Whether your interest is in content distribution, second screen monetisation, or next generation audio, the IBC Exhibition and Conference contains everyone and everything you need to know that will impact the electronic media industry next. With less than 60 days until the doors open the excitement is building. Here are just some of the activities that will be taking place at IBC2013.
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Tomorrow’s World Displayed in the Future Zone
Witness augmented reality broadcasting; test drive the next generation surround sound home audio; see pictures you have never seen before in advanced high dynamic range; explore targeted advertising by facial recognition. All this and more ground breaking R&D that may well drive the industry and make tomorrow’s world is available to view in the Future Zone only at IBC2013.
Sixes and Sevens Over Ones and Zeros
Juggling recording formats? Consider data management a risk? Confused about archive? Visit IBC Workflow Solutions in Hall 9 to explore how IT conundrums can be solved with no-nonsense advice and information about file-based planning and implementation from the experts, including case study sessions from Cinergy, Sony Media Cloud Services and Quantel.
The Competition is Getting Hot
A 100Mph view of a cricket ball bowled at you; the live 70-day Olympic Torch Relay delivered over IP and cellular networks; a scripting and scheduling tool for soaps; and the high frame rate action of The Hobbit all compete for a coveted IBC Innovation Award in the Content Creation category. Make sure you join us when all the winners for the IBC Awards are announced on Sunday 15 September from 18:30.
Meet Friends, Network and Influence
Beside presentations, demonstrations and seminars, IBC is host to an astonishing variety of places to meet with those you want to do business with. Networking is at its most social at the Beach or the IBC Pub or more focussed at the IBC Feature Areas throughout the fourteen halls of the exhibition or at dedicated events within the conference. Don’t miss this chance to expand your address book and make new contacts – register for the IBC Exhibition for free today.
Where is the Money?
The second screen promises to change the way we relate to content on the main TV screen, but there has arguably been no breakthrough application to date. Zeebox, CEO, Anthony Rose promises to show delegates the money in “Where is the Value in Second Screen Content?” on Friday 13 September at 15:30, just one of the thought provoking sessions related to the IBC2013 Conference theme – “Create a More Engaging Entertainment Experience”. Download the conference programme today and start planning your journey.
Inspirational Conference Headliners
Exchange candid opinion, obtain key advice and build knowledge with over 300 inspirational speakers at the IBC Conference, including Bob Harris, CTO, Channel 4; Andy Brown, Chairman, Kantar Media and Rajesh Kamat, CEO, CA Media. Access any five sessions of your choice, including the IBC Keynotes when you purchase a Bronze Pass. Early bird rates are still available, so book today to make the most of massive discounts on all conference passes.
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