On 14 October, London's Conway Hall was the setting for the return of 2Screen, our conference that explores the opportunities of TV and web working together.
We stuck to the tried-and-tested 2Screen plan: get a whole bunch of great people together, ply them with copious amounts of alcohol and invite speakers who are actually doing things in this space to give their point of view.
There's a heap of great content that came out of 2Screen.
The best quotes from 2Screen are up on Quotabl.es.
If you didn't manage to make it down on the night, you're in luck. We recorded all the talks and they're now available to watch.
Here's Matt Locke talking about attention shapes.
Margaret Robertson telling us about games and screens.
Finally, Kevin Slavin closing the evening with a talk that was the highlight of the evening for many.
We'd also like to thank all our attendees, who raised £2,540 for the Pakistan relief through the proceeds of ticket purchases.
And that's 2Screen 2010. Roll on '11.
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