Become a Digital Producer
Whether you’re agency-based or in-house, running a start-up or trying to catch up, marketers, account managers and producers are expected to understand the wider marketing opportunities in the digital landscape. This five-day intensive will use classroom lectures and real world practical team exercises to give you the inside scoop.
Covers the general roles and responsibilities of a Digital Producer, and what we do all day that can translate to other roles
Getting creative: problem solving, innovation, strategy and abstract thinking
Project phases, team players, and the Digital Producer’s role in bringing them together: Discovery, Definition, Design, Development and Deployment, and much more
Is the Interactive/Digital Producer Intensive right for you?
Extend your digital knowledge, or change career directions – this includes film and TV producers, designers, developers, marketing and communications staff, digital project managers, account managers – anyone looking to get a grasp on the digital landscape in 2017, and beyond. This course will give you the basic knowledge in all areas of digital, giving you scope to pursue your specific interests in more in-depth courses.
Meet Your Tutors
Lynette Reeves is Executive Producer for The Project Factory in Sydney, Australia. A digital producer with over 10 years in the digital environment, with experience across multiple business sectors and…
What you will need
This course is open to anyone who has some media, project management, communications or marketing experience.
Interactive/digital Producing Offerings
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