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Calgary to host INPUT 2016 Screening Conference

Meetings + Conventions Calgary has announced Calgary as the host city for the International Public Television Conference (INPUT), occurring May 8-12, 2016. Over 700 producers, directors, writers and content creators from around the world will gather in Calgary.

Welcoming INPUT back to Canada for the first time in 16 years, the Calgary conference is expected to draw strong attendance from across Canada, the United States, Europe and Asia. The local film and television industry, which has an annual production of $120 million, will set a vibrant stage to host this influential international event.

Working with the local organizing committee, the INPUT 2016 board is comprised of Albertans from the film and creative industry: Joe Novak (Chair), Bow River Productions; Luke Azevedo, Calgary Economic Development; Tom Cox, Calgary ‘Industry’/Canada Media Production Association; Stephen Schroeder, Calgary International Film Festival; Bill Evans, Alberta Media Production Industries’ Association and Tyler Shandro, Shandro & Associates.

INPUT is an affordable and unique international public television screening event that has been held in cities around the world since 1977. A global meeting point for producers, directors, writers and creators that come together to view and discuss the most innovative content being shown by public broadcasters around the world. Inspiring and innovative documentaries, dramas, webisodes, and programming that you won’t see anywhere else.

A partner of INPUT Calgary 2016, Meetings + Conventions Calgary is a partnership between the Calgary Hotel Association and the Calgary TELUS Convention Centre. It operates as a sales and marketing organization with a mandate to assist meeting planners, corporate clients and association executives interested in Calgary as a prime location for their meetings, conventions and incentive programs.

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