Drugi jezik na kojem je dostupan ovaj članak: Bosnian
The final day of the Direct Media Academy, held from May 28th to 30th, will feature a strong lineup of speakers, including the celebrated film artist Dragan Bjelogrlić.
“Is Serbia Ready for Internet Platforms” is the topic of a special interview with the popular Bjela on the stage of the Madlenianum, Belgrade, within the framework of the Festival Day of the Academy on May 30th.
The acclaimed film artist, who has shown his craft both in front and behind of camera, as well as in the turbulent producing waters, will share with the audience where Serbia stands on the world map of production and innovation in the field of film art.
Bjelogrlić will give answers to questions what our viewers are like – how demanding are they, what are they accustomed to and what they expect from new projects. What are the mandatory elements for the success of film projects in Serbia, and what is the content that is most likely to satisfy a bit restless, but still loyal regional audience? These are just some of the issues that Bjelogrlić will tackle.
The new era of communication, which is the theme of the three-day education organized by DIRECT MEDIA United Solutions, will bring lectures devised so that audience and speakers can get a bit closer to each other.
Famous marketing expert from Israel, Ravid Kuperberg from the Mindscapes agency, will hold a special workshop that will offer concrete and powerful tools for discovering patterns of innovative and creative thinking. Ravid will also be a lecturer at the Festival Day where he will talk about the concept of StoryTeching, or using technology in marketing.
Srđan Đurđević, the United Group’s R&D Director, will also be present at the Festival Day, where he will introduce the audience to the world of innovation related to the new era of television, and through concrete examples show changes in viewers’ habits.
Vladimir Vulić, co-founder of Digitalizuj.Me and the program director of Spark.me conference, will present a new model of digitally transformed company and management.
As this year celebrates 500 years since the death of a great visionary Leonard da Vinci, the theme and program of the Direct Media Academy was inspired by his principles of openness, universality and connectivity in the character he was marking.
Since this year marks 500 years since the death of a great visionary, Leonardo da Vinci, the theme and program of the Direct Media Academy were inspired by his principles of openness, universality and connectivity in the era which he marked.
With lectures and interactive workshops, attendees of the Academy will go through two modules and master specific tools and strategies for successful communication in the new world:
The “New World of Media” module answers questions about the future of television, digital, social networks, the role of data in communication.
The “New Branding – Hocus Pocus” module introduces a new concept of branding and gives participants a framework and tools for transition into innovative forms of brand strategy.
Such rich program of the DMA 2019 was carefully curated for all open-minded professionals who know that learning is a continuous process. It is precisely this philosophy that has been transmitted through the mission and vision of every Direct Media Academy since its foundation in 2012.
Sales revenue from the Direct Media Academy will once again be used for humanitarian purposes.
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