2nd European VoD Meetings

The European VoD Meetings is the first European professional training especially conceived for the Video on Demand sector. It is organised by EuroVoD and co-funded by the Creative Europe MEDIA Programme.

The European VoD Meetings is the first European professional training especially conceived for the Video on Demand sector.

It is organised by EuroVoD and co-funded by the Creative Europe MEDIA Programme.

The goal of the training is to reinforce the competitiveness of the European VoD platforms, preserving the richness of the cultural diversity of their catalogue, through the transmission of know-how and peer-to-peer learning, by fostering the implementation of innovative projects, producing an updated and comprehensive analysis of the needs of the sector and its opportunities, and stimulating a better comprehension of the dynamics that could influence the circulation of European, arthouse and independent films in Europe as elsewhere.

The training is born from the urgency of the European VoD platforms to network and benchmark, fostering the dialogue within the chain of rights and with the service providers, feeding a knowledge economy for the benefit of all the industry and finally to the european creativity. Video on Demand is a young sector the industry based on innovation and gathering different knowledges and backgrounds in tech & film that need a constant up to date: transparency, communication, data analysis, cooperation, confrontation about the hot topics of the business, development of new projects, acquisition of technical, artistic, marketing, trading and management tools.

Some info about the 1st edition of the European VoD Meetings:


THE 2ND EDITION of the EVODM training is organised in 2 residential workshops, 4 days each of lectures, workshops, public conferences, case studies, debates, business and trading opportunities. You can apply for one workshop or for both.


  • 2-5 September 2019 / Italy, Venice (San Servolo Island) - during the Venice Film Festival & Venice Production Bridge

  • 18-21 March 2020 / Bulgaria, Sofia - during the Sofia Film Festival & Sofia Meetings


35 European and 5 Non-European executives and intermediate professionals per workshop:

  • VoD platforms (marketing, technical, editorial, trading, management departments)

  • Aggregators, distributors, producers, cinemas, festivals, authors, rights holders and other audio-visual professionals willing to work and collaborate with VoD platforms or set up new services

  • Service and technical providers working with or interested to work with VoD platforms


  • 2nd SEPT: Arrival & Opening session, Networking cocktail and dinner

  • 3rd SEPT: EUROVOD Public Conference & VoD Market Day

  • 4th SEPT: Marketing, Design Thinking, Audience Development and Technical workshops

  • 5th SEPT: Fundraising, AV Business Planning, Content licencing, Closing party

  • 6th SEPT: Departures

The full programme, with the list of the experts and speakers, will be published in the upcomong weeks.


1.050€, including: tuition fees, pedagogical tools (on-line and off-line), business facilities, 4 nights' accommodation on San Servolo island campus, full board (breakfast, lunch, dinners, cocktails), some public transports, the participation to the VoD Market Day (public conference, market and B2B meetings).


  • No accommodation on San Servolo island, where the training takes place = rebate of 390

  • Accommodation in a shared bedroom with another training participant = rebate of 100€

  • Members of our partner EAVE = rebates of 200€ 


A limited number of scholarships is available thanks to the Creative Europe MEDIA programme of the European Commission, given in priority to participants from European countries at low audiovisual production capacity. Other scholarships are accorded by EuroVoD to its members as a rebate on the training fees. If you want to benefit from a scholarship, kindly mention it on the application form below.

Participants attending both workshops in Venice and Sofia can’t benefit from a scholarship twice.

Applicants are encouraged to apply for financial support with their national funding bodies first, like eg. national film funds.