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DT:TV Case Studies

The Ludus Dance Story (AmbITion case study 2009)

Case study: With their digital development and with Ludas Dance’s awareness and a judicious use of technology has not only added to Ludus’s creative impact, streamlined Ludus’s operations, improved the visibility of its activity, helped with its marketing and given new opportunities to new sections of the audience, it has changed the organisation, perhaps permanently.

Pilot Theatre (AmbITion case study 2007)

Case study: Pilot theatre: developing relationships with audiences through digital media. This case study looks at how Pilot Theatre’s use of new media channels in development, production and marketing of its live performances helps the organisation to attract and engage young theatre-goers. In particular, this study focuses on Pilot Theatre’s regular video podcasts and the use of various digital platforms to create / promote their new work, Looking for JJ…

Philharmonia (AmbITion case study 2007)

Case study: Philharmonia: Sound Exchange – engaging audiences digitally through two-way forums. The Philharmonia is pioneering a system of two-way communication between members of its orchestra and its audience, providing a universally accessible interface and a valuable educational resource….

National Gallery (AmbITion case study 2007)

Case study: The National Gallery: podcasts. This case study looks at how the National Gallery has worked in new ways to create podcasts and how podcasting has helped the gallery to reach out to a wider audience….

Hay Festival (AmbITion case study 2007)

Case study: Hay Festival: Digital archive, podcasting. Using digital technology, Hay Festival has unlocked its archive and facilitated public accessibility through broadcasting podcasts of its talks and performances, including both current and historical recordings….