ibc 2015, RAI Amsterdam Conference 10-14 September 2015, Exhibition 11-15 September 2015

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08:30 - 09:30
What caught my eye - New technology, New content
Producer:  David Dawson, Tom Marshall
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This session gives you a content creator’s view of the IBC Exhibition. Alan Griffiths is CEO of World Media RIghts, bringing new content to new platforms. He will give his view on which new technology is the one to seek out in the exhibition halls.

Drawing on a wealth of experience in multi-platform production, he is well placed to give an expert view on how new technologies can lead to new forms of content; from innovations in mobile, to developments in distribution. This is an audience-focused session, taking an expert view on changing audience tastes and how technology can help content creators meet those needs.

Alan Griffiths
CEO
World Media Rights
UNITED KINGDOM

08:30 - 09:30
What caught my eye - Everything Capture
Producer:  David Dawson, Tom Marshall
Free
E102
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This session and looks at innovative ways to capture content headlining at IBC. From cameras, microphones and lights through to production tools, mounts and monitors. Our guide is a digital consultant with major broadcast clients in the UK. From cloud-based everything to back pocket low cost gadgets, you’ll get a lightening tour of what's hot in the exhibition and where to head for if you only have a limited amount of time. The focus of this Industry Insights session is ways to make production teams more effective, on a tight budget.

Christina Fox
Director
UrbanFox.TV
UNITED KINGDOM

08:30 - 09:30
What caught my eye - Blue Sky Thinking
Producer:  David Dawson, Tom Marshall
Free
E102
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From bright idea to production impact, how many of the innovations at this year’s IBC Exhibition will be disruptive? Graham Thomas is a senior R&D figure in the BBC, responsible for pioneering virtual worlds in live TV environments. Searching out the blue sky, new ideas around IBC, he will try to predict what impact they could have on the next few years of media production and distribution. This is always a popular session for those with only a small amount of time but with an eye on what development is likely to have a key impact on industry technology.

Prof Graham Thomas
Principal Technologist
BBC R&D
UNITED KINGDOM
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