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3 - 6 December 2021

Content Programme

Content Programme

The IBC2021 content programme is free for all attendees and below is a taster of what attendees can expect. This will be updated continuously as the event approaches. 

If you have any questions regarding the programme please contact conference@ibc.org

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Showcase
Hall 12
    • Showcase
    Showcase Theatre (Hall 12)

    Change is afoot with industry-wide experimentation with cloud-based workflows and a focused approach to leveraging new tech. Senior executives from Netflix, Discovery, ViacomCBS, HBO Max and more join IBC to discuss new OTT launches, conquering a global audience and huge tech transformation projects.

    More sessions to be announced here soon

  1. Keynote
    • Showcase
    Showcase Theatre (Hall 12)
    Supporting a healthy TV operator ecosystem
Innovation
    • Innovation
    E102

    The 2021 Technical Papers programme will again celebrate the ever-widening scope of media technology – from 5G and AI, to video coding and facial recognition, the sessions will give companies the change to unveil their brand new ideas, technology concepts and research to the IBC audience

    More sessions to be announced here soon

  1. Technical Paper
    • Innovation
    E102
    Optimising Streaming ' Savings at Scale
  2. Technical Paper
    • Innovation
    E102

    5G : Delivering on the promise

  3. Technical Paper
    • Innovation
    E102
    XR Producing Immersive Experiences
  4. Technical Paper
    • Innovation
    E102
    Advances in Audio - Using some remarkable signal processing
  5. Technical Paper
    • Innovation
    E102
    Advances in Video Coding
  6. Technical Paper
    • Innovation
    E102
    More Formats - More Conversions
Content Supply Chain

Hall 9

Sponsored by:
                      Grass Valley Sponsor

    • Content Supply Chain
    Showfloor Stage (Hall 9)

    The Content Supply Chain Stage will include themes around content distribution and continue the dialogue on how to reduce latency in OTT environments; how software managed networks can improve the viewing quality to end users, what the future holds for streaming and live TV aggregation, as well as how to tailor business models for VOD and AVOD service providers.

    Theatre will include themes around content distribution and continue the dialogue on how to reduce latency in OTT environments; how software managed networks can improve the viewing quality to end users, what the future holds for streaming and live TV aggregation, as well as how to tailor business models for VOD and AVOD service providers.

    More sessions to be announced here soon

Production and Post Production
Hall 7
    • Production and Post Production
    Showfloor Stage (Hall 7)
    The stage in Hall 7  will cover themes surrounding the latest technologies in production and post-production, including how cloud enables proxy editing, how AI simplifies the storytelling process and how file system based workflows will change the day-to-day work in post-production.

    More sessions to be announced here soon
  1. Accelerator Session
    • Production and Post Production
    Showfloor Stage (Hall 7)
    Accelerator - Immersive Audio & Sound Imagery
  2. Accelerator Session
    • Production and Post Production
    Showfloor Stage (Hall 7)
    Accelerator 5G LXBR (Location Based Extended Realities)
OTT & Direct to Consumer
Hall 5
    • OTT & Direct to Consumer
    Showfloor Stage (Hall 5)

    The Direct-to-Consumer / OTT Stage will be the focal point for Content Everywhere in its new home in Hall 5. The programme of panel discussions and product demonstrations is designed to help visitors update or expand their understanding of the diverse topics that are contributing to the continuing growth of the consumption of content online.

    More sessions to be announced here soon

Live & Remote Production
Hall 13
    • Live & Remote Production
    Showfloor Stage (Hall 13)
    The Live & Remote Production Stage will discuss how the broadcast industry is transforming and increasingly moving to IP for live production, how cloud production has enabled global access and large scale UHD projects and how AR and VR solutions have improved the viewing experience of sporting events during the Covid pandemic.

    More sessions to be announced here soon
Showcase
Hall 12
    • Showcase
    Showcase Theatre (Hall 12)
    Change is afoot with industry-wide experimentation with cloud-based workflows and a focused approach to leveraging new tech. Senior executives from Netflix, Discovery, ViacomCBS, HBO Max and more join IBC to discuss new OTT launches, conquering a global audience and huge tech transformation projects.

