Video needs to be accessible too, and both the technology and the legal environment is evolving. Accessible media is already available online at some major media sites and the work done by providers can inform work that others will need to undertake. This panel will help attendees understand what is required and how tooling for developers can help, and share information about challenges encountered and strategies employed by major video content providers in order to integrate the production processes for broadcast and online video delivery.
How do a group of friends go from sitting down for a meal together to creating an EPIC MEAL TIME together?
The first ever Epic Meal Time video involved the creation (and subsequent demolition) of a "fast-food pizza" and received 100,000 views. The second, Angry French Canadian: The Greasiest Sandwich in Canada, saw views increase exponentially to 500,000. Epic Meal Time episodes have garnered 15 millions total views - 2 million per episode - and have appeared at Comic Con, on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, joined leading Independent Television Network Revision3 and are continuously increasing both their audience and footprint.
What are the key factors to their initial success and continued expansion throughout the digital and entertainment sphere? What's the process of putting together an Epic Meal Time video from concept to execution? Join the Epic Meal Time team in a discussion of how an online YouTube cooking show has succeeded in a crowded space at a level where many have not.
An intimate look into the corruption, lies and deceit that transformed a website started by a video of a foul-mouthed little girl into the largest most powerful media company the world has ever seen! With a special guest moderator, Funny Or Die executives will discuss how over the past 5 years the company transformed into a new model media company, where they are going, upcoming projects, and how comedy pretty much rules the world…and everything else.
9th–13th March 2012