IBC2017: What to see in the conference and exhibition, including the Big Screen film Baby Driver and sessions on cyber security.
E102 - 09.25-10.20
Technology has changed how audiences are watching television and the concept of ‘live’ is now blurred with the availability of instant highlights and VOD services. Hear the panel describe their experiences with the changing rules of TV. The impact of distribution, cloud, social media and innovation on the supply side using consumer equipment.
What can the TV industry learn from the new online video innovators? How is the new online video ecosystem (Facebook, Snap, Twitch) transforming the TV experience? The session will explore one of the fastest growing parts of the new TV market - and get under the bonnet of the new new thing.
This session will share insights into the range of current security issues from hacking to content theft. Gain insights on state of the art techniques to combat cyber threats and ways that artificial intelligence (AI) could be used.
Forum - 14.00-15.00
The virtual reality (VR) ecosystem is a growing opportunity for programme makers and new ways for audiences to interact. Join HTC Vive President Viveport and SVP Virtual Reality Rikard Steiber who will look at status and road ahead for VR and the variety of consumer devices emerging as well as showcasing successful VR experiences across platforms that highlight the opportunity ahead for VR from entertainment to sports.
Baby Driver: Saturday night movie
The 2017 summer blockbuster Baby Driver will be screened in the IBC Big Screen Auditorium in High Dynamic Range and Immersive Audio. The heist movie has a stellar cast (Kevin Spacey, John Hamm, Jamie Foxx, Lily Collins). The star of the film is the soundtrack, with the movie edited so that every car chase is in sync to the beats on the headphones of the baby-faced get-away driver (Ansel Elgort).
Doors open at 18.15, get your free ticket here.
IBC’s 50th Anniversary Charity Football Match
IBC is celebrating its 50th anniversary with a charity football match raising money for the Friendship Sports Centre and the Edwin van der Sar Foundation both charities provide support and rehabilitation and improve the lives of children and adults faced with illness by giving them the opportunity to take part in activities that aren’t usually available to them.
Kick-off 18.30 at Friendship Sports Centre, Amsterdam, Beemsterstraat 652, 1027ED.
Free transfers to and from the venue courtesy of ITBholland. The buses will depart from Entrance C (Holland Entrance) at the RAI at 17:30, 18:00 and 18:30.
What Caught My Eye
Saturday - Monday. E102 - 8.30-9.15
Join Captive North Creative Director Tom Marshall for a 45-minute snapshot of the best new technologies and interesting products from across the exhibition show floor.