18th Sep 2017

The IBC 2017 conference and exhibition, hosted at Amsterdam’s prestigious RAI conference centre, promises global media, entertainment and technology professionals the chance to discuss and debate today’s industry challenges, and delivers invaluable networking opportunities, in addition to hosting more than 1,700 exhibitors across fifteen halls.

IBC has been a popular event for more than five decades, beginning its life as the International Broadcasting Convention, and has grown from strength to strength as the industry has expanded, now encompassing every modern aspect of media creation management, technology and delivery.

Registration is now open for the event held from 14th-19th September 2017, which comprises of the conference, exhibition and IBC Content Everywhere – a separate, tailored event that is designed to reflect the ‘very different nature of media connectivity in an IP world.’

About the IBC 2017 conference


This year, more than 400 speakers will present over 90 sessions discussing some of the major challenges professionals face within the ever-changing industry. Keynote speakers include experts from all areas, and some of the issues for discussion will be:

  • The future of broadcasting
  • Intelligent media
  • Business integration and pay
  • Mainstream news reporting
  • Children’s content
  • eSports broadcasting
  • Cyber attacks
  • Global and regional OTT
  • Live video streaming
  • The introduction of 5G
  • VR
  • AI
  • Ultra HD
  • Key trending
  • And much more.

IBC 2017 is the place to go to find out more and participate in real industry discussions and debates about the future of the industry and its sectors.

About the IBC 2017 exhibition


More than 1700 exhibitors will attend this years’ event across 15 halls in the prestigious convention centre, providing something for everyone in six days of packed program. With an unmatched opportunity to gain insights into the creative, technical and innovative solutions available in the constantly-changing industry today, media and broadcasting professionals all over the world simply cannot afford to miss out.

This years’ exhibitors are arranged into ‘zones’ within the exhibition centre, covering Creation, Management and Delivery, and include new start-ups, in addition to some of the industry’s best-known contributors to technology and innovation.

The event will provide visitors with a range of free-to-attend sessions, panel interviews and demonstrations to keep them busy for the entire six days, and will offer Launch Pad businesses a chance to showcase the latest products and services in a dedicated area.

What are you waiting for? Register today, and join your peers at the global media and broadcasting industry’s biggest, and most significant event – IBC 2017.

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