A Digital Seminar on Technology and the Creative Industries to be held at the Ironwork on the 29th of September.

Neil Cartwright recently gave the Keynote presentation at the GoNorth Festival
Neil Cartwright recently gave the Keynote presentation at the GoNorth Festival
Technology and the creative industries are now so interlinked it’s almost impossible to think how they worked before. In the last 15 years music has undergone a huge transformation due to new gadgets and software, from the recording, mixing and production through to the distribution, retailing and listening.

In film and TV, the rise of platforms like YouTube and Netflix are changing the way we consume and produce visual media. And the same, rapid, ever-increasing changes are happening in books, games and radio too. How do you keep up? What, in fact, do you need to keep up with, given all the choices? In this session we take a look at the extraordinary changes happening within the creative industries due to technology and give some insight and predictions for the future.

Neil Cartwright is the former Head of New Media at Sony Music UK and founder and current MD of leading digital marketing agency, Million Media. Million’s current/ previous list of clients include Jamiroquai, Channel4, O2 and The Prodigy.

A regular speaker at leading international trade events, Neil has also won a string if wards including a New Media Age Effectiveness Award, three Creative Art and Design Awards (CADS) and two Online Music Awards (OMA). He was also named in The Observer’s ‘Courvoisier Future 500’ as one of 500 people who will help shape the future of the UK.

The event event will be held on Monday 29th September 2014 at the Ironworks 6.30pm-8pm.The event is free to attend, however, we request that you register by emailing Alex Smith via alexsmith@gonorthfestival.co.uk.

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