See you at Stand D.02
The International Broadcasting Convention (IBC) is taking place again from Friday 15 September to Tuesday 19 September at the RAI, Amsterdam. We will be exhibiting at Stand D.02 in the Outside Exhibition area.
Following on from the success of last year’s industry firsts, we’re excited to be showcasing our continued technological developments at this year’s IBC. We want to show you our latest achievements in Global Media Transport, Digital Workflow and Software Controlled Sports Contribution Networking.
Take a look at the programme of events below and book your place to any one (or more!) of our panels, private meetings, demonstrations and hospitality events.
If you haven’t already registered for the show, you can get a free exhibition place by using customer code 5266, simply register here.
Continued innovation and evolution
We’ve got some impressive success stories to share with you. Join our case study style panel sessions, where we’ll reveal how the next-generation networks we’ve delivered for Premier League Productions (PLP) and the BBC are enabling further innovation and greater cost efficiencies. Plus, find out how we’ve already been delivering other emerging formats such as HDR, Dolby Atmos and VR and AR for BT Sport.
We’ll also be showcasing the development work we’re doing to adopt new technologies, that will enable us to deliver loss-less 4K picture quality. Plus demonstrating how our TVOB powered cabinets are remotely operated and monitored. Alongside the demonstrations, you’ll also be able to enjoy two live broadcasts of AVIVA Premiership rugby matches in 4K.
We’re specialists in taking content to where it needs to go and our advanced networks have delivered on this time and time again. Book a meeting with us and we can talk one on one and find out how we can help you.
Event programme – book now, places are limited
Take a look at the list of events we’ll be hosting at IBC and book your place.
Live event in 4K
Aviva Premiership Rugby - 120 minutes
Live from the UK, we’ll be broadcasting two AVIVA Premiership Rugby matches in 4K/UHD. Join us for a beer and enjoy live action and witness our broadcasting capabilities in action.
Media & Broadcast welcome drinks - 120 minutes
Join our Vice President, Mark Wilson-Dunn and the Media & Broadcast team for some informal drinks and hear more about the exciting events we have planned during the exhibition.
Case study: Building a national broadcast contribution network using IP - 60 minutes
Eighteen months ago, the BBC announced that they had chosen BT to provide its broadcast network, delivering considerable savings and paving the way for future digital innovation. Together with the BBC and our suppliers, we’ll give you an insight to the collaborative process we’ve been through to successfully design, deliver and migrate the BBC across to this new all-IP network.
Panel speakers include:
Ross Kemp – Head of Connectivity Architecture, BBC
John Ellerton – Head of Media Futures, Media & Broadcast, BT
Taki Milionis – Vertical Solutions Architect, Cisco
Andy Rayner – Chief Technologist, Nevion
Jan Helgesen – Product Manager, Nevion
Drinks and light lunch will be provided as part of the session.
Case study: Delivering the future of Outside Broadcast contribution, today - 45 minutes
With a global audience of more than 3 billion, the Premier League is claimed to be the most-watched football league in the world. This panel session will showcase how our Terabit next-generation fibre-based contribution network is enabling Premier League Productions to further innovate and enhance their offering to overseas broadcasters of the Premier League.
Panel speakers include:
Lowri Davies – Head of Sales, Occasional Use Services, Premier League Productions
Richard Bagnall – Head of Engineering, MCR and Live Operations, IMG
Coffee and light breakfast will be provided as part of the session.
Case study: Delivering a world-first at the UEFA Champions League Final 2017 - 30 minutes
Earlier this year, BT Sport conducted a world first by broadcasting, live, the UEFA Champions League Final using High Dynamic Range (HDR) technology in Ultra-High Definition (UHD) with Dolby Atmos® sound. The match was also available for the first time ever in Virtual Reality to fans. Hear how these technologies were delivered and what the audience reaction has been to the new experiences.
Panel speakers include:
Andy Beale – Chief Engineer, BT Sport and BT TV
Jamie Hindhaugh – Chief Operating Officer, BT Sport and BT TV
Drinks and light refreshments will be provided as part of the session.
Book a meeting with us at IBC
Our Media & Broadcast experts will be there to discuss with you how we can seamlessly connect your media world. If you’d like to book an appointment with us, fill out the contact form and we’ll get in touch to arrange a meeting.