Here’s what happened on Day 4 of IBC2023, as Changemakers continued with a focus on inclusion and sustainability in media production. 

The Innovation Stage delved into the potential of real-time interactive streaming and the immersive capabilities of XR sports. Sessions such as “IBC Accelerators - Real Time Interactive Streaming Personalises Live Experiences” and “Real-Time XR Sport Edge” highlighted the growing trend towards more interactive and engaging content.

And over at the Showcase Theatre, sessions including a “Fireside Chat with Ubisoft Film & Television: From gaming to on-screen” and “What is the long-term vision for esports?” sought to unravel the convergence of gaming with other entertainment forms and its future trajectory.

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Paramount Global’s Wincie Knight spoke about the power of weaving inclusion and belonging into your organisation.

IBC2023 Day 4 show reports

Fresh insights emerged from the session “A Manifesto for Change: Designing our work/life differently”, where Changemakers like Wesa Aapro (YLE) and Amy Woltemath (Sky Deutschland GmbH) discussed the reformation of our professional landscapes.
Watch the recording (38:17)

“Sustainability in Production: Uncle Albert and the new kids on the block” featured a panel led by Neal Romanek (The Flint), who emphasised the need for an eco-conscious approach in media. The session shed some light on how to overcome climate anxiety through sustainable production techniques.
Watch the recording (34.18)

Wincie Knight from Paramount Global offered a compelling post-mortem on organisational inclusivity. Her session, “Committing to inclusion: How to keep the momentum going?”, showcased strategies that underscore the value of every employee’s voice.
Watch the recording (26.09)

Finally, the German DVB-I Pilot clinched the Special Award for Innovation at IBC2023. Listen to Remo Vogel, Project Manager, DVB-I, as he praises the collaborative process, which involved broadcasters, device manufacturers, software providers and research institutions.
Watch the video (2:00)

IBC2023 Day 4 Product News 

Future of collaborative editing

Future of collaborative editing? LucidLink certainly hopes so.

Sporting chance for Mux

Mux is “seeing a lot of success in the world of sport”, says Jon Dahl, CEO.

Read the IBC Daily

More IBC2023 news, interviews and opinion can be found by flicking through the digital pages of the IBC Daily. 

And that’s a wrap for IBC2023

Thanks for following our IBC2023 coverage. But we’re not done yet… Even though the show has closed its doors at the RAI Amsterdam, we’ve got plenty more to talk about on IBC365. 

Over the coming days, we’ll be publishing video recordings of IBC Conference, Changemakers, Innovation Stage, Showcase Theatre and Content Everywhere sessions for you to watch online. In addition, we’ll review the key topics and themes that dominated IBC, picking out the ideas and new products that made the biggest impact.

And if you missed going to IBC2023, why not consider going to IBC2024? Next year’s show takes place from 13-16 September 2024 and exhibiting opportunities are already available

Until then, the conversation about the future of broadcast, media technology and entertainment continues on IBC365.