IBC TV has been researching and broadcasting all the top stories from IBC since Thursday, and it will be on air until the end of the show on Tuesday afternoon. This is a live streamed channel, which you can find at www.ibc-tv.org.
The programming is all created on site, in the specially constructed production base in Hall 13. The team, led by anchor Martin Stanford, are generating stories from around the exhibition, as well as debates and expert opinion from the studio.
The team also covers many of the major events in the conference. Today, for instance, as well as the keynote presentation from Lord Puttnam, IBC TV will also be showing live two great conference sessions on storytelling in the multi-platform world and the future of the television experience.
Tonight, of course, IBC TV cameras will be at the awards ceremony, with highlights on air soon after the event.
All this is live in HD. The streaming system intelligently detects your device, so all you need to do is go to www.ibc-tv.org and the correct format will start streaming to you. Most IBC hotels offer free WiFi to delegates, so you can watch without worrying about data allowances.
As well as the 24-hour rolling streaming service, IBC TV is also a VoD platform. All this year’s coverage joins the archive from previous years which can be searched and watched when you need to. That does not mean just during IBC: the VoD service is available 365 days a year, and is free at any time.