Broadcast Academy is the proud partner of IBC, and together they promote training and build expertise of the broadcasting professionals around the world. Every year, the Broadcast Academy hosts a series of panel sessions and practical training sessions at the IBC to share experiences of working on major international sports events.
Day 1: Panel Sessions
The panels and topics have been carefully chosen keeping in mind the impact of next-generation technologies on live sports production workflows.
A deeply engaging discussion on editorial, technology, cost saving and efficiencies in the sports broadcast environment allows all attendees to benefit from the experience and relevant examples of the successes and challenges of the African, Asian-Pacific and Middle East broadcast industry and professionals.
DAY 2: Live sports directing with live TV simulator
The Broadcast Academy and EVS in partnership with IBC has worked towards developing live production and operations skills of broadcasting professionals with focus on bringing new talent into the industry and encouraging more women in the field of sports production.
The sample document below details the activity plan for the short training sessions organised at the upcoming IBC 2019, in Amsterdam on 16 September 2019.
About the Broadcast Academy
The Broadcast Academy was established with the purpose to create a broadcasting legacy by HBS. HBS was the host broadcaster of the 2002, 2006, 2010, 2014 and 2018 editions of the FIFA World Cup™, and has been responsible for the most watched sporting events on the planet and will continue to work towards 2022 FIFA World Cup™.This organisation has been at the forefront of innovation and has acquired the skills and knowledge by working with the best in the industry. To share this knowledge and improve sports broadcasting standards at an international level, the Broadcast Academy has been delivering its programmes in more than 20 countries around the world. It has trained more than 10,000 TV professionals from various fields since its inception.
The Broadcast Academy is unique in its approach as it relies on professionals and broadcast experts to help other professionals develop and improve their broadcasting skills. The training is customised to suit its audience with focus on skills that are relevant to the task, role and the industry.
The Broadcast Academy’s objectives are to:
• Share the knowledge and experience of best industry practices
• Standardise the skills to ensure consistency across coverage
• Develop and improve the TV broadcasting skills pool
• Deliver a hands-on experience to assist learning
The Broadcast Academy’s very existence rests on three pillars: Legacy, Gender Equality & Diversity and Sustainability.
Broadcast Academy has partnered with EVS to develop the Live TV broadcasting modules to help the professionals develop and improve their broadcasting skills.
EVS is the leader in the design of hardware and software solutions for live and fast-turnaround productions of Sports, News and TV Entertainment programs. Its innovative Live Slow Motion system revolutionised live broadcasting, and its Instant Tapeless Technology is now widely used in non-linear editing and High Definition Television the world over.
The company sells its branded products and integrated tapeless solutions in over 90 countries and is able to provide customer support services in any region. EVS is headquartered in Belgium and has offices in Europe, the Middle East, Asia and North America.