Where: The JP Morgan Media Centre, Lord’s cricket ground*
When: 09:00-12:30, 22 May 2019
Where: JP Morgan Media Centre, Lord’s Cricket Ground, London
The workshop will be run in conjunction with Albert. Albert is a collaborative BAFTA, indie and broadcaster-backed project that provides the film and TV industries with the necessary expertise and opportunities to take action on environmental sustainability.
The workshop will provide sports TV professionals with a basic understanding of climate change and its relevance for the TV industry. The bespoke session will start with a brief re-cap of climate science before exploring the policy frameworks and business and industry trends that sports television professionals need to be aware of, as well as the growing response from across the sport sector. The workshop will then move on to interrogate the impact of sports production and broadcasting before introducing sustainability solutions that can be implemented right away.**
Jeremy Mathieu was a producer for ESPN in London for nearly 10 years. With an MSc in Sustainability and Responsibility from Ashridge Business School, for the last five years Jeremy been working as a sustainability trainer and consultant across the TV and Sport sectors. He splits his time between a staff role at the BBC and a range of freelance clients, including Sky Sports, IOC and BAFTA.
Number of delegates: 50 – By invitation only
*Please collect your badges from the registration desk inside the Nursery Pavillion
** On completion of the workshop, delegates are very welcome to attend the rest of the SportTech event.