Caroline Gillet

Producer, France Inter

Caroline Gillet has been producing documentary series for France Inter for the past fifteen years. Her podcast "Inside Kabul", which gathers the voice notes sent by two young Afghan women since the fall of Kabul, has just received the 'Contemporary writing' mention at the Longueurs d'ondes Festival. It has been adapted into an animation film for French public television and the BBC. For the past year, Caroline Gillet has also been collecting the stories of Ukrainians confronted with war broadcast in the program "Un jour dans la monde" on France Inter. Between 2019 and 2021, she told the revolutions of subversive youth of the old continent in the weekly documentary series "Foule Continentale". She also produced in 2014 the "Tea Time Club" - a show in which she invited people around the world to discuss intimate topics live and via Skype. The series was adapted for France 4 the following year. On stage, Caroline co-created RADIOLIVE with Aurélie Charon and Amélie Bonin : a radio documentary live show which has toured in about 20 countries. She has written for Actes Sud, directed a film, "Les mères intérieures", for France 3 and teaches radio reporting at the University of Louvain.

All Sessions by Caroline Gillet

10:00 - 10:40
Track 2

A 360° conversation with Bridging In Action stakeholders

Bridging broadcast and digital is back in Prague 2023, in ‘Action Mode’ with a focus on how to harness bridging to develop new audiences and new opportunities. Many organisations are facing huge amounts of change, which challenges team managers & leaders, creators and technologists alike. But how to implement it in an inclusive and friendly way? How to organise? How is technology enabling this? How can we thrive as professionals? Bridging from the strategy perspectives of executives and those crossing the chasm. Held in a Round Room it is a fast paced, forward thinking, interactive round-table which gives practical tips to bridge to new audiences and create new opportunities, not shying away from addressing potential clashes.