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ABU-RAI Digital Innovation Days

TOWARDS A NEW ERA OF COLLABORATION:Fostering creativity and innovation in broadcasting

Venice, Italy, 28-29 March 2019

As an ABU Associate Member, RAI, the Italian Public Service Broadcaster, has the honour to invite you to the 2nd edition of the Forum ABU/RAI Days TOWARDS A NEW ERA OF COLLABORATION: Fostering creativity and innovation in broadcastingto be held in Venice on 28 - 29 March 2019.


The Conference will give the participants from around the world the opportunity to explore different pathways to move towards a new era of collaboration. Interactions between public service media, commercial actors and new online platforms has evolved throughout the years bringing both opportunities and challenges. In this multifaceted landscape, it is important for broadcasters to think outside the box and explore different solutions to ensure a bright future for quality media content. Thus, to thrive in this global and digitally convergent landscape, international coproduction, cross-industry collaboration and cooperation in technological innovation are pivotal. The goal of this event is to share best practices examples developed by broadcasters from around the world in order to learn about new ways of content production, successful formats of international coproduction and innovative experiments on new format that allow the audiences access to content anywhere and anytime.


Please note that some participants must obtain the Italian VISA before travelling, and that no VISA on arrival can be obtained, therefore, considering that it may take up to 90 days, please consult the list of the countries whose nationals must be in possession of VISAS before travelling to Italy:


A VISA invitation letter will be issued by RAI upon request.


Please register using the button below. As the number of participants is strictly limited, we encourage you to register early.

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All delegates attending the ABU RAI DAYS in Venice must bring with them their passport and invitation letter to access the Conference Room. This is a security requirement as Palazzo Labia (the venue) is an historical building and part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site. Delegates without documents will not be allowed to enter.