The tenth-anniversary KYIV MEDIA WEEK, which took place in 2020, was held online due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Numerous live events (panel discussions, presentations, meetings) were held within 2 days; 6 internationally influential think tanks have prepared and presented their researches and reviews of media markets from Asia to Latin America exclusively for the media forum. The event brought together 36 representatives of the most famous international media companies from 23 countries and almost 3,000 viewers from 52 countries registered to watch the broadcast.
KYIV MEDIA WEEK 2019
In 2019, the ninth international media forum KYIV MEDIA WEEK brought together the key players of the media business and representatives of the audiovisual industry in Kyiv. In just 4 days, 935 guests from 38 countries visited almost fifty specialized events and the audiovisual content market, which took place within the forum.
KYIV MEDIA WEEK 2018
More than a hundred speakers from all over the world performed at 44 profile events in 5 days of the forum. Almost 900 representatives from 39 countries attended the event. The KMW 2018 program included three major thematic lines: series, cinematic, and celebrity – that included a series of events from world-renowned speakers.
KYIV MEDIA WEEK 2017
In addition to many annual events, KMW 2017 included new interesting activities related to the most pressing issues of the international and local media business. Also, for the first time, animation, international co-production, and peculiarities of work with international organizations, foundations, and pitching platforms attracted particular attention at the forum. The events also focused on innovative technical solutions in the field of AR and VR.
KYIV MEDIA WEEK 2016
The KMW 2016 concept thematically combined annual conferences and exclusive side events: roundtables, special screenings, and presentations by world-class media experts. Events of the forum focused on cross-platform and convergence of different media. Several special events were also devoted to cooperation with South Korea, which has developed a dynamic media industry and keeps demonstrating excellent success in all areas of the media business.
KYIV MEDIA WEEK 2015
At the fifth-anniversary international media forum, usual events and several special activities on the most pressing topics and the most complex issues of the region's media industry took place. The KMW 2015 program also included a newly created (in partnership with Small World IFT (USA) and MIPCOM (France)) annual contest of ideas SMALL WORLD. BIG IDEAS and the FORMAT SHOW – entertainment format competition.
KYIV MEDIA WEEK 2014
The fourth KYIV MEDIA WEEK was held under the slogan Make Content Not War. The forum included conferences and round tables on the state and prospects of media business development in times of change and instability. In addition, at the KYIV CoProduction Meetings (TV co-production forum), the organizers focused on expanding the international co-production of television content as one of the trends in the global TV industry.
KYIV MEDIA WEEK 2013
KMW 2013 brought together more than 1,300 media business professionals and media representatives from 35 countries. The media forum significantly complemented the program: several new industry events, including KYIV CoProduction Meetings, joined the traditional conferences and the content market. The geography of the Forum has significantly expanded: companies from Australia, Canada, and Japan have joined for the first time.
KYIV MEDIA WEEK 2012
The program of the KMW 2012 media week included 4 professional conferences, an international content market, and several special events, each of which addressed current issues in the field of the media business. More than a thousand people – representatives of 400 media companies from the CIS, Europe, Asia, Africa, and America attended the forum.
KYIV MEDIA WEEK 2011
The first KYIV MEDIA WEEK became an unprecedented project for the television, production, and media industry of Ukraine. More than 600 participants from Europe, North America, and Asia attended the event. The numerous events for professionals in television, film, new media, and related industries allowed colleagues to meet, communicate, conclude mutually beneficial contracts and navigate the current trends in the global media business.