INPUT TO BRING INNOVATIVE WORLD LEADERS IN PUBLIC TELEVISION TO CALGARY
May 9, 2016
There’s a puppet talk show from Japan, a Danish P.O.V. documentary about a 500-pound-plus chronic overeater and an Estonian reality series about disabled youth in a metal band.
There will even be an international panel dedicated to attracting younger viewers that has been not-so-subtly named “Don’t You F—ing Bore Me.”
It’s all part of the creative, irreverent, groundbreaking and occasionally strange world of public television from around the globe that will be on display over four days in Calgary starting Sunday at the International Public Television Conference (INPUT).
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