Events, meetings and conferences for media professionals looking to network with the best in the industry

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Forecast is our annual seminar that discusses how media distribution is evolving and how the changes affect different platforms.

Distribution strategies need to adapt to audience trends and to innovative technologies


Group Meeting - Invitation Only

Legal and Policy Committee Meeting

The Legal and Policy Committee is a body elected by the Legal and Policy Assembly


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Spectrum Policy Seminar 2008

The EBU seminar on spectrum policy ‘Why broadcasters need to take a position’ was organised on the 3rd June 2008 in Geneva.

Location: EBU, Geneva

Assembly - Members Only

Technical Assembly 2008

The 14th EBU Technical Committee meeting took place in Mainz on 15 and 16 May 2008, preceded by a special seminar called "HDTV - How to manage the transition". The Assembly elected its senior body, the EBU Technical Committee, for a two-year term.

Location: Mainz (DE)

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Archives Seminar 2008

The dutch archive organisation Beeld & Geluid, the EBU and FIAT-IFTA jointly organised a two-day seminar on the values of audiovisual collections and how to exploit those.

Location: Hilversum (NL)

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Production Technology Seminar 2008

This fully sold-out (47 organisations from 27 countries) EBU Production Technology Seminar 2008 addressed three key areas: Cross-media content production, HDTV and various system topics.

Location: Geneva (CH)

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