Jan 31, 2012

In order to preserve the cross-sectoral platform for dialogue and balanced international representation unique to TGS, organizers are now becoming increasingly selective with the 10 additional spots.  While TGS organizers are still considering all applicants, preference will be given to those representing film & tv, digital video, gaming, and information technology.

TGS's 150 coveted spaces have been taken up by some of the world’s leading creative industry leaders, thinkers, creators and entrepreneurs.  In 2012, participants will have the opportunity to have frank discussions with some of the biggest and most leading outfits such as Beggars Group, Microsoft, Nokia, Live Nation, Sony, WIPO, PacketVideo, Sonos, Rdio, Slacker, and more.  For more participating companies, please click here.

TGS's intimate roundtable format will also provide exclusive opportunities to intimately engage – for 3 days – with key leaders and thinkers that are inspirational figures on stage, such as Bill Buxton, Principal Researcher at Microsoft Research and renowned author of Sketching User ExperiencesMichael Enright, Host of "The Sunday Edition" on CBC Radio One; and Angel Gambino, WIRED Top 100 Entrepreneur, whose latest project is Rosa Parks, a new incubator invigorating the creative industries of Detroit.  For more on-stage presenters,please click here.

TGS will elegantly engage all participants in specialized B2B discussions based on specific topics curated by TGS's network of experts, such as metadata, digital video, screen-based entertainment, and more.  For full descriptions on our B2B programme and our supporting partners, please click here.

For more information on TGS, including Transmission Innovation Camp, transmitLIVE evening programme, conference programme and current registration rates, please visit:

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TGS has received support from the following partners to date: