All Event Sessions articles – Page 2

  • PSB how european broadcasters co exist with streaming

    PSB+ How European Broadcasters Co-Exist with Streaming Giants


    IBC2023: This session focuses on streaming - the success stories, future predictions, and whether there going to be more international collaboration. It asks the topical question, does the PBS have an important role to play in the future of streaming?


    ST 2110 IP Goes Mainstream with Broadcast Leader Olympic Broadcasting Services (OBS)


    IBC2023: With open-standard ST 2110 IP solutions successfully deployed by media companies globally, the industry has moved beyond the days of early adoption to widespread implementation. Hear from broadcast leader Olympic Broadcasting Services (OBS) on leveraging ST 2110 technology to make, manage and move their high-value content, meeting both viewer ...

  • Fireside Chat with Ubisoft, From gaming to on-screen The hiccups and highlights

    Fireside Chat with Ubisoft, From gaming to on-screen: The hiccups and highlights


    IBC2023: Join Helene Juguet, Managing Director of Ubisoft Film & Television Paris for an in-depth discussion on bridging the gap between film and gaming, keeping an audience captive to the universe around your content, and leveraging games IP for movie-crossover success in order to spearhead growth into new demographics.


    IET: What’s next for Audio Codecs? The IET John Logie Baird Lectures at IBC


    IBC2023: Audio is a vital part of all media, and decades of research into codecs have given us a sophisticated landscape of audio codecs which can deliver stereo music at very low bandwidths. 

  • Afternoon Tea LGBTQ+

    Afternoon Tea, Spill the Tea - an LGBTQ+ panel special


    IBC2023: Join us for an afternoon tea that celebrates authenticity, shares real life experiences of being LGBTQ+ in our workspace. We talk about the importance of representation and allyship and how to do it right. Come and join us to share your thoughts and gain purposeful top tips for improving ...

  • Breaking down data silos

    Breaking Down Data Silos: How Snowflake’s Media Data Cloud revolutionises broadcast and streaming supply chain in partnership with Slalom and AWS


    IBC2023: As broadcast and streaming organisations create and distribute content across the digital supply chain, silos of metadata are created at every step in the process, leading to lost time, missing data, and duplicative efforts along the way. Learn how the Snowflake Media Data Cloud and Amazon Web Services can ...

  • Growth in Gaming

    Growth in Gaming: All you need to know about top gaming trends


    Join us for a need-to-know breakdown of today’s games industry ecosystem. From key trends across consoles, cloud gaming and subscriptions, to the tech powering the video games market of the future, you’ll hear where the best opportunities across the gaming sector for TV, film and beyond lie.

  • MovieLabs 2030 Vision Update

    MovieLabs 2030 Vision Update


    IBC2023: The MovieLabs 2030 Vision was launched at IBC2019 as aspirational thought leadership from major Hollywood studios, it has now become the future roadmap of the global media creation industry. This panel, moderated by MovieLabs’ Chief Executive, Richard Berger, featured senior technology executives from the Hollywood Studio exploring this global ...

  • Building the Future of Tech

    Building the Future of Tech


    IBC2023: How do you build an effective tech stack and keep innovating when technology moves at such a pace? We took a deep dive into the evolution of the streaming model and its impact on demand for tech. Hear how our panellists are building new technology platforms and leaning into ...

  • Pricing, Packaging and Localisation

    Pricing, Packaging & Localisation: Differentiating Your Streaming Service in a Crowded Market


    IBC2023: Today’s viewer has no shortage of choice when it comes to services and content; however, the intense volume makes it hard to remember what is different about each service. We spoke to two streaming executives who shared their journey of launching streaming services in different markets. They explored the ...

  • FAST Talk A Discussion on Global Expansion Challenges and Opportunities

    FAST Talk: A Discussion on Global Expansion Challenges and Opportunities


    IBC2023: The FAST market is entering a new phase of maturity as viewers respond en-masse to the no cost/no commitment model presenting resonant content by way of a familiar linear experience. According to Statista, the number of FAST users will grow to 1.1B users by 2027 and market share will ...

  • Scaling TV - The IET John Logie Baird Lectures at IBC

    Scaling TV - The IET John Logie Baird Lectures at IBC


    IBC2023: TV is in transition to full IP based delivery driven by consumer behaviour and the worldwide growth in Broadband connectivity. This introduces a whole new thinking on all aspects of building services, infrastructure, and distribution whether on fixed line broadband or 4GLTE/5G. It has an impact beyond the technology ...

  • Inclusive Tech Vision 2030

    Inclusive Tech: Vision 2030


    IBC2023: Join us for a strategic conversation with the people making the changes. We’ll take a look at where we are now, what needs to change and the big tech and culture opportunities ahead.

  • Fireside chat with Martin Österdahl

    Fireside chat with Martin Österdahl


    IBC2023: Fireside chat at the IBC Social Impact Awards between Martin Österdahl and Nadira Tudor.

  • Ralph Lee

    Supercharging storytelling: In conversation with Ralph Lee, CEO, BBC Studios Productions


    IBC2023: CEO Ralph Lee takes us behind the scenes at BBC Studios to reveal how programme-makers at the UK’s most-awarded production company are harnessing the power of creativity and technology to lead the way in innovative storytelling and production techniques.

  • Wincie Knight

    In Conversation with Wincie Knight, Paramount: Committing to inclusion: How to keep the momentum going?


    IBC2023: Hear from Paramount Global’s Wincie Knight on the power of weaving inclusion and belonging into the fabric of your organisation and how to do it the right way. In this session, Wincie uncovers best practices for positioning Diversity, Equity and Inclusion as a top priority and gives insight into ...

  • A Manifesto for Change: Designing our work/life differently

    A Manifesto for Change: Designing our work/life differently


    IBC2023: New talent, new ways of working, core values and making work work! What changes do we need to make, and design into the fabric of our workplaces, tech and culture to attract the best people, best products and make sure they’re working in ways which help them - and ...

  • Technical Papers: Advances in video coding and processing

    Technical Papers: Advances in video coding and processing


    IBC2023: In this extended session we have four authors presenting current research spanning a range of important video processing topics – encoding, super-resolution and sustainability.

  • Technical Papers: 5G technology - convergence with broadcast

    Technical Papers: 5G technology - convergence with broadcast


    IBC2023: Broadcast delivery at scale combined with seamless unicast delivery to ensure coverage and service augmentation is the promise. But how close are we? In this three-paper session RAI (and its co-contributors) will present a comprehensive overview of an extensive 5G Broadcast deployment in Italy, covering the cities of Turin ...

  • Tech for Good: Digital ethics and responsible AI

    Tech for Good: Digital ethics and responsible AI


    IBC2023: As AI takes centre-stage in the Media and Entertainment world, how do we ensure unbiased usage and ethical adoption? This power panel - with guests proposed by GALSNGEAR, Women in Streaming Media and Women in Immersive Technologies - will look at the opportunities and limitations of AI and discuss ...