The move follows growing concerns about the COVID-19 situation in The Netherlands, which has deteriorated over the past week, and feedback from the IBC exhibitor and visitor community.
Two of the media tech industry’s biggest companies will no longer be exhibiting at IBC. A source at Grass Valley has confirmed the company has decided to withdraw from exhibiting at the show, citing the Dutch government’s restrictions as the reason behind the decision. Blackmagic Design has announced it will no longer be at the show, as have Telestream and Canon.
At IBC 2021, Dec. 3-6 in Amsterdam, Digital Nirvana (Stand 7.A08) will feature solutions to transform and streamline broadcast captioning and metadata generation for media companies. The company will demonstrate […]
Mediaproxy, an international developer of software-based IP broadcast solutions, will highlight recent upgrades to its LogServer logging, monitoring and analysis system on stand 7.B44 at IBC 2021, Dec. 3-6 at the […]
Broadpeak, a provider of content delivery network (CDN) and video streaming solutions for content providers and pay TV operators worldwide, announced today that the company “has taken the tough decision” […]
IBC will go forward despite an ominous lockdown from the Dutch government running right up against the first day of the show. The conference’s smaller iteration may be a harbinger of trade shows to come.
AVIWEST, a provider of live video contribution solutions, will launch its new products and demonstrate the latest enhancements to its live video contribution and distribution systems at IBC 2021 in […]
Actus Digital, a provider of compliance logging and QA monitoring/alerting solutions, will showcase expanded workflows and enhancements to its AI-based, intelligent compliance and monitoring platform at IBC 2021 (Dec. 3-6 […]
Digital platform security provider Irdeto said today it has made “the difficult decision to withdraw from the IBC 2021 show. This decision was reached due to record levels of COVID-19 […]
Viaccess-Orca (VO), a global provider of OTT and TV platforms, content protection and advanced data solutions, announced today that in light of the recent surge in COVID-19 cases and enhanced […]
Following many years of active participation in the International Broadcasting Convention, DHD.audio today announced the company’s withdrawal from IBC 2021 due to the current COVID situation in Amsterdam and the […]
The group’s board said it decided to proceed with the in-person show “because it can be delivered safely and create the essential business momentum that the industry needs.”
At IBC2021 (Dec. 3-6 in Amsterdam), Broadpeak will highlight solutions designed to transcend quality of experience (QoE) expectations for video streaming. With Broadpeak’s CDN solutions, content providers and pay TV […]
Following a Nov. 2 update on COVID protocols by the Dutch government the IBC has announced that its “December event can go ahead in a safe and comfortable way.” Proof of vaccination or negative COVID tests will be required for entry, but once inside masks aren’t mandatory.
Globecast is taking the opportunity to explore and explain its fresh market approach across key sectors at IBC 2021 (Dec 3-6 in Amsterdam): OTT, remote production and media supply chains, […]
Sony has announced that it is withdrawing as an exhibitor at the 2021 IBC Show, slated for Dec. 3-6 at the RAI in Amsterdam. In a statement from a representative of Sony Europe, the company cited the ongoing pandemic as well as logistics, adding that it will have representatives at the show.
It will be delivered live in Amsterdam and online via IBC Digital and cover these themes: Production & Post Production, Content Supply Chain, OTT, Direct to Consumer (Content Everywhere), Live & Remote Production and Innovation.
IBC today announces the shortlist for its IBC2021 Innovation Awards. This year, the awards will celebrate the spirit of collaboration within the content and technology industry, where organizations identified a […]
This year, IBC is doing things differently with more content than ever available for free to the IBC Community — at the show and online. An expanded content program will take place across five stages, and attendees will be able to use IBC Digital to watch on demand and streamed content as well as book meetings direct with exhibitors.
Following industry consultation, the IBC Partnership Board says that December is the best date in terms of safety and industry readiness to engage. “Our conclusion is based on the results of the recent IBC exhibitor and visitor surveys and macro evidence of Europe opening up for business,” said Michael Crimp, IBC chief executive.
IBC has issued a call for entries for its IBC2021 Innovation Awards. This year’s awards program will focus on innovations underpinned by collaboration within the content and technology industry. The […]
The group is working with content and technology players to figure out how to come together again in a safe way. It’s launching exhibitor and visitor surveys and outlines a hybrid approach to provide inclusive participation for all attendees.
Building on its mission of “Empowering Content Everywhere,” IBC announced its strategic plan for 2021, focusing on the return of a live event in Amsterdam this year. IBC revealed plans […]