Events, meetings and conferences for media professionals looking to network with the best in the industry
The EBU continues to monitor the situation and assess the potential impact of COVID-19 on its events in Geneva and across Europe in line with WHO guidelines and updates from national authorities. Please get in touch with your EBU event coordinator in case of any changes to the event programme and/or discuss your concerns and, if necessary, make alternative arrangements.
The annual Production Technology Seminar (online) focuses on recent and future developments in media production technology. It is a key industry event for those needing to make informed strategic decisions in the technical domain. PTS 2021 is held online.
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London School of Economic’s researcher Eleonora Mazzoli and Associate Prof Damian Tambini will jo...
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In this webinar, Facebook’s Strategic Partner Manager Carsta Maria Mueller will highlight and discuss tactics and best cases, focusing on communities and including best practices from different publishers.
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Notturno Online Meeting
During this second online session in 2020, participating countries in the Notturno night-time programme will assess the current challenging situation in terms of live recording content, explore new editorial possibilities and compile the best collective ideas on logistical and structural output. Chaired by Alina Velea (Romania) with the active participation of the BBC Notturno Editorial Team.
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World Music Workshop
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, WOMEX will not take place in Budapest on 21-25 October. The event is going digital and so is the EBU World Music Workshop, which will be held virtually instead.
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The EBU Media Cybersecurity Seminar assembles a line-up of leading security experts in the media industry for an exchange on current online security risks, mitigation strategies and industry trends.
The EBU New Radio Day is the annual meeting point for colleagues working in radio innovation, coming together to share projects, describe best practice, and learn from each other. It brings together programme-makers and technology experts, linking great content with attractive presentation and delivery. In this period of change, learning from each other is more vital than ever.
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