Copenhagen TV Festival is a benchmark event in the Danish TV industry

Copenhagen TV Festival has been the annual must-go event in the Danish television industry since 2000 attracting independent producers, journalists, program planners and broadcasters. Each year Copenhagen TV Festival gathers around 1300 professionals in central Copenhagen. Making the festival a unique spot to meet all of the creative content-oriented decision-makers of the Danish industry.

The festival is a generous place to be where ideas and experiences are shared. It is a place where professionals can network with some of the best TV-professionals in the world as well as learn about trade, tendencies and new business models. in 2016 the annual TV Festival takes place on August 18th and 19th.

With a unique dedication to content, Copenhagen TV Festival is a two days event crammed full of inspiration for professionals working with television. Copenhagen TV Festival covers all genres from TV-News to TV-drama. It has an international programme presenting masterclasses, debates and interviews with some of the most interesting and innovative TV-personalities in the world. About 35 % of the programme is conducted in English.

The annual TV Festival is an important factor in keeping producers and networks up to date. The festival is a closed event entirely addressed at TV-professionals from independent production companies and the major broadcasters. The aim is to share in-depth knowledge and skills, to be better and to meet the best TV-people in the world.

Copenhagen TV Festival is organised by the Danish Producers' Association in cooperation with Danish TV broadcasters.

In January Copenhagen TV Festival also arranges the annual award show Danish TV Awards/ Tvprisen – a spectacular VIP gala show where the Danish TV-industry celebrates the best TV of the past year.

Take a look at some of the sessions from 2012 and 2013 on our YouTube Channel.

Watch more webcasts from 2010-2015 here.

If you have questions or enquiries please get in touch:

Head of Festival: Mette Sig

Festival editor: Maria Lyngsø Hougaard

Project coordinator: Susanne B. Hodges