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Digital Storytelling and Cracking the Youth Code

At Scripted, delegates will be treated to inspirational and timely content presented in a variety of formats ranging from structured networking with the industry’s top networks, agents and distributors as ...
September 28, 2016

At Scripted, delegates will be treated to inspirational and timely content presented in a variety of formats ranging from structured networking with the industry’s top networks, agents and distributors as well as keynotes, case studies and panel discussions, including Digital Storytelling and Cracking the Youth Code.

As the lines continue to blur, it’s increasingly apparent that content is king, no matter where it comes from. Youth audiences are highly-connected and understanding stories they are passionate about, and how to deliver it to them, will lead the way in cracking through the clutter. From knowing your audience, to finding the right platform, and developing your social campaign, what do you need to know about digital storytelling and how to format your content in a way that grabs millennial and Gen Z viewers?

The agenda is in development with the input of our advisory board, but you can already see how the program is shaping up and some of our confirmed keynote sessions which include mega-producer Greg Berlanti; creators of The Good Wife and BrainDead, Robert and Michelle King; and FX Networks’ president of original programming, Eric Schrier as well as case studies on drama hits including The Americans and The Night Manager.

Scripted takes place November 17-18, 2016 at the Park Central Hotel in New York City.

Register online or email Maggie Wilkins at jpinto@brunico.com to secure your spot.

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