Thinkbox offers free TV Technology workshop to agencies

LONDON - Thinkbox has added a TV Technology workshop, aimed at agencies and marketers, to its free training programme that will examine the technology currently available to advertisers, and offer advice on how to use it effectively.

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Topics discussed will include online TV, digital television recorders, HDTV, red and green-button interactivity, on-demand advertising formats, 3DTV and TV advertising campaigns of the future.

The first TV Technology workshop, which will run in addition to its Introduction to Television workshop, will be held on 29 October at the Thinkbox offices.

To secure a place at the workshop, individuals should fill in the form at Thinkbox.tv. Anyone is welcome to register, but as places are limited, those working in UK advertising and media agencies will get priority.

 

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