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Mipcom 2001 schedule

Saturday, Oct. 6

3-5 p.m. Mipcom Junior case studies “Three TV Shows, Three Success Stories: How Did They Do It?”; moderator: Pat Ferns, president-CEO, Banff Television Festival. Case study 1: “Totally Spies”; speaker: Vincent Chalvon-Demersay, managing director, Marathon Intl.; case study 2: “Cardcaptor Sakura”; speaker: Atsuya Hirooka, producer, youth & children’s programs, NHK; case study 3: “Franklin the Turtle”; speaker: Michael Hirsh, co-CEO, Nelvana. (Martinez Hotel, Galuchat Lounge II)

Sunday, Oct. 7

11 a.m.-noon Mipcom Junior session event: “Talking With … Anne Wood” (creative director, U.K.’s Ragdoll); interviewed by Torin Douglas, media correspondent, BBC News (Martinez Hotel, Galuchat Lounge II)

Monday, Oct. 8

3-4 p.m. Mipnet keynote address: “AOL Anywhere”; speaker: Robert Friedman, prexy, worldwide interactive marketing, TV, AOL (Auditorium Esterel, level 5)

5-6:30 p.m. Mipnet panel: “What About Broadband”; moderator: Erik Huggers, director, business development, Microsoft Corp., Italy (Auditorium Esterel, level 5)

Tuesday, Oct. 9

10:30 a.m.-noon Mipnet expert session: “Assessing terrestrial digital television”; moderator: Gilles Fontaine, head of media dept., IDATE (Auditorium Esterel, level 5)

4-5:30 p.m. Mipnet panel: “Interactive TV: Who Pays What?”; moderator: Ihab Makar, VP, telecom media networks, Cap Gemini Ernst & Young (Auditorium Esterel, level 5)

Wednesday, Oct. 10

10:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Mipnet case studies: “Produce for multiplatforms”; moderator: Etienne Grange, CEO, NPTV. Case study 1: producing animation for TV and Internet; speaker: Christian Davin, CEO, Alphanim; case study 2: From videogames to ITV games; speaker: Carolyn Maze, director of business development, Static2358; case study 3: About real Web TV; speaker: Alain Fortune, CTO, M6Web (Auditorium A, level 3)

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