The Impact of Digitalization on Global Screen Industries—NECS 2017 Pre-Conference

Paris, France, 28. June 2017.

For the first time, the NECS Screen Industries Work Group will be hosting a pre-conference.
You are all therefore invited to the following event. Full programme with abstracts is attached.

The Impact of Digitalization on Global Screen Industries
NECS Pre-Conference, 2017

Sponsored by the NECS Screen Industries Work Group
Organizers: Nolwenn Mingant, Petr Szczepanik, Paul McDonald

Université Paris 7, Salle Pierre Albouy, Grands moulins, C building, 6th floor

13.30 -17.30hrs Wednesday 28 June 2017

13.30: Introduction

13.45-15.30: Panel I: Digital Distribution and Screen Media Industries, Change or Continuity?
Chair: Paul McDonald (King's College London)

Studio System 2.0: The Digital Major in the Age of Netflix - Jaap Verheul (New York University, US)

Digital Disruption or Continuity: What is the Role for Online 'DVD Extras'? - Philip Drake (Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh, UK)

Digital Distribution and Classical Exhibition: ‘Event Cinema’ as a Case Study of Continuity and Change - Su-Anne Yeo (Goldsmith, University of London, UK)

On ‘Platforms’ - Patrick Vonderau (Stockholm University, Sweden)

15.30-16.00: Coffee break

16.00-17.30: Panel II: Digital Single Market, the Impact of the European Commission’ Strategy on Business Models and Practices.
Chair: Petr Szczepanik (Charles University, Czech Republic)

Rethinking Market Boundaries in Digital Distribution - Ramon Lobato (RMIT University, Australia)

The European Digital Video Market and the Role of Agent Aggregators - Stefano Baschiera (Queen’s University Belfast), Francesco Di Chiara (eCampus University) and Valentina Re (Link Campus University)

Geo-blocking as the Protection of Author´s Rights and Cultural Diversity, or, as an Outdated Business Model? - Pavel Zahrádka (Palacký University, Czech Republic)

Funding Online Distribution of World Cinema - Ana Vinuela (Paris-Diderot University, France)