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 EBU Data Protection Officers Group (DPO Group) brings together Data Protection Officers, Senior Privacy Legal officers and experts in data protection issues from across the EBU Membership.
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Adapting to the global health emergency, the 2020 winter sequel of the EBU Documentary Experts meeting will take place online with a brand new format. A new opportunity for EBU Members joining to either pitch the projects they have in development or to join forces and build future collaborations. The projects to be selected are dedicated to cultural issues, current affairs or subjects related to contemporary history.
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In this session, we will share imaginative initiatives from EBU broadcasters to promote a more diverse radio and music world.
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Digital Media Days is an exciting forum and networking event for all media professionals, with a focus on the digital future. The 2-day conference brings together commissioning and planning editors, producers and creative staff from all types of programming and media.
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Sports Assembly brings together the Heads of Sport, senior sport representatives and executives of sports federations from around the world. This meeting gives delegates the opportunity to network and discuss the challenges affecting sports rights market and sports broadcasting today.
Location: Oslo, Norway
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The changing media landscape and the presence of global SVOD providers led EBU Member Organizations in investing in the production of better (and sometimes more expensive) titles – especially in fiction and documentaries – to meet the new competition. The result is that additional budgets often have to be secured to be able to coproduce with external producers.
Location: SVT, Stockholm, Sweden
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AI and Machine Learning (ML) rank among the main drivers of innovation in the media industry, and their impact could be immense. How can public service media leverage the potential of Artificial Intelligence? This event addressed strategists, technologists, engineers and developers and will focus on practical use-cases.
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The BDI 'Data in the Newsroom' workshop, kindly hosted by IRT in Munich, brought together 70 experts and professionals to to discuss how AI and Data are affecting, and can be leveraged in, the newsroom.
Location: IRT - Institut fuer Rundfunktechnik GmbH - Munich / Germany
Building on the work of the first Radio Archive Workshop, held in February 2018, we are again hosting the event centred around radio archives for archivists, technologists and content creators.
Location: EBU, Geneva
The EBU Digital Radio Summit returns for 2019, discussing current hot topics around Digital Radio. This event is part of the EBU Digital Radio Week, 11-14 February 2019.
Location: EBU Geneva