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Thursday, September 03, 2015 Today, Trailer Park released a study on female representations on television. The study called Nobody’s Damsel: A Study on Modern Women on TV and the Audiences Who Watch Them highlights the traits audiences want to see in their ideal female characters, the types of female-led storylines they prefer and the impact of feminism on viewers.
Thursday, July 09, 2015 Today, Trailer Park’s Head of Integrated Strategy, D’nae Kingsley, moderated the Nobody’s Damsel: Writing for Tomorrow’s Women panel at Comic-Con International in San Diego. The panel focused on the complexities of modern female characters in the media and how aspiring writers and producers can create characters and storylines that are relatable to the current and future audiences.
Wednesday, June 24, 2015 Trailer Park’s VP of Interactive TV, Eli Weisman, spoke on a panel today during the TV of Tomorrow Show in San Francisco. The panel, Designing the ‘Appification’ of TV, discussed the challenges of creating a consistent viewing experience on apps consumers use on a variety of devices from a smartTV to a smartTV to a phone.
Wednesday, June 24, 2015 Head of Integrated Strategy, D’nae Kingsley, presented at an official session at Cannes Lions, the prestigious annual global advertising festival.
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