In her talk, Theresa will explore the following areas:
How much has the streaming phenomenon by Netflix, Amazon, Apple and other changed TV?
Are we in a golden age of UK television production?
What impact may this have on our public service broadcasters in Britain such as the BBC and Channel 4?
How can Television improve representation and attract talent of the future?
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18:00 - Arrival and registration
18:30 - Lecture begins
18:30 – 18:40 - UWE Welcome and Introductions
18:40 – 19:10 - Address
19:10 – 19:45 - Q&A Session
19:45 - Networking and refreshments
This event is taking place in person.
Event Entry and Live Stream
Admission is on a first-come, first-served basis for those that have registered. Not everyone who has registered will turn up, so to ensure we have a full house, we allow more registrations than there are places. Please ensure you arrive at least 15 minutes before the start time of the lecture to avoid disappointment. If you arrive late and the lecture theatre is full, you may be able to watch the talk from the live streaming room.
Theresa Wise is Chief Executive of the Royal Television Society - Britain's leading forum for television and related media.
She has been in the position since 2013 and has led a transformation of the society to become a vibrant, contemporary organisation reflecting the industry and public which it serves. Theresa also serves on the Board of IBC where she has been Chair of RemCom.
Prior to the RTS, Theresa led Corporate Strategy EMEA for The Walt Disney Company and before that she was Partner in the Media and Entertainment Practice of Accenture.
She holds an MA in Classics from Oxford University and an MBA from London Business School.
*The event is FREE to attend*
All addresses will be recorded and we will aim to make them available as a video on YouTube one week after the lecture, subject to approval of the speaker and no technical difficulties with the recording. Podcasts from previous series can be viewed on our previous address archive.
UWE Bristol, Bristol business school, North Entrance, Frenchay Campus BS16 1QY
Wed 22 Sep 21