IBC registration opens


South Africans planning to attend the broadcast technology expo IBC2012, which takes place in Amsterdam in September, will be interested to hear that registration for the event is now open. IBC is one of the most prestigious global tradeshows in the world, attracting the leading brands, finest minds and wisest investors from the electronic media and entertainment industry.

With over 50,000 attendees from more than 160 countries, 1,300+ exhibitors and covered by over 1,000 members of the international media, IBC comprises an unparalleled exhibition and agenda-setting conference encompassing the very latest developments in broadcasting, mobile TV, IPTV, digital cinema and R&D.

Along with the six-day, four-stream conference programme, discussing the hottest topics and guided by industry experts, the IBC experience includes 14 exhibition halls of stunning new technology developments from more than 1,300 global exhibitors.

IBC offers early-bird registration, allowing free access to all the attractions taking place throughout the exhibition halls. Find out more at www.ibc.org/register

The IBC Conference attracts the most significant speakers from across the industry, giving attendees the opportunity to engage and debate with some of the most innovative thinkers from the leading companies in the world. Split into four carefully selected streams – Advancements in Technology, Content Creation and Innovation, The Business of Broadcasting and Media, and Industry Insights – the conference ensures that all the themes relevant to the future of the industry are represented. Sessions are a mixture of panel discussions, tutorials, papers, masterclasses and case studies and IBC offers substantial savings on a range of conference passes to enable attendees to assemble a flexible, tailored programme focusing on practical skills or strategic discussions.

Providing in-depth coverage of subjects that really matter to the industry today, the spotlight for 2012 falls on Broadcast Delivery; Cinema@IBC; Connected TV; Social Media; Sport; the Cloud; Transmedia and Workflow. Some of the leading figures from the industry will also deliver their insights and knowledge, with keynote addresses from: • Mike Darcy, COO, BSkyB; Roger Mosey, Head of Olympics, BBC London 2012; Brian Sullivan, CEO, Sky Deutschland; and Miles Young, CEO, Ogilvy & Mather.
Full details of all that IBC has to offer can be found on the IBC website www.ibc.org.


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