Open to all IBC2018 attendees, this session will explore the impact blockchain technology is having on the media and entertainment industry.
Film producer, Co-Founder and President of Entertainment of SingularDTV, a blockchain entertainment studio, Kim Jackson, will take to the stage to deliver the Convention Keynote Blockchain: Empowering Content Creators on the morning of Friday 14 September at IBC2018.
Elaborating on her address, Kim said: In the two years since we founded SingularDTV, Ive seen blockchain skyrocket into the public consciousness. We are one of the first companies to bring transparency to the entertainment industry and I am very honoured that IBC asked me to share our vision with its impressive roster of high-profile global participants. Having a head start on most other blockchain companies means we are building on our experiences of actually putting that vision into practice.
Open to all IBC2018 attendees, this free-to-attend session will explore the impact blockchain technology is having on the media and entertainment industry by bringing transparency to the way we create, manage and/or distribute entertainment content in the future. Jackson will address how blockchain can be used to manage rights/revenue automatically using smart contracts, and explore the tools and systems required to support creatives in this emerging, dynamic and empowering ecosystem. Jackson will be joined on stage by the Amsterdam-based director/producer of the sci-fi comedy Space Beers to discuss how he launched a campaign using Tokit, one of SingularDTVs blockchain apps.
Jacksons career has seen her work with Universal Pictures for Steven Spielberg on Munich, and on Spike Lees Inside Man before she founded Streetwise Pictures. Jackson co-founded SingularDTV in 2016. She produced Alex Winters feature-length documentary Trust Machine: The Story of Blockchain, which has a US theatrical release this fall.