MyContent to hold 8th edition

Middle East premier content market serving as a showcase for new products and ideas
The event will take place at the Dubai International Convention & Exhibition Centre.
The event will take place at the Dubai International Convention & Exhibition Centre.

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MyContent, the international entertainment content and media marketplace in the MENA region, will hold its 8th edition from 29 – 30 October 2017, at the Dubai International Convention & Exhibition Centre.

The 2 day event will showcase products like TV & film, animation, comics, digital media, kids programmes, content technologies, content studio, producers and distributors, music, broadcast media in the musical instruments industry.

Companies can register before 1 July, 2017 with unlimited number of representatives. Registered companies can participate in one of MyContent’s workshops - Setting the Steps for Future Content Development by In5 Media, Tecom Group’s integrated innovation platform and Content Creation Community by twofour54, the Abu Dhabi’s media zone.

Launched in 2010, MyContent is an annual B2B television and content gathering of top executives representing TV channels, Pay-TV operators, distributors, dubbing companies, mobile operators, airlines & inflight entertainment groups and mass media.

With more than 1200 participants in 2016, from over 50 countries, MyContent welcomed TV executives representing independent content producers and distributors, public and private broadcasters, broadband and mobile content distribution platforms, for the development of a sustainable digital television ecosystem.

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