    More sessions to be announced here soon
  1. Keynote
    • Showcase
    Showcase Theatre (Hall 12)
    Game engines
  2. Keynote
    • Showcase
    Showcase Theatre (Hall 12)

    Broadcast in the cloud

     

Innovation
    • Innovation
    E102
    The 2021 Technical Papers programme will again celebrate the ever-widening scope of media technology – from 5G and AI, to video coding and facial recognition, the sessions will give companies the change to unveil their brand new ideas, technology concepts and research to the IBC audience

    More sessions to be announced here soon
  1. Technical Paper
    • Innovation
    E102
    Facial Recognition - Various facets of a powerful media tool
  2. Technical Paper
    • Innovation
    E102
    Orchestrated Devices - A vision of networked home entertainment
  3. Technical Paper
    • Innovation
    E102
    Cutting Edge Technologies - A preview of some experimental concepts
  4. Technical Paper
    • Innovation
    E102
    AI in Media Production - Creating new markets for linear content
  5. Technical Paper
    • Innovation
    E102
    The Cloud - For Live and Production Workflows
  6. Technical Paper
    • Innovation
    E102
    ST2110 on Modern IT Infrastructure ' How Difficult is it?
Content Supply Chain

Hall 9

Sponsored by:
                      Grass Valley Sponsor

    • Content Supply Chain
    Showfloor Stage (Hall 9)

    The Content Supply Chain Stage will include themes around content distribution and continue the dialogue on how to reduce latency in OTT environments; how software managed networks can improve the viewing quality to end users, what the future holds for streaming and live TV aggregation, as well as how to tailor business models for VOD and AVOD service providers.

    Theatre will include themes around content distribution and continue the dialogue on how to reduce latency in OTT environments; how software managed networks can improve the viewing quality to end users, what the future holds for streaming and live TV aggregation, as well as how to tailor business models for VOD and AVOD service providers.

    More sessions to be announced here soon

  1. Accelerator Session
    • Content Supply Chain
    Showfloor Stage (Hall 9)
    Accelerator AI Bias Detection
  2. Accelerator Session
    • Content Supply Chain
    Showfloor Stage (Hall 9)
    Accelerator RT 3D Interative Content Creation for Multi Platform Distribution
  3. Accelerator Session
    • Content Supply Chain
    Showfloor Stage (Hall 9)
    Accelerator - Smart Remote Production for Real Time Animation
Production and Post Production
Hall 7
    • Production and Post Production
    Showfloor Stage (Hall 7)
    The stage in Hall 7  will cover themes surrounding the latest technologies in production and post-production, including how cloud enables proxy editing, how AI simplifies the storytelling process and how file system based workflows will change the day-to-day work in post-production.

    More sessions to be announced here soon
OTT & Direct to Consumer
Hall 5
    • OTT & Direct to Consumer
    Showfloor Stage (Hall 5)
    The Direct-to-Consumer / OTT Stage will be the focal point for Content Everywhere in its new home in Hall 5. The programme of panel discussions and product demonstrations is designed to help visitors update or expand their understanding of the diverse topics that are contributing to the continuing growth of the consumption of content online.

    More sessions to be announced here soon
Live & Remote Production
Hall 13
    • Live & Remote Production
    Showfloor Stage (Hall 13)
    The Live & Remote Production Stage will discuss how the broadcast industry is transforming and increasingly moving to IP for live production, how cloud production has enabled global access and large scale UHD projects and how AR and VR solutions have improved the viewing experience of sporting events during the Covid pandemic.

    More sessions to be announced here soon
Showcase
Hall 12
    • Showcase
    Showcase Theatre (Hall 12)
    Change is afoot with industry-wide experimentation with cloud-based workflows and a focused approach to leveraging new tech. Senior executives from Netflix, Discovery, ViacomCBS, HBO Max and more join IBC to discuss new OTT launches, conquering a global audience and huge tech transformation projects.

    More sessions to be announced here soon
    • Showcase
    Showcase Theatre (Hall 12)
    Going global with OTT
    • Showcase
    Showcase Theatre (Hall 12)
Content Supply Chain

Hall 9

Sponsored by:
                      Grass Valley Sponsor

    • Content Supply Chain
    Showfloor Stage (Hall 9)
    The Content Supply Chain Stage will include themes around content distribution and continue the dialogue on how to reduce latency in OTT environments; how software managed networks can improve the viewing quality to end users, what the future holds for streaming and live TV aggregation, as well as how to tailor business models for VOD and AVOD service providers.

