One of the best ways to keep up to date with all the news from IBC is through IBC TV, the event’s own television channel. It is produced onsite, and packed with comment, interviews and opinions from some of the key thinkers and opinion leaders at IBC.
There are a number of live broadcasts every day from the studio, based in Hall 13. The rest of the 24-hour schedule is made up of reports from around the show and on topics of interest to the IBC audience.
If you were used to waking up to IBC TV a few years back, then you will be pleased to know that there is a special breakfast edition streamed each morning – and every official IBC hotel offers free WiFi to guests to ensure you stay in the loop.
Every keynote session in the conference is streamed live, with informed comment and debate to follow. The channel’s popular anchor Martin Stanford will analyse the sessions with industry experts. As well as the streamed service, all of the content will be packaged and added to the rapidly growing archive of content available on demand. You can access the archive at any time at IBC.org.vod making it an invaluable resource all year round.