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Content Hub 2021: Stage is set for the mega gathering of content creators

The three-day summit begins today, 11 AM onwards.

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New Delhi: The stage is set for one of the biggest gatherings of content creators from across media platforms. The fifth edition of Indiantelevision.com’s biggest initiative- Content Hub 2021- ‘TV, Film, Digital Video, and Beyond’ begins on 28 July (Wednesday), 11 AM onwards.

The three-day summit is co-presented by IN10 Media Network and ZEE5, and co-powered by Applause Entertainment and Tipping Point, the digital content unit of Viacom18 Studios. PTC Network is the supporting partner.

Centred on the theme – ‘The New Dynamic’, The Content Hub 20201 will witness insightful sessions with industry stakeholders deliberating on how the new forces are transforming the way content is created and stories are told. It will also delve upon the impact of these changes on the business models for the world of films, TV and OTT.

Day One will begin with the virtual panel discussion on ‘The challenges & opportunities before India’s content creators’, where Endemol Shine India, CEO, Abhishek Rege, Contiloe Picture Pvt Ltd, chairman-MD, Abhimanyu Singh, Emmay Entertainment, director and screenwriter, film producer Nikkhil Advani and film director, writer-producer, Siddharth P Malhotra will be in conversation with Indiantelevision.com Group, CEO and editor-in-chief Anil Wanvari.

This will be followed by a session on ‘Cinema-A new outlook’, where the industry stakeholders will discuss the changing dynamics of the cinema industry in the aftermath of the pandemic, with representatives from Lycra Productions, Cinepolis India, Zee Studios, Reliance Entertainment and Ellipsis Entertainment. Another session - ‘Television: A Twist in the Tale’ will witness insightful chat on the evolving television industry, and how the leading production houses are gearing up for the evolution. 

There will also be fireside chats with actor Boman Irani on his film-making vision, Discovery Communications India, South Asia, managing director Megha Tata on the rising surge of factual entertainment and Arrow International Media, executive producer, Stuart Pender on the art of documentary making.

The Content Hub 2021 will also bring together industry stakeholders for a session on ‘Regional Content: Storytelling at its best’. The session will have participation from Vaishnave Media Works Ltd & Arpad Cine Factory Pvt Ltd, MD and chairman, Kutty Padmini, PTC Network, MD and president, Rabindra Narayan, Guru Group, founder and CEO, Sunitha Tati and Mumbai Movie Studios, CEO, Naveen Chandra. Industry stakeholders will also deliberate upon ‘The Rise of OTT’ in one of the sessions, which will be attended by representatives from Viacom18 Digital Ventures, ZEE5 India, SonyLIV, BBC Studios India, Juggernaut Productions and Kurate Digital Consulting.

The session on ‘The Growing Relevance of Language Personalisation in OTT Advertising’ will witness invigorating discussion among brands and broadcasters on the need for language personalisation. Lenskart, brand media head, Anupam Tripathi, Myntra, vice president, and head-marketing, Achint Setia, Zee Entertainment, COO Revenue, Rajiv Bakshi, Dabur, head of media, Rajiv Dubey, Rebel Foods (formerly FAASOS), co-founder, Sagar Kocchar, and ESSENCE India, managing director, Sonali Malaviya will be in conversation with Indiantelevision.com Group, CEO and founder, Anil Wanvari.

The event will also be live-streamed on our social media handles. Join us for a series of insightful sessions starting 11 AM.

To know more, visit: https://thecontenthub.in/index.html

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