Miniput is a festival featuring a selection of the best innovative, provocative, educational and public service television shows from the past year. This, the 20th edition of the event, focuses on programmes that examine the use we make of new technologies to demonstrate that they aren't essentially bad or good, but rather that our concept of them is totally dependent on the way we use them. One highlight is a special session of the CCCB's 'Soy Cámara' programme, which has been going for five years, with a debate regarding the relationship between TV and Internet. Taking part are Lolo Rico, scriptwriter and TV producer, as well as director of 'La Bola de Cristal' ('The Crystal Ball'); and Andreu Meixide, producer and director of the BccN festival, which specialises in new narratives coming from the Internet. As well as being able to see, as each year, a selection of the best from the latest ediiton of INPUT (International Public Television Screening Conference) in the presence of some of its stars, there will also be a special session dedicated to the concept of fake television, featuring Jordi Évole ('Salvados', '23-F'), Miguel Ángel Martín and Manuel Delgado (El Camaleó). The festival finishes with the presentation of the Premis del II Concurs Transmèdia organised by GAC (Guionistes Associats de Catalunya) and MAC (Mercat Audiovisual de Catalunya).