Program and registration


Organizers:

 

DOCfield PRO SEMINAR
PRESCRIBERS AND AUDIENCES
Success stories that inspire change
21st of October 2017, CCCB

WHAT:

A day dedicated to journalists, photographers, communication, culture and Third sector professionals, fostering the reflection and analysis of successful experiences of communication and connection with audiences.

 

WHY:

In a context marked by diverse and complex challenges for communication, we propose to reflect on who are the contemporary prescribers and how one achieves to identify, conquer and engage the public in today’s landscape.

We will present projects, organizations, groups and/or individuals who connect with their audiences through innovative strategies.

 

HOW:  

We will attend 3 presentations by experts, illustrating various experiences in communication and uptake of audiences, by their authors or witnesses, and 10 case-studies, examples of prescription and inspiration which explore positive solutions to major global challenges.
Networking: the audience and the speakers will share moments during the day, to exchange and discuss.

 

WHO:

PRESENTATIONS:

  • Cristian PALAZZI,  Playground, a news and cultural prescription media platform. He will focus on their success of audiences. 
  • Ismael NAFRIA, will talk about lhis deep analysis of the (very) successful transition of  The New York Times, the highly renowned newspaper, to the digital era. 
  • Fernando CASADO and Paula GARCÍA, founders of the project “Towards the Human City”, through their documentary movie, they analyse several cases of civic initiatives over the 5 continents – their purpose is to present the relationship of the individual with social participative society mutation.

 

CASE STUDIES:

WHEN:

Saturday 21st of October 2017, on the third day of the documental photography Festival DOCfield Barcelona. 
 

WHERE:

In the CCCB Auditorium. 
 
HOW MUCH: 
35 €  
Limited attendance.  Coffees, drinks, lunch and after work drinks on the house.
 
CONTACT:
Coordination, Hélène Lefort (Projects Area Photographic Social Vision)
Email: helene.lefort@photographicsocialvision.org   
+34 93 217 36 63

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