IBC TV has been capturing and broadcasting fascinating stories about IBC2015 since Thursday 10 September, and will be live on air until the end of the show on Tuesday afternoon. You can find it at www.ibc-tv.org.
This is a real TV anywhere service: it is streamed for the web and for mobiles so you can see it wherever you are. Remember that IBC has arranged for most of the hotels in the city to provide free Wi-Fi so you can catch up at any time of the day.
Stories and packages from the service can also be seen on some of the giant screens around IBC. IBC TV is shot and posted in HD, and there is a subtitle team on site to create these stories for digital signage as quickly as possible.
As well as the streamed service – which includes regular live broadcasting – IBC TV is also a VoD service. All the coverage is stored and archived, and can be accessed at any time. That does not mean just during IBC: this year’s stories get added to an impressive archive from previous years, all of which is available, free, at any time at www.ibc.org/VOD.
As well as generating its own stories, IBC also covers the major keynote presentations in their entirety, with informed comment afterwards. Today that includes a talk on how telcos are achieving significant advances in taking ground from traditional broadcasters, given by Delia Bushell, managing director of the UK’s BT TV and BT Sport. That is live at 10:00, on www.ibc-tv.org.