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Monetising Production Videos

With the accelerated rise of digital media, and as brands and individuals all become publishers, the demand for video content has been growing exponentially. Stock agencies are increasingly on the lookout for relevant, local content to support the needs of the market. How can production companies that are generating a lot of content benefit from this trend?

Join Matt Deaner for our upcoming Breakfast Briefing with Stuart Hannagan, Vice President of Editorial Imagery at Getty Images as they explore questions including:

  • What are the latest trends in producing and distributing video content?
  • What are the models for monetising existing and custom-shot video content?
  • How can Australian production companies tap into global distribution?

DATE:     Thursday, 18 September 2014

TIME:     8.00am to 9.30am (breakfast included)
VENUE:  Watts on Crown, 368 Crown St, Surry Hills

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Stuart Hannagan began his career in 1982 as a staff photographer for News Ltd and worked at various papers in Adelaide and Melbourne. In 1985 Hannagan won the prestigious World Sports Photo of the Year. From 1989-1993 Hannagan worked for the Melbourne AGE as chief sports photographer, later taking on the role of Picture Editor from 1993-1998.

In 1999 he joined Getty Images as Director of Photography for the Asia Pacific region, and in 2007 became Vice President of Editorial Imagery for Asia. Hannagan specializes in sports photography and has covered many sporting events including seven Olympic Games, Wimbledon, the World Athletics, Rugby World Cup and the Cricket World Cup in Australia. Aside from sports photography, Hannagan has also covered local, political, and international news including Pope’s tours, Australian federal elections and the Australian bushfires.

Hannagan has received top recognition for his work, winning AFL photographer of the year title 5 times; World Press Photo of the Year in 1985; Australian PGA’s Golf Picture of the year; Kodak sports Photo of the year twice; and the Adidas sports photo of the year in 1990.

Matthew Deaner is our Executive Director. Matthew sits across all aspects of Screen Producers Australia's advocacy work, industrial negotiations, events and operational issues. He also works closely with our Council to set the strategic direction of the organisation as well as identify and execute new business development opportunities.