The Canadian Media Production Association’s conference will explore the changing face of the entertainment business when it runs from March 4-6.

Scheduled speakers include author and columnist Michael Wolff on the relationship between digital and legacy media and former Screen International editor Michael Gubbins of SampoMedia on the future of feature film and digital media.

Prime Time will also release the study Content Everywhere (2): Securing Canada’s Place In The Digital Future.

Catherine Tait of Duopoly Inc led the report, a follow-up to the original 2011 paper that provides an overview of the eight common characteristics of successful digital-first content from Canada, the UK and the US. 

Other subjects under discussion include strategy for broadcasters and producers to get ahead of shifts in regulation and the marketplace, how to monetise and migrate audiences and the industry’s collective role in promoting Canada as a key player in the content market.

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