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  • This year’s Innovation Awards are even more inclusive and engaging, with changes to the categories designed to respond to a shifting industry landscape.
  • IBC to Include New Smart Media Technologies in its 2017 Papers Call

    IBC is delighted to announce that submissions for its prestigious Technical Papers and Posters have now opened. The technical papers will form the framework of new and exciting topics for the IBC2017 Conference and this year, in response to changes in the industry, the session producers are broadening the categories of submission to include smart technologies which support and process user-produced media and data.

  • Artificial Intelligence is a staple trope of film and TV plots from classics such as Bladerunner to recent Channel 4 series Humans, but AI is also emerging as a serious content creation tool.
  • The IBC2016 Best Conference Paper award went to a paper entitled 'WIB – A New System Concept for Digital Terrestrial Television'.

    IBC interviews one of the winning authors, Erik Stare of Teracom in Stockholm.

  • Each year the IET bestows the IET Journal Young Professional Award to the best IBC Technical Paper submitted by an author aged under 35. 

    IBC interviews this year's winner, Lucien Lenzen from RheinMain University of Applied Sciences in Germany, who received the award for his paper 'HDR for Legacy Displays Using Sectional Tone Mapping'.

  • Using Google's facial expression recognition API, winning project Skipaclass provides teachers with intelligent feedback on how students react to different parts of the course.

  • Developments in bandwidth, 5G and increased mobile viewing are expected to have profound implications for the broadcast industry.
  • Next month Amazon will unleash Clarkson, May and Hammond and the worldwide debut of The Grand Tour, the much anticipated new series from the former Top Gear team. You couldn’t get a more vocal or headline grabbing act with a ready-made global audience accumulated over many series by former masters BBC Worldwide.
  • 2016 saw the second IBC Hackfest, the live competition to create new technological solutions to help speed the future of the media industry. This year’s winner was Skipaclass.

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    CTO - Albrecht Electronic
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    CEO, Vevo
  • IBC is the exhibition that gives us the most exposure in the broadcasting industry. The exhibition is a really special show and is close to everyone’s hearts. It gets better every year and has got a great vibe.
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    Marketing Manager - TSL
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    Director of Marketing - Primestream
  • The greatest thing about IBC is that it provides the facilities to network with industry professionals whilst getting great knowledge on new technology.
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    Technical Support Engineer - BW Broadcast


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