PtG Article 23.10.2015

Follow Play the Game 2015 online

Reports from Play the Game 2015 will be available on multiple platforms, and live streaming as well as a cooperation with the Danish School of Media and Journalism will ensure broad conference coverage.

Live streaming from the sessions Live streaming from the main conference sessions will be available online on our conference page under ‘Live streaming’ and available as video-on-demand afterwards. A larger number of other conference sessions will also be available as on-demand videos during or shortly after the conference. Conference photos Photos from this year's conference will be taken by photographer Thomas Søndergaard, and will be uploaded to our Flickr account and website throughout the conference. From here, you can download the photos for free for editorial purposes only. Please credit both Play the Game and photographer Thomas Søndergaard. Play the Game’s own coverage Play the Game has teamed up with a number of freelance journalists covering selected sessions at the conference. Articles together with a few small video interviews will be uploaded on Play the Game’s website during and after the conference, and special conference newsletters will be sent out by the end of each day. Sign up for our newsletter here Play the Game will be tweeting from playthegame_org using the conference hashtag #PTG2015. We encourage you to use this and join the conversation.

You can also follow and contribute to our coverage on our Facebook page, where we will put up photos and articles during and after the conference. Student conference coverage Play the Game 2015 has established a cooperation with the Danish School of Media and Journalism, which is using the conference for a special student project. The school will be represented by 20 international TV-journalism students who will be covering the conference online on their own YouTube channel with full journalistic independence from Play the Game. Play the Game has cooperated successfully with the Danish School of Media and Journalism (DMJX) on previous conferences in 2013, 2007 and 2005, where the journalism students’ work added significant value to the coverage of the conference. You can follow the coverage by the DMJX students here:

External conference coverage

After each conference, Play the Game collects media clippings and articles written about the conference in order to document its effects. We would therefore like to add a link to your article from and appreciate it if you would send the relevant links to

More about Play the Game 2015


Play the Game 2015 takes place in Aarhus, Denmark from 25-29 October at the Marselis Hotel - Aarhus.

More about Play the Game 2015 on the conference website