PARIS — Gregory Dorcel, CEO of production company Marc Dorcel, will address the delegates of the next 3D TV World Forum in London on May 17 and 18.
The conference will focus on the latest 3D developments and new marketing strategies as well as the opportunities and challenges brought by the technology.
Dorcel will explain how the adult industry is at the forefront of the 3D and how it has become a major part of his company’s content.
The executive plans to address issues such as the ways to monetize 3D, future developments, marketing and distribution.
The company said the 36 year-old Dorcel joined Marc Dorcel in 1998 to oversee the international development of the company as well as the creation of multimedia projects that included CD-Rom, the first multilingual DVD, VOD platform, a pan European TV channel, magazines including lock and pay DVD and later the first 3D SVOD platforms.
Before joining Marc Dorcel — the company his father Marc Dorcel founded in 1979 — Dorcel worked at France Television's Sales House after graduating from the ISG Business School in Paris. He became managing director of the company in 2000.
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