"I watched TV exclusively for dogs." Busan Content Market BIC4Dog opens for the first time
16th Busan Content Market, "movie for dog", dog conference was held
The video content festival (BIC4Dog) for dogs was held for the first time at the 16th ‘Busan Contents Market (BCM) 2022’ sponsored by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism and Busan Metropolitan City.
It is said that it has discovered a differentiated content field with the concept of ‘a country where dogs are happy, a dog-friendly city of Busan’.
First, the ‘Movie for Dog’ program was held in the square in front of the BEXCO Convention Hall, where you can enjoy video content for dogs. In partnership with Happy Dog TV, a video specially produced for the dog's sight and hearing was broadcast for three days during the event.
At the Movie Po Dog venue, a dedicated booth was set up for guardians and dogs to watch the video together, with a one-person sofa, a low-light stand, a TV, a bowel pad, and a pad dedicated to dogs, so that they can watch the video comfortably with their dogs.
A special wall containing dog characters has also been produced so that citizens can leave "certification shots."
>Hold a conference under the theme of 'Watching dog media'
>Korean Veterinary Medical Association, Sennagae Production Team, etc. Attendance
On the 9th, the second day of the event, a "Pet Dog Conference" related to watching the media of dogs was also held, drawing attention.
Veterinary society officials, including Korean Veterinary Association President Huh Joo-hyung and Busan City Veterinary Association President Lee Young-rak, as well as companion animal behavior correction experts and media researchers, gathered to discuss dog cognition, behavior, and media use behavior.
EBS's <No Bad Dog in the World> producers delivered their own experience in producing programs, and Happy Dog TV, which produces video content specializing in dogs, and 3D Medivision, a medical edutech company that produces 3D veterinary education content, introduced dog-related content.
Busan Contents Market Executive Chairman Kwon Man-woo said, “As the number of pet families who treat their pets like family is rapidly increasing, the companion animal content market is expected to grow rapidly in addition to the existing companion animal-related market". And "The showcase will contribute to the spread of mature companion animal culture.”
Meanwhile, the 16th Busan Contents Market was held for three days from June 8 (Wednesday) to 10 (Friday) under the theme of ‘Your Story is Our Story’.
Source : www.dailyvet.co.kr/news/industry/167412 (KR)
Korean Public Quarantine Veterinarian Association (KPQVA) and 3D MediVision will collaborate to create a curriculum to educate public quarantine veterinarians.
Young-kwang Cho, chairman of the Korean Public Quarantine Veterinarian Association, and Kijin Kim, CEO of 3D MediVision, signed an MOU at 3D MediVision’s office on May 26, 2022.
Veterflix, an education platform for veterinarians, serviced by 3D MediVision, is attracting attention by combining self-developed 3D video technology with various lectures and courses.
Through this agreement, Veterflix will provide members of the KPQVA coupons to purchase their courses at a discounted price. In addition, it plans to prepare courses and events speicifically designed for members of the KPQVA.
As an affiliated association, KPQVA will also introduce and actively promote Veterflix’s services to its members.
“With this agreement, we will increase the capabilities of public quarantine veterinarians and approach the development of veterinary medicine in an enterprising manner,” said San Song, director of external cooperation at KPQVA, who was in charge of managing KPQVA’s side of the agreement.
David Yoo, team manager at Veterflix, said, “It will now be easier to provide quality education to public quarantine officers during their service. We will return with better programs in the future.”
Source : https://www.dailyvet.co.kr/news/association/166844(KR)