Kochen im Fernsehen: Lust auf Neues

Friday, October 1, 08:00 hrs

in co-operation with Eyeworks Entertainment GmbH and the WDR

If master-, hobby- or celebrity chef, in German television they chop more than ever. Even in the feuilletons one will find an ongoing discussion on ,Friying Terror’.  However, this year’s Cologne Conference Lectures illustrate, that this genre still exists – particularly due to the fact, that it has the ability to invent itself continuously new. At the Museum of Applied Art celebrity chefs will debate on new potentials for innovative cookery shows. National and international experts explore the current market development and marketing opportunities. Following the lecture, a petite Luncheon is offered.

Host:  Torsten Zarges, Correspondent, kressreport, Cologne

10.00-10.15 hrs, Opening

10.15-11.00 hrs, Keynote
Television à la carte. The history of TV Cooking Shows in Germany
Mirko Derpmann, Creative Director, Scholz&Friends, Berlin

11.00-11.45 hrs, Keynote
Appetite for TV Cookery Shows.  An international Overview
Nick Thorogood, Managing Director, Food Network UK, London

11.45-12.00 hrs, break

12.00-13.00 hrs, Panel
Appetite for Something New. The Future of TV Cooking Shows
Discussed by Chefs, Producers and Broadcasting Executives

12.00-13.00 hrs, Panel
Appetite for something new. On the future of TV Cooking Shows
Matthias Kremin, Head of Culture and Science,
WDR German Television, Cologne
Wolfgang Otto, CEO, Otto Gourmet, Heinsberg
Frank Rosin, Star Chef, Restaurant Rosin, Dorsten
Panagiotis Trakaliaridis, Strategic Program Development, ZDF, Mainz
Peter Werse, Head of Television, Executive Producer,
Eyeworks Entertainment GmbH, Cologne

13.00 hrs, Luncheon