beyond Linear – a look at advanced video formats 2.3MB PDF May 2006 Industry Lab

Global Media Journeys – for personalised interactive audiences. Multi-platform TV production. 8.2MB PDF May 2006 Aus

Immersion: Beyond Linear – A brief look at Experience Design 2.2MB PDF Jul 2006 Industry Lab

Personalised Audiences, Immersive Services – Latest audience statistics, trends and engaging services 5.4MB PDF Oct 2006 Industry Lab

Personalised Home Entertainment and Human Behaviour – A short talk give at the Australian Communications and Media Authority annual get together 3.1 MB PDF Nov 2006 Aus

Key:

  • PTV – various European conferences on Personal TV
  • NAB – National Association of Broadcasters, Vegas, USA
  • IBC – International Broadcasting Convention, Amsterdam
  • Aus – Presentations given at Film, TV or Emerging Media seminars in Australia
  • Union – Presentations given to UK industry bodies looking at employment issues
  • HN – Home Networking Conferences
  • Industry Labs – Various one day or longer development labs. Non-specific presentations
Jun 042008
 

Gary Hayes will be speaking and representing LAMP and AFTRS at the The 2008 KANZ Australia Korea New Zealand Broadband Summit on 19-20 June 2008 in Seoul, Korea.

The ten or so Australian speakers at the two day summit will be led by Senator the Hon Stephen Conroy, Minister for Broadband, Communications and the Digital Economy and will be hosted by the Korean Minister, Mr See-Joong Choi, Chairman, Korean Communications Commission (KCC).

The summit will cover topics such as Broadband Technologies, Intelligent Broadcasting, Services and Applications, R&D and Safety and Security. Gary will be talking about the growing importance of participatory content, the collision of traditional media and new collaborative tools from a story perspective and how these hybrids are an analog for the way nations could be working together – ‘the international, digital mash-up’. He will also talk about how nations can develop strategies to share learning from R&D and new industry forms.

The KANZ Broadband Summit is an annual meeting of Australian, New Zealand and Korean organisations to discuss the latest developments in broadband infrastructure, applications and content. This year it is hosted by the Korean Communications Commission, providing a focal point for discussions on mutual international collaboration in commercial and research opportunities in broadband content, services and infrastructure.

The past three Summits have attracted around 100 organisations with the objective of fostering collaboration and exploring new business opportunities. With the passing of each Summit we are seeing stronger, closer business ties established between the participating countries.

There is also an opportunity for companies for all regions to attend and what follows is some information for late applications:

You will be joining an Australian delegation made up of representatives from commercial and research organisations involved in the creation and delivery of new content and services for broadband networks. Participants will take part in the Summit by attending the formal sessions and making contact with their counterpart organisations. The broad details and arrangements for the Summit are set out below.

This is a great opportunity to participate in a top level ministerial forum, to take advantage of that forum to liaise with counterparts from Korea and New Zealand at the cutting edge of broadband services and to establish new collaborative ventures.

I urge you to register your interest in attending with our Coordinator, Ruth Conry at ruth.conry@mnetcorporation.com by Friday 30th May. Ruth can provide all the information you need regarding arrangements in Korea – her mobile number is 0401 719 975.

Companies who have already confirmed their attendance from Australia to provide key speakers at the Summit include:

  • National ICT Australia (NICTA)
  • Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC)
  • m.Net Corporation
  • CSIRO
  • Australian Film TV & Radio School (AFTRS): LAMP
  • Internet Society of Australia (ISOC-AU)
  • Microsoft Australia
  • Australian Federal Police (AFP)

In addition you will have the opportunity to meet with New Zealand and Korean counterparts including senior representatives from:

  • Samsung Electronics
  • Electronics & Telecommunications Research Institute (ETRI), Korea
  • Korea Telecom (KT)
  • TU Media Corp
  • Mobile Convergence Co
  • Asia Pacific Satellite Industries
  • Korea Information Security Agency
  • Telecom NZ
  • Zodal
  • University of Auckland
  • MediaLab
  • HectorWorld
  • Kordia

The Week in Seoul
Australia will be represented at a senior level at the OECD Ministerial Meeting on “The Future of the Internet Economy” in Seoul from 17-18 June. After the OECD meeting, ministers will open the 4th Korea Australia and New Zealand Broadband Summit taking place from 19-20 June.

Also in Seoul that week, the World IT Show provides opportunities to discover both local and international technologies being promoted in the Korean market.

In Conclusion
The Korea Australia New Zealand Broadband Summit represents an opportunity to participate in a top level ministerial forum and to take advantage of that forum to make contact with Korean organisations which, in a number of cases, are at the cutting edge of broadband technology.

With so much happening in Seoul that week, this is an unprecedented opportunity which will not occur again for some time.

AIMIA have also covered this here