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Miki Chojnacka

Hopster

Chief Creative & Content Office

Miki Chojnacka

Miki has twenty years of experience in media and entertainment industries, starting out at MTV Networks, where she was responsible for MTV, Nickelodeon and VIVA brands, and later for all Viacom, where she oversaw successful channel launches in Africa, Russia, SEA, India and Israel. She has also been a producer and director of music videos, TV commercials and TV shows. Today she is Chief Content & Creative Officer at Hopster, the UK’s leading TV and learning app for pre-school kids.

Commissioner Conversations: VoD and OTT

06 July 2016, 3:30pm-4:30pm
Showroom Cinema 4

From iPlayer to YouTube to Netflix, and many more in between: the growth of VOD and OTT services in the past few years has been rapid, and shows no signs of stopping. Increasingly children and young people are turning to on-demand services for their entertainment – whether it’s a dedicated app or a streaming video website. This creates a wealth of opportunities for producers and IP holders, as well as the service providers themselves; but it also creates new challenges to ensure safety and quality, and to take advantage of the opportunities a bespoke digital service offers. Join commissioners from…

Speed Meetings: VoD and OTT

06 July 2016, 5:00pm-6:00pm
The Workstation (Mezzanine)

Commissioners or their representatives will be available for 5-minute one-to-one advice meetings. You can arrange to meet them by coming to Registration to book in at the start of each Speed Meeting block.  There is no advance booking – it is on a first come, first served basis. .

Under the Bonnet of Over the Top

06 July 2016, 5:10pm-6:00pm
Showroom Cinema 3

How will the proliferation of OTT services change the kids media market? Is the UK big enough to support services from Disney, the BBC, Sky, Netflix, Amazon, YouTube, Hopster and many others? Is OTT cannibalising kids TV or growing the market? Can UK OTT companies compete with the major international players?  Is it easy to win an OTT commission? What kinds of content works best on OTT? What does an OTT hit look like? Join us for the session that gets under the bonnet of kids OTT – providing a real picture of what’s happening and where the market’s going.…

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