National Media Museum director Jo Quinton-Tulloch will host and speak at the next Bradford Means Business networking event this Thursday, we also have Bradford JCI president Philip Cockayne joining the speaker's list. The monthly events are organised by the Yorkshire Enterprise Network and the Telegraph & Argus, for the final event of the year, attendees will be given a tour of the museum and live entertainment will be provided.
These exciting monthly events promote the growth of business partnerships within the district, building strong and beneficial connections between local and regional businesses. Come along and enjoy a FREE Drinks reception, fantastic canapés and great entertainment with friendly and informal networking in a relaxed environment.
The evening begins at 6:00pm with registration in the Kodak Gallary. This exhibition takes you on a journey through the history of popular photography, from the world's first photographs to the digital snapshots of today. Most of the items on display in the gallery are taken from the Museum's collection of 35,000 objects and images donated by Kodak Ltd.
We then go up to the 'Experience TV' gallery and explore the exciting world and history of television in Britain. Get behind the camera - or in front of it, and have a go at being a newsreader or a camera operator in our studio. Objects from the television collection illustrate the evolution of the device.
Our next stop will be the 'Games Lounge' on level 5. Play your way through classic games in their original arcade or console formats, learn about the history of videogaming, and discover the story behind a global phenomenon. Make your way to the Games Lounge to trace the evolution of digital gaming, from its birth in 1952 through to modern day developments.