Content Canada has announced the schedule for its first Digital Summit, launching on Sept 8, 2020.
Content will publish daily throughout the month of September, featuring thought leadership roundtables, spotlight sessions, master classes, market access programs and award tributes.
Kicking off on September 8 with a virtual fireside chat with Rogers Sport & Media president, Jordan Banks, the schedule also boasts: presentation of Inaugural Impact Award to CMF’s president and CEO, Val Creighton (September 15); masterclass featuring CTV’s mega comedy hit “JANN” (September 10); exclusive conversation about premium content in the streaming age between Paul Feig and Lionsgate’s Scott Herbst (September 22); a look at the new normal producing beyond COVID presented by Incendo (September 24); explore CBC’s upcoming groundbreaking documentary series: ENSLAVED (Sept 29); a tribute to Insight Production’s 40th anniversary (September 17); showcase of the finalists of the Canadian Trade Commissioners’ first Canadian Creative Accelerator (September 18); a spotlight on production in Alberta with the Calgary Economic Development (September 9); and much more.
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“We are thrilled to announce our detailed schedule for the Digital Summit”, said Ferne Cohen, Content Canada CEO. “I’d like to thank all of our valued partners, speakers, moderators and participants for allowing us to present such meaningful and well-rounded content to our global audience. We are grateful for your support, and so excited to share your sessions as part of our Digital First initiative.”
All content will be published by Content Canada’s Digital Summit and will be available free of charge for to all registered users. To register CLICK HERE.
About Content Canada’s Digital Summit
Throughout the month of September 2020, Content Canada’s Digital Summit will publish a collection of dynamic content that puts the Canadian business in perspective, and amplifies its mission to the world. The Summit will feature a mix of digitally delivered sessions, masterclasses, screenings, podcasts, live-streamed keynote interviews and a host of related content.
For any inquiries regarding Content Canada Digital First please visit www.contentcanada.net or contact: Carrie Habert at [email protected].