Register Now for Free Entry to IBC2013 FREE registration to IBC2013 closes for good on Friday 23 August, so make sure you register now to take full advantage of everything that more than 1,400 of the worlds leading media technology innovators have in store. All this, plus a tremendous array of Feature Areas will enrich your knowledge of the industry, from IBC Production Insights and the IBC Awards, to free show and tell case studies at IBC Workflow Solutions.
There are networking opportunities galore and a must-attend conference with an exciting set of new speakers just announced one of whom is Morten Hesseldahl, architect of the Danish Renaissance in an episodic drama.
IBC Big Screen Saturday Night Movie: The Wolverine Saturday night is movie night so get out the popcorn and unwind in our impressive IBC Big Screen theatre and be taken away by one of 2013’s biggest blockbusters, The Wolverine. Directed by James Mangold and starring Hugh Jackman this action-packed special effects laiden blockbuster is screened Courtesy of 20th Century Fox International in stereo 3D and Dolby Surround 7.1. Doors open at 18:15 for a 18:30 start.
How to Make a Killing
Morten Hesseldahl, Executive Director of Cultural Affairs at DR, Danish Broadcasting Company tells delegates how the Danish broadcaster created international drama hits Borgen and The Killing in a special one-on-one conversation just added to the IBC2013 Conference Programme on Saturday 14 September at 17:30 in the Forum.
Make Money From Connected Content
Internet distribution should mean that content and advertising can be tracked, measured and verified with accuracy and detail but how should that data be used to monetize assets? View the full schedule of free to attend demonstrations from Accedo to Zixi and debate emerging online business models in the Connected Consumer Debate ‘Monetising Content in the Connected World’ at the IBC Connected WorldDemonstration Area on Sunday 15 September at 12:00.
Pac-Man Returns Welcome to the Game Zone in Hall 5, where all-attendees can jog their memory, test their joystick skills and compete with each other playing a selection of retro video games for example Ping Pong, Pac-Man and Street Fighter, as well as the most advanced console games, including some on multi-touch interactive screens. The Game Zone is an all new feature for IBC2013 where games are free to play and players will be entered into a daily leader board showing who has the highest number of points. Fancy your chances?
Meet the IT Crowd The role of Preditors, DITs and Data Wranglers and what these new crew positions bring to the creation, handling and delivery of content gets a special IBC spotlight on Monday 16 September at 11:00 in the Emerald Room where Maverick TV’s, Head of Post Production and Facilities, Donna Mulvey-Jones shares her opinion. Also on Monday and taking a macro view of IT and cloud resources ‘A New Approach to Technology Resources in a Commoditised World‘ features a presentation from Andy Tennant, Technology Director, Studios, ITV / DPP Board Member, ITV.
Stars in Your Eyes
The future starts here. IBC Rising Stars are talented newcomers inducted into the industry in unforgettable fashion. A specially programmed series of events, exhibition tours, conference insights, parties and invaluable networking gives delegates the opportunity to hear from inspirational icons such as Jamal Edwards, who has achieved great success by making both the Times Young Power and Rich lists.
Reshaping the Media Ecosystem The curtain raiser to the IBC2013 Conference is a strategic look at the future of the traditional broadcasting model and the issues that keep broadcasters awake at night. Four highly influential speakers will address this critical topic including Robert Bakish, President and CEO, Viacom International Media Networks (VIMN); Keith Hindle, CEO, Digital & Branded Entertainment, FreemantleMedia; Steve Morrison, Chairman, All3Meida and advertising guru Robin Wight, President, Engine Group, WCRS, in the session ‘Broadcast and Beyond: Reshaping the Media Ecosystem’ at 09:30 on Thursday 12 September, in the Forum.
We Have a Conference Pass Just Right For You
Amazon.com CTO, Dr. Werner Vogel and Tony Wang, UK General Manager, Twitter are just two of a dozen must-attend IBC2013 Conference keynotes and you can join them with our full range of conference passes available to suit your budget. If your time is divided then why not attend any five sessions on any day of your choice with a Bronze Pass. For maximum flexibility why not give yourself the option to explore any of the 80+ sessions at any time with our incredible value Silver Pass. All conference passes include free roaming access to the five day exhibition and all its Feature Areas. But hurry if you want to grab huge savings because you are very nearly out of time.
First With the News
Gathering all thats new, controversial and exciting from showfloor and conference the IBC Daily is your must-read newspaper. The preview edition is ready to read so get up to date on all that you can expect to see at this years show. Don’t forget you can also access IBC breaking news and video highlights online at www.ibc.org and via the IBC Mobile App Sponsored by Blackmagic Design.
Need a break from the hectic activity on the showfloor? Then head to the IBC Business Lounge, in the Holland Lounge near the Holland entrance on the first floor, to find refreshments, comfy chairs, internet terminals and a space to take stock, catch up with the office or make that important phone call. You can also book meeting rooms to host those important, private meetings.
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