This week television experts from Canada, Denmark, Finland, Germany, Ghana, India, Japan, Sweden, Switzerland and the United States of America convene at the INPUT Secretariat in Berlin.... more
First step to INPUT 2019 in Bangkok
INPUT 2019 Bangkok conference venue and headquarter
The Royal Orchid Sheraton Hotel & Towers... more
INPUT 2019 Bangkok
Join us at INPUT 2019 in Bangkok on 6 - 10 May 2019... more
INPUT 2018 Closing Session
TODAY 14:00 Closing Session
Bye bye Brooklyn - Hello Bangkok!
**TODAY** INPUT 2018 Midweek Party
In addition to the INPUT 2018 sessions presenting programmes and professional debates, there is a great networking occasion at INPUT 2018 you should not miss: SUNSET OVER THE STATUE OF LIBERTY - Drinks, Dinner, Dancing, Music & Fun featuring Atomic funk project.... more
Opening Session 2018: Getting Started - A Pledge for Public Service Media
Public service television is currently facing a great challenge all over the world. It is no longer a question of program critique or quality but a question of existence.... more
Thirteenth session announcement for Brooklyn Conference!
No piece of modern consumer technology has been adopted as rapidly by as many people as
the smart phone. Handheld devices - with their vertical-oriented screens and thousands of apps -
have fundamentally changed the way we communicate, produce and consume media.
Twelfth session announcement for Brooklyn Conference!
Every broadcaster is preoccupied with the notion of age. How can we reach a young audience
without alienating our fanbase, the old people?
Eleventh session announcement for Brooklyn Conference!
Craft and the concept of ‘home’ informs these unique programs with everything from stop motion animation to observational vérité. Each filmmaker has a found fresh way of using traditional techniques to make their storytelling powerful. Some charming, others political,
and all with layers and challenges.
Tenth session announcement for Brooklyn Conference!
Thanks to the #metoo and Time’s Up movements we are reminded once again of the danger of
being silenced and made invisible. And obviously the fight cannot stop with successful hashtags.
Ninth session announcement for Brooklyn Conference!
Forget the late-night talk shows and check out four totally different formats to engage audiences in political stories.... more
Eighth session announcement for Brooklyn Conference!
Around the world, topics that were once taboo are now becoming part of the mainstream conversation. Thanks in part to the #metoo movement, people are talking about sexual harassment and sexual assault more openly than ever before. But there are still plenty of subjects - like illness, misogyny and race - that people struggle to talk about in public.... more
Seventh session announcement for Brooklyn Conference!
Public service broadcasters are in a Catch-22 situation when using third-party platforms. This session looks at the upsides and downsides of ‘sleeping with the enemy’.... more
Sixth session announcement for Brooklyn Conference!
One of the most essential, but not very sexy tasks of public service broadcasters is to initiate public debate. How do you bring up difficult and sensitive topics in the right way? What will cause the nation to, indeed, discuss these topics? Or is it just simply ‘luck’ if it does happen?... more
Fifth session announcement for Brooklyn Conference!
In some countries LGBT stories are still an utter taboo. In other countries LGBT programs have been present on public service broadcasting networks for a long time and audiences might feel they have seen it all.... more
Fourth session announcement for Brooklyn Conference!
Stories of war often focus on the fighters, the battles, the generals and their strategies. How often have we seen the story of war told through accounts of victory and loss, survival and death on the battlefield?... more
Third session announcement for Brooklyn Conference!
Public service media are given the role of the safe heaven when it comes to children’s programming. In many parts of the world we are the only source of educational content.... more
Second session announcement for Brooklyn Conference!
PSB archives are national treasures: they contain pieces of a nation’s history, evidence what really happened, and iconic images that form our collective memory.... more
First session announcement for Brooklyn Conference!
INPUT 2018 will be composed of 26 sessions, covering a broad spectrum of topics that concern public service broadcasters and program makers around the world: from political programming, recipes for how to treat difficult topics, reality drama, visual storytelling.... more
INPUT 2018 Moderators say hello!
Submission is open!
The submission for INPUT 2018 Brooklyn is open.... more
INPUT 2017 Review: Diving into the «Coral Reef» of Public Broadcasters
Konstantinos Karikis, our colleague from the Greek Broadcasting Corporation - ERT wrote a review of this years’ conference:... more
INPUT 2017 in Thessaloniki - 4 days packed with the screenings of inspiring programmes, lively debates, and cross-cultural encounters.
