It’s easy to see why this seminar won the vote to be live-streamed from Cannes Lions. YouTube explains how to create compelling content for its platform, with examples from Vice Media and DreamWorks Animation.
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Not everyone was lucky enough to make it to La Croisette this week, but for those who are enviously monitoring colleagues’ tweets from Cannes, Microsoft’s Skype has come up with a solution. The company created a live Skype connection from the Palais des Festivals, so anyone can tune in and get a glimpse of Cannes. Check it out here or follow the conversation on Twitter with the hashtag #HoleInTheWorld.
At Campaign, we are loving the new dronie trend and can’t get enough of the latest videos from the @Dronie Twitter account.
If you haven’t seen these short videos yet – taken with a camera on a remote controlled drone, which flies into the air away from the subjects, so that the angle widens out – check out our favourites from Cannes so far.
They’ll be chatting nanotechnology, biotechnology and extended consciousness.
Don’t miss the live stream:
Facebook’s vice president, global marketing solutions, shares her top seminar picks for this year in the official Cannes app, created by PHD.
Following up on its video for Cannes Virgins, Fleishman Hillard today offers its top 10 tips for doing the festival the right way. The list includes tips for everything from filling one’s stomach to nourishing one’s creative soul. It even advises getting outside of the festival for a while (as if there’s actually a world outside the festival!).
Ever wonder what music is on WPP CEO Martin Sorrell’s playlist? Answer: Chet Baker’s “My Funny Valentine.”
Sheryl Sandberg, meanwhile, prefers something a little more hip: The Lumineers’ “Ho Hey.”
Spotify is asking Cannes attendees to share the songs that inspire them. You can add your own pick here and get a personalized playlist based on your shared track.
In a special TED session planned for 10am tomorrow (17 June), musician Imogen Heap will join Beau Lotto, professor of neuroscience at University College London, to explore the key to effective communication and building lasting connections.
The zeitgeist has always been unpredictable – until now.
Buzzfeed’s co-founder Jonah Peretti delves into how brands can identify the moment, create content, optimise their efforts and invest for success in the new digital ecosystem.
There’s just one hour to go until the hotly-anticipated Mindshare and Buzzfeed talk on how brands can successfully ride the zeitgeist.
Don’t miss the live stream, coming soon.