IBC TV is transforming itself this year, into a 24 hour a day, linear web channel which can be accessed on any IP connected device at any time. And yes – you can still wake up to IBC TV: IBC has negotiated free Wi-Fi in many of Amsterdam’s hotels to help you catch the latest stories.
Every keynote session will be streamed live, including this morning’s presentation from Matt Brittin, president of Google Europe. Following the keynotes, industry experts will analyse and debate what they have heard, in conversation with presenter Rob Curling.
Other conference sessions will also be covered by IBC TV, and of course there will be the usual mix of technology, business and general interest stories. The popular weather forecast will also be there.
The new look IBC TV is designed to bring you content everywhere. Presentations from the theatres in the three dedicated areas – IBC Content Everywhere Workflow Solutions in Hall 9, IBC Content Everywhere Cloud Solutions in Hall 3 and the IBC Content Everywhere Hub in Hall 14 – will also be available online.
Much of the IBC TV output, including all recorded sessions from IBC Conference and the show-floor theatres, will be made available as video-on-demand via the IBC Content Everywhere Touch & Connect Portal, which has been substantially re-designed and enhanced since its introduction last year. IBC TV VoD content will also be clearly signposted from the IBC, IBC Content Everywhere and IBC TV websites.
IBC TV will create more content, more analysis and more news from IBC and IBC Content Everywhere than ever before. The live streaming service is available from now until the show closes on Tuesday afternoon, and all of the sessions, features and interviews will be available on demand afterwards, extending the value of the IBC debate into the future.
Visit www.ibc.org/ibctv to find out more.