Get a glimpse at the conference programme!
Thessaloniki is getting ready for INPUT 2017
The International Board has convened in the Greek City of Thessaloniki and met with the local organising and hosting team.... more
The next INPUT will take place in Thessaloniki, Greece from 7 - 11 May!
In this series of news articles we will be introducing different locations of the historical and multicultural host city Thessaloniki - all in the spirit of the international conference.... more
Organize a Mini-INPUT or Best of INPUT in your country!
Mini-INPUTs focus on the edition in the same year, and take place after the INPUT Conference which is held each year in May!... more
Yahooo! – INPUT Calgary 2016
Some delegates saw grey geese, others saw grizzly bears - all of them saw cowboy hats when they registered in the Telus Convention Centre, entering the spirit of INPUT Calgary.... more
Winner of the free ticket to INPUT 2016 Calgary competition!
drum rolls…... more
The Future is Now at INPUT 2016 Calgary!
Virtual Reality - The Next Best Thing or The End of Storytelling..... more
Covering Conflict in the Age of Terror:
Panel debate with CBC, BBC and PBS at INPUT 2016 on the opening day of INPUT 2016 in Calgary.... more
INPUT 2016 Calgary PARTY SESSIONS!
In addition to the 29 INPUT sessions presenting programmes and professional debates, there are two great networking occasions at INPUT 2016 Calgary: Meet your old friends and make new ones!... more
Joe Novak, Chair INPUT Calgary 2016,
Tom Cox, Co-founder and Managing Director, SEVEN24 Films And Distribution360.
How can public broadcasters go viral with a public interest message?
INPUT session on Wednesday, 11 May 2016:... more
Canadian Indigenous Showcase
Canada is a world leader in indigenous television and in 1999, APTN, the Aboriginal Peoples Television Network became the first national independent Aboriginal broadcaster worldwide.... more
International Selection Week!
A sneak peek at some highlights for INPUT 2016 in Calgary from 8 to 12 May 2016:... more
Searching for material about Sergio Borelli - one of the founding fathers of INPUT
This is a request from his daughter Caterina Borelli for finding archival footage: film, video, photos for a documentary she is making.... more
INPUT CALGARY AND ITS OFFICIAL BROADCAST PARTNER AND HOST CBC:
Jim Williamson, INPUT National Coordinator and Associate INPUT Board Member, INPUT 2016 Calgary / CBC Team says welcome to Canada:... more
WELCOME TO CALGARY!
Calgary is a vibrant cultural centre in Canada Calgary is Canada’s fastest growing city. Our diversity and prosperity create a young, vibrant culture that is taking its place on the national and international stage.... more
INPUT 2015 Tokyo in one glimpse!
Suffering from post conference blues? Here is a glimpse of some of the moments at INPUT 2015 Tokyo to get you right back in the middle of the discussion and a teaser for all of you to join us next year to INPUT 2016 Calgary!... more
Input 2016 Calgary!
Input 2016 Calgary organizers are giving away a prize worth $1000 canadian dollars - JPY 100,000 for travel to Calgary to attend Input next year!... more
Welcome to an afternoon at the Embassy of Israel in Tokyo!
May 13th 15:45-17:30 (just before the Midweek Party)... more
Goethe-Institut and INPUT – Network and Communication
Better schemes structures and programmes for television are the aim of the cooperation between Goethe-Institut and the International Public Television Screening Conference INPUT.... more
The French Institute of Japan wishes a great success for INPUT 2015 Tokyo!
The French Institute of Japan is delighted that the INPUT General Conference will be, once again, the opportunity to show the best of the production of worldwide Public Television services.... more
The Hyatt Regency Tokyo still has plenty of rooms available for 10 - 14 May 2015!
Attend the conference and sleep conveniently under the same roof:... more
Which programmes will you find at INPUT 2015 in Tokyo?
Results of the International Selection 2015 in Berlin... more
International Selection 2015 in Berlin
From 23 to 30 January 2015 television experts from Japan, South Korea, the United States, Belgium, Sweden, Denmark, Canada, Finland, Switzerland and Germany convened at the INPUT Secretariat in Berlin.... more
First lesson in Japanese
Even if you are not a linguistic genius, there is one word in Japanese that you should know and use during your stay in Tokyo: Domo!... more