2012 marks the 15th year of realscreen‘s existence and, as one would expect, the evolution of the brand has mirrored that of the non-fiction industry. In 1997, realscreen touted itself as the source for info “about the business of docs, infomags and lifestyle programming.” My, how times have changed.
Registration is now open for the 14th edition of the Realscreen Summit in Washington, D.C., taking place from January 29 to February 1, 2012, and if you register by September 9 you will save $500 off the full conference rate! The Realscreen Summit is dedicated to the development of business and creative opportunities for those in non-fiction and factual programming and content creation, and is widely regarded as the world’s preeminent non-fiction conference. Networking opportunities, insightful panels featuring the brightest minds in the business, stellar keynotes and great parties are staples of the event and are all included in the basic registration.
As I write this, the realscreen team is putting the finishing touches on the program for the Factual Entertainment Forum.
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