INPUT 2015 TOKYO

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HYATT REGENCY TOKYO

2-7-2 Nishi-Shinjuku

Shinjuku-ku

Tokyo, 160-0023

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INPUT is open to media professionals who are interested in recent public service television from around the world, who like to watch and discuss provocative, courageous or ground-breaking tv and online productions. The main feature of the conference is the professional discussion which follows each screening.

The fee to attend all sessions INPUT 2015 from 11 to 14 May and for use of the Programme Library is 100 €. No reductions or day passes are available.

If you have attended as a paying delegate for a minimum of two annual INPUT Conferences in the previous three years you qualify as Member of the INPUT International Assembly which will meet during INPUT 2015 to elect Members to the International Board of INPUT. If you qualify as Member of the INPUT International Assembly you will receive additional information in April 2015.

INPUT is a global, non-governmental and non-political network for professionals and supporters of television and online media in the public interest.

If you wish your name to be published in the INPUT 2015 Delegate List, please register before 26 April 2015.

We are looking forward to welcoming you in Tokyo for INPUT 2015!

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HYATT REGENCY TOKYO

2-7-2 Nishi-Shinjuku

Shinjuku-ku

Tokyo, 160-0023

Japan

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storytelling in the public interest

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