One of the best ways of keeping up to date on the latest news and issues from IBC2015 is through IBC TV. This is a 24 hour a day live web channel, produced on site and accessible on any device.
Led by Rob Curling, the popular presenter now firmly established as the voice of IBC, a team of reporters and professional crews are out and about around the exhibition and conference reporting on what is happening on the ground at IBC2015.
The keynote sessions are streamed live – including this morning’s presentation from JB Perrette of Discovery – and are followed by debates from industry pundits. Many other conference sessions are covered by IBC TV too, adding to the usual mix of technology, business and general interest stories.
The production base, and the studio for the live programmes, can be found in Hall 12. The production system is sponsored with equipment from EVS and Sony. From here, the team outputs a live schedule 24 hours a day, from today until the show closes on Tuesday afternoon.
You can find the service at www.ibc-tv.org: the streaming system senses the device you are watching on and ensures you get the very best quality. To allow you to make IBC TV part of your morning routine, IBC has arranged free Wi-Fi with most of the hotels for IBC delegates.
The live stream is not the end of the IBC TV story, though. All the content is packaged and made available for Video On Demand. You can catch up on this year’s stories, and those from previous years, at www.ibc.org/VOD