Train tomorrow's stars
Multicamera Sports Direction: Whether it is 2 cameras or 40, every director shares the same goal, to create the most exciting event possible for the audience to watch. This opportunity will improve your skill base to achieve that aim.
The Broadcast Academy and EVS are hosting beginner's sessions for all newcomers to the sports broadcast industry in which a'top sports director will provide an introduction followed by hands on exercises.' All participants will direct a live football match and'will sit in the director's seat to call the shots.
The EVS Live TV Simulator relying on EVS live replay and switching systems (XT series server and Dyvi) will recreate the challenges of an outside broadcast environment to keep you on your toes. '
You will be able to ask questions to experts in the industry, exchange ideas and take away a recording of your directorial debut performance, as well as understanding the principles of sports production giving you'an overview of a sports production and the production equipment you need for the job.
At the end of the session, IBC will give away a prize to encourage young graduates to develop their talents to become future sports-broadcasting professionals.
The prize will be the opportunity to shadow a production gallery operator for the day at the Eurosport HQ in Paris (including flights and hotel costs, which IBC will organise*).
* = Conditions Apply. Must be over 18 and have prior knowledge of the broadcast industry., i.e. pursuing broadcast-related studies/course.