The IBC Partnership Pavilion
At the Pavilion you can engage with representatives from each of IBC's owners, arrange meetings, digest specially curated content, learn about all their latest initiatives and find out how you or your company can get more closely involved.
Together at IBC they represent the interests of both exhibitors and visitors. Make use of this opportunity as they will offer an unrivalled wealth of knowledge and expertise they stand ready to welcome you with fresh insights into the issues impacting content creation, management and delivery.
IBC is run by the industry, for the industry. Six leading international bodies are IBC's owners, representing both exhibitors and visitors. Their insights ensure that the annual convention is always relevant, comprehensive and timely. It is with their support that IBC remains the leading international forum for everyone involved in content creation, management and delivery.
IBC's six owners include the IABM; Europe's largest professional body of engineers, the IET; IEEE Broadcast Technology Society; The Royal Television Society (RTS); The Society of Cable Telecommunication Engineers (SCTE); and the Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers (SMPTE).
Visit the IBC Partnership Pavilion during IBC to find out more about all of IBC's owners.
Running alongside the 2018 conference program was a series of free to attend presentations and case studies hosted by IABM, IEEE/BTS, SCTE and SMPTE and associations.
For 2018 the Big Screen programme focused on how innovation in tech is allowing us to bring stories to life like never before. SMPTE, with cooperation from HPA, presented a number of sessions covering everything from 'GenZ: What the future audience wants' to 'The latest formats, the best cinematography' and featuring a special session focusing on the use of HDR in BBC's Blue Planet II and The Grand Tour.
The IABM Future Trends Theatre in the Future Zone hosted a packed programme of presentations that explored up-and-coming technology and business trends and how they will segue from today's environment. The IABM Future Trends Theatre was designed to give attendees an understanding of how new technologies can enable business plans now, rather than being dismissed as way-out ideas and possible hype waiting to find practical use cases.
Following the Tech Bytes sessions exploring some of this year's best Technical Papers, the IET Panel Sessions explored emerging themes at IBC from cyber defence in broadcast and media to immersive and learnings from other industries.