Input 2102 Comes to Sydney

All Ozdox subscribers are strongly encouraged to attend a special event – INPUT SYDNEY.

INPUT SYDNEY  2012 is being held on May 7-11 at the Entertainment Quarter in Sydney.  It is the major international conference for public television networks and producers and Australia is hosting it for the very first time.

Broadcasters, commissioners, producers and directors from 50 countries across Asia, Europe, USA, Canada and South America will be there as ninety hours of innovative and provocative international programming is screened over 4 days.  Excellent documentary and factual work will be shown alongside programs in all the other public service TV genres.

As well as screenings, INPUT includes forums after each session about what makes valuable, entertaining and thought-provoking public service television.  These discussions will feature the key makers from each program and all attendees are welcome to participate and drop in and out of sessions as they wish.

The Conference will kick off at mid-day Monday, May 7 with a bonus industry day – regional broadcasters discussing opportunities in their territories, and on Tuesday May 8, the screenings proper begin.

No matter how busy I am, I find time to attend all the Input screening-discussions I can. I see programs from all over the world which reflect innovation, engagement and imaginative filmmaking. I discover that broadcasters can be bold. I join intelligent debate about substantive issues and basically have a great time – plus it’s affordable too!

Martha Ansara, filmmaker/author.


Price is a flat fee of $127 for the entire 5 days of the event.

Ozdox is organising a workshop directly after INPUT with one of the overseas speakers. Details will be released soon.  Please keep tuned to

Don’t miss this incredible opportunity!