    More sessions to be announced here
Production and Post Production
Hall 7
    • Production and Post Production
    Showfloor Stage (Hall 7)
    The stage in Hall 7  will cover themes surrounding the latest technologies in production and post-production, including how cloud enables proxy editing, how AI simplifies the storytelling process and how file system based workflows will change the day-to-day work in post-production.

    More sessions to be announced here soon
Owner Programme
    • Owner Programme
    E102

    The IBC Owner sessions will once again deliver a wide variety of sessions covering topics including the latest industry standards, strategies for business transformation, defining future networks and building new broadcast infrastructures

    More sessions to be announced here soon

OTT & Direct to Consumer
Hall 5
    • OTT & Direct to Consumer
    Showfloor Stage (Hall 5)
    The Direct-to-Consumer / OTT Stage will be the focal point for Content Everywhere in its new home in Hall 5. The programme of panel discussions and product demonstrations is designed to help visitors update or expand their understanding of the diverse topics that are contributing to the continuing growth of the consumption of content online.

    More sessions to be announced here soon
Live & Remote Production
Hall 13
    • Live & Remote Production
    Showfloor Stage (Hall 13)

    The Live & Remote Production Stage will discuss how the broadcast industry is transforming and increasingly moving to IP for live production, how cloud production has enabled global access and large scale UHD projects and how AR and VR solutions have improved the viewing experience of sporting events during the Covid pandemic.

    More sessions to be announced here soon

  1. Accelerator Session
    • Live & Remote Production
    Showfloor Stage (Hall 13)
    Accelerator - 5G & Innovation in Live Workflows
  2. Accelerator Session
    • Live & Remote Production
    Showfloor Stage (Hall 13)
    Accelerator 5G & Remote Production in Live Sport
  3. Accelerator Session
    • Live & Remote Production
    Showfloor Stage (Hall 13)
    Accelerator More Sustainable Live Productions
Showcase
Hall 12
    • Showcase
    Showcase Theatre (Hall 12)
    Change is afoot with industry-wide experimentation with cloud-based workflows and a focused approach to leveraging new tech. Senior executives from Netflix, Discovery, ViacomCBS, HBO Max and more join IBC to discuss new OTT launches, conquering a global audience and huge tech transformation projects.

    More sessions to be announced here soon
    • Showcase
    Showcase Theatre (Hall 12)
    Join senior broadcast technologists to discuss the technology trends that will continue for 2022. Will the transition to cloud and hybrid services lose momentum as people return to work? How will sustainability play a larger role in tech upgrades? What are the future technologies to watch? 
Content Supply Chain

Hall 9

Sponsored by:
                      Grass Valley Sponsor

    • Content Supply Chain
    Showfloor Stage (Hall 9)
    The Content Supply Chain Stage will include themes around content distribution and continue the dialogue on how to reduce latency in OTT environments; how software managed networks can improve the viewing quality to end users, what the future holds for streaming and live TV aggregation, as well as how to tailor business models for VOD and AVOD service providers.

    More sessions to be announced here
Production and Post Production
Hall 7
    • Production and Post Production
    Showfloor Stage (Hall 7)
    The stage in Hall 7  will cover themes surrounding the latest technologies in production and post-production, including how cloud enables proxy editing, how AI simplifies the storytelling process and how file system based workflows will change the day-to-day work in post-production.

    More sessions to be announced here soon
Owner Programme
    • Owner Programme
    E102

    The IBC Owner sessions will once again deliver a wide variety of sessions covering topics including the latest industry standards, strategies for business transformation, defining future networks and building new broadcast infrastructures

    More sessions to be announced here soon

OTT & Direct to Consumer
Hall 5
    • OTT & Direct to Consumer
    Showfloor Stage (Hall 5)
    The Direct-to-Consumer / OTT Stage will be the focal point for Content Everywhere in its new home in Hall 5. The programme of panel discussions and product demonstrations is designed to help visitors update or expand their understanding of the diverse topics that are contributing to the continuing growth of the consumption of content online.

    More sessions to be announced here soon
Live & Remote Production
Hall 13
    • Live & Remote Production
    Showfloor Stage (Hall 13)

    The Live & Remote Production Stage will discuss how the broadcast industry is transforming and increasingly moving to IP for live production, how cloud production has enabled global access and large scale UHD projects and how AR and VR solutions have improved the viewing experience of sporting events during the Covid pandemic.

Exhibitors include: