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Extract

This version of the Outside the Box Dossier was prepared in October 2009, and contains an overview of the matrix and drivers as tools for driving the research process, and two appendices (both of which are featured on this site)  – a collection of “A day in the life of … 2018″ stories, and a compilation of interview summaries organised …(continue reading)


Attendance

Present: Ben Goldsmith, Annmarie Chandler, Ross Gibson, Hugh Pattinson, Philip Bell.

Dossier and Workshops

The dossier is revised and ready. Annmarie will start to schedule the pilot workshops with industry.
Andy has agreed to write an executive letter that will accompany the distribution of the dossiers.

CPRF Conference

A proposal for a panel session has bee lodged (see proposal …(continue reading)


Attendence

Present: Hugh Patinson, Philip Bell, Carolyn McKay, Annmarie Chandler, Ben Goldsmith (via Skype), Ross Gibson

Revisions to Dossier

Philip reported on the revisions to the dossier and fixes to the drivers.
He has revised the “where we are now” sections. He will start to remove redundant material.
Agreed to revise the appendix to include the interview compilations and the …(continue reading)


Attendance

Present: Hugh Pattinson, Philip Bell, Carolyn McKay, Annmarie Chandler, Ben Goldsmith (via Skype),
Apologies: Ross Gibson
Next meeting: 10.00am this Friday 17th April at the Sydney College of the Arts.

Revisions to Dossier (Philip and Carolyn)

Carolyn has repaginated the dossier.
Carolyn and Philip will meet next Wednesday the 15th to continue the work.
We read through the work Philip …(continue reading)


Attendance

Present: Ross Gibson, Philip Bell, Carolyn McKay, Annmarie Chandler, Ben Goldsmith (via Skype),
Apologies: Hugh Pattinson

Revisions to Matrix

Each member of the group discussed their revisions to the drivers.
It was noted in the discussion that Hugh was currently unavailable for this discussion of the technology driver and we would still need to do this with him.
The …(continue reading)


Present: Ross Gibson, Andy Lloyd James, Philip Bell, Hugh Pattinson, Carolyn McKay, Annmarie Chandler, Ben Goldsmith (via shaky Skype)

Revisions to Matrix

There was general agreement with the thrust to the revisions to the Matrix so far.
This will proceed with a review of the quadrants and matrices for the 6 key drivers, as well as the overview matrix.

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    Forum held Thursday, 27 November 2008 at SCA, Sydney University, Callan Park.

    Participants

    • Lesley Osborne, ACMA (LO)
    • Christian Bernecker (CB)
    • David Court (DC)
    • Michael Frankel MF)
    • Ian Gardiner (IG)
    • Malcolm Smith (MS)
    • Beth Fair (BF)
    • Rafael Pustkowski (RP)
    • Tania Chambers, NSWFTO (TC)
    • Guy Gadney, PBL Digital (GG)
    • Ross Gibson, Research Leader (UTS)(CI)(RG)
    • Philip Bell,  Research Leader (UNSW (CI)(PB)
    • Andy Lloyd James,  Partner

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    Present: Carolyn McKay, Ross Gibson, Hugh Pattinson, Ben Goldsmith (via Skype), Philip Bell, Andy Lloyd James, Annmarie Chandler

    Budget

    Ross reported that the budget is in good shape but is still bound up in slow motion by respective research offices, and has not been transferred from UTS.

    ARC Report

    Ross reported that the most significant reporting season for the OTB …(continue reading)


    PARTICIPATION here and in matrices relating to each of the key drivers is the extent to which someone watching television content can do more than just watch it: Participation could also be the extent to which viewsers allow information to be collected about them for interactive advertising or content suggestions.
    Participation is about the extent to which people participate in …(continue reading)


    What will influence the look of TV in 2018?
    I took Andy’s suggestion and have done two matrices, one with the participants’ issues as I saw them, and my own.

    According to the Participants

    Trends – Most certain, less important

    • Enhanced and multi-platform content
    • Household change
    • ‘Private space with media’
    • Ageing population
    • Copyright and licensing
    • Changing forms of local

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