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How to sell your multi-platform content globally uncover the cash you never knew you had!

This event is for TV and creative media professionals who would like to learn how to exploit their IP.

With new distribution platforms for digital/television content emerging, TV professionals have now more opportunities to sell their content than ever before – but they need to know how much it's worth and develop an effective strategy for the management of their IP.
During the workshop, you will have the unique opportunity to work with legal experts on an IP management strategy for your project and to identify possible income streams you never knew where possible.
Interested members can book this event at a discounted price via the Own-it website or apply for a bursary to cover the event entrance fee via Media-Sauce. Please visit the Own-it North website for more details.


Amy Chandler | talks | www
Andrew Sparrow | talks | www


Date and Time:

17 February 2009 at 9:30 am


Full Day



Manchester Digital Development Agency
Lower Ground Floor, 117-119 Portland Street
M1 6ED

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