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Arts Marketing & Media Creatives

A group to share your work and latest discoveries. Discuss challenges and new developments with your professional network. 

 

ARTS MARKETING 

Head/Directors of Marketing Communications

Heads of press and PR

Marketing/Communications Managers

Digital Marketing Managers

Box Office Managers

Digital Marketing/Communications Officers

Marketing/Communications Assistants

Press Assistants

 

MEDIA CREATIVES 

Photographers

Filmmakers

Digital Creatives

Art Directors

Creative Directors 

Web Production 

Designers 

Social Media Gurus 

 

 

 

 

Location: UK
Members: 82
Latest Activity: Jul 24, 2019

Discussion Forum

Adapting to new Digital Ideas 1 Reply

Started by Jen Thornton. Last reply by Kelly Page Jan 5, 2012.

Arts Marketing is Dead? 6 Replies

Started by Jen Thornton. Last reply by Kelly Page Dec 13, 2011.

Print to web. Does it work? Can it work? 4 Replies

Started by Marc Heatley. Last reply by Marc Heatley Dec 8, 2011.

Jobs Adverts - Marketing / Digital / Media Creatives

Started by Matt the Hat Nov 29, 2011.

Digital Advertising 2011 / Digital solutions and use of social media 3 Replies

Started by Matt the Hat. Last reply by Matt the Hat Nov 14, 2011.

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Comment by Marc Heatley on December 6, 2011 at 23:43

Hiya - since the redesign, there seems to be no link through to this groups discussions anymore. They still exist, and I can access them by clicking through people's profiles, but we should see them listed or at least a link through to the list here on the group page.

Comment by Kelly Page on December 1, 2011 at 19:59

Catrin, I think it depends on the objective/purpose of the trailer and how they are executed (e.g., TV, YouTube). For example successful examples are those that go viral, so should be perhaps more designed with the mindset of 'viral messages' people can/want to share (emotional, funny, real, raise social issues, situated/meaningful to community trying to reach), than trailers like you'd see in the cinema or before the movie on a DVD ... Two Boys for the National Opera gained so many views/shares in such a short time period. Hope this helps discussions :-))  

Comment by Gavin Porter on December 1, 2011 at 13:16

Here is a clever website http://www.sound.philips.com/ows/ .I don't think i'd visit it twice, but I think it would be interesting to create a Robert Altman's MASH/Rashomon online story.

Comment by Catrin Rogers on November 29, 2011 at 11:56

Has anyone seen this blog post in the Guardian's Culture Professionals Network, on the merits of theatre trailers?

We'd love to know what you think - it's a debate that crops up a lot here.

Comment by Lewis Gwyther on November 24, 2011 at 14:17
That is a brilliant app (paperboy). Very interesting to see if it takes off. Seems like a great idea.
Comment by Jen Thornton on November 24, 2011 at 14:00

Just had this link sent to my inbox - introducing a Smartphone app that can interact with printed content (without needing QR codes), offering an enhanced experience, content download and share buttons so users can move something physical into the online space. Looks pretty cool. 

Comment by Matt the Hat on November 15, 2011 at 19:07
Comment by Matt the Hat on November 14, 2011 at 12:04

Only a few old discussions from me with very few comments - I would love people to start some new discussions though.

Comment by Kelly Page on November 14, 2011 at 2:49

Matt. Where did the other content go from this group? Wasn't there other posts? 

Comment by Daniel O'Gorman on July 16, 2011 at 11:06

Looking for people interested in helping to market and publicise a Concert at the St Davids Hall next Summer (July 2012)...lots of acts...dance, soloists, bands/.celebrities...A great chance to work in a Theatre venue come concert hall!

Let me know id your interested, Dan 

 

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