1. FINANCE 2013 – Case Study: “Urbance” - Financing a cross media property

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    One of the highlights from the international conference on Funding & Revenues for TV Series, Cartoon Finance, which took place in Belfast, N. Ireland (UK) in November 2013. Content: Yolanda Alonso Video Director: Nicola Lennon Camera operator: Elodie Wattiaux Video Editor: KAOS Films

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    • FINANCE 2013 – Alternative revenue sources

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      One of the highlights from the international conference on Funding & Revenues for TV Series, Cartoon Finance, which took place in Belfast, N. Ireland (UK) in November 2013. Content: Yolanda Alonso Video Director: Nicola Lennon Camera operator: Elodie Wattiaux Video Editor: KAOS Films

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      • FINANCE 2013 – A broadcaster’s requirements

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        One of the highlights from the international conference on Funding & Revenues for TV Series, Cartoon Finance, which took place in Belfast, N. Ireland (UK) in November 2013. Content: Yolanda Alonso Video Director: Nicola Lennon Camera operator: Elodie Wattiaux Video Editor: KAOS Films

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        • FINANCE 2013 – Financial incentives in Northern Ireland

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          One of the highlights from the international conference on Funding & Revenues for TV Series, Cartoon Finance, which took place in Belfast, N. Ireland (UK) in November 2013. Content: Yolanda Alonso Video Director: Nicola Lennon Camera operator: Elodie Wattiaux Video Editor: KAOS Films

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          • FINANCE 2013 – Crowdfunding and crowdsourcing

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            One of the highlights from the international conference on Funding & Revenues for TV Series, Cartoon Finance, which took place in Belfast, N. Ireland (UK) in November 2013. Content: Yolanda Alonso Video Director: Nicola Lennon Camera operator: Elodie Wattiaux Video Editor: KAOS Films

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            • Cheesecake Stuffing Ceremony

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              A young man, pushed on by financial incentives, attempts to finish a cheesecake in one go.

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              • Assessing the impact of incentives on provider performance (2 of 2 videos)

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                Global Maternal Health Conference 2013 Moderator: Marge Koblinsky, USAID Does health care financing reform increase quality and equity in maternal health services? A study in Ethiopia Devi Nair, Jimma University, Ethiopia Improving health worker performance using a voucher system in eastern Uganda John Bua, Makerere University School of Public Health Community participation for improved quality for maternal, newborn and child health care Emmanuel Kenyi, Africa Medical and Research Foundation, South Sudan Financial incentives to improve quality of maternal care? Current evidence and future needs Kathleen Hill, USAID Health Care Improvement Project, University Research Company Filmed in Arusha, Tanzania. Thursday, 17 January 2013

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                • Assessing the impact of incentives on provider performance (1 of 2 videos)

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                  Global Maternal Health Conference 2013 Financial incentives are relatively new to health care programs and thus peer reviewed articles are not prevalent. Presenters report on the successes and challenges of their own programs. As there is only one of two videos available for this presentation, only Nair's presentation on Ethiopia is available. Nair described the difficulties of implementing health care financing reform, especially in those areas which are not close to the capital. As the reform only spends 7% of health expenditures on maternal and newborn care, she found great gaps in services available, in addition to high out of pocket expenditures. Moderator: Marge Koblinsky, USAID Does health care financing reform increase quality and equity in maternal health services? A study in Ethiopia Devi Nair, Jimma University, Ethiopia Improving health worker performance using a voucher system in eastern Uganda John Bua, Makerere University School of Public Health Community participation for improved quality for maternal, newborn and child health care Emmanuel Kenyi, Africa Medical and Research Foundation, South Sudan Financial incentives to improve quality of maternal care? Current evidence and future needs Kathleen Hill, USAID Health Care Improvement Project, University Research Company Abstract: https://meeting.tfigroup.com/TFI/media/uploaded/EVTFI/event_743/Hill%201307.pdf Filmed in Arusha, Tanzania. Thursday, 17 January 2013

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                  • Productivism: The true Economy Based on Work - Program 242

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                    Productivism, a term coined by Norberto Keppe, refers to an enhanced socio-economic system based on the overall production of high quality goods and financial incentives based on productivity. As a result, people can better profit from their work. The program also deals with how the feelings of love applied to social life cure all ills and how important it is to be tolerant when dealing with the perception of mistakes.

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                    • Prof. Aaron Katz of U.W. at Rainier Valley Rotary Club

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                      Aaron Katz is a researcher and lecturer at the University of Washington - teaching in the Healthcare Administration and World Health programs. In his April 26, 2011 presentation to our club he showed how the way we do healthcare here in America isn't getting us good results for the immense amount of money we're spending. He also made the point that, because the amount of money spent for healthcare for teachers and staff in k-12 education and higher education goes up and up year after year - sucking up resources - it deprives the kids of a good education.

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