Events, meetings and conferences for media professionals looking to network with the best in the industry
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Join this webinar to learn how BBC R&D is bringing together ML-based computer vision and other automation tools in its Cloud infrastructure, and how the organization thinks media production in the cloud should work.
In this public Roundtable, several broadcast organizations will present how they started on their journey of using carbon calculators to measure the sustainability of productions, their lessons learnt along the way and what their refined methods look like now.
Media Steering Group Meeting
The newly elected Committees in Media will meet for the first time. An update will be given on the key priorities raised by these Committees in order to align our actions and consolidate the 2021/2022 EBU Media Work Plan over the summer.
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TV Acquisitions Virtual Meeting
This meeting brings together acquisitions contacts from across TV programme genres for a briefing and discussion on a new EBU service to be launched after the summer break which will allow EBU members to launch collective pre-buys of high-end content. The service targets drama and factual programmes initially, but can be applied to live entertainment, events and other genres. During this meeting EBU TV and the Media Intelligence Service (MIS) will launch a jointly-commissioned survey to discover trends in acquisitions from within the public-service broadcasting sector, and from the wider industry.
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This webinar will explain what electromagnetic compatibility is and why it is important. Aiming to make this subject more accessible, it will highlight some examples of interference sources and introduce the key standards bodies, showing how they relate to each other and how the EBU can influence outcomes.
Welcome to the delegates of the 86th General Assembly. We have an exciting programme lined for you, including a welcome speech from EU Commissioner Thierry Breton and 2 special sessions on the Olympics and local news respectively.
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The Public Service Media Funding and Governance Group considers legal, policy and strategic issues relevant to publicly funded broadcasters.
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This webinar explained the amendments made in 2008 to the Telecom Package Directives which regulate spectrum allocation.
Location: Online - 14:00 (CET)
Are Service Oriented Architectures only promisses or are they real? Learn more about what SOA are and how they may help you.
Location: Online - 15:00 (CET)
Key industry players ranging from service providers to CE providers, which included pioneering broadcasters, presented their use of P2P technology and their experiences.
Location: Geneva (CH)
The broadcasters grouped in the EBU, every year have their own 'EBU Village' at the International Broadcasting Convention. This year the main theme of course included HDTV, but there was more.
Location: Amsterdam (NL)
The first International Workshop on Automated Information Extraction in Media Production (AIEMPro), was held in conjunction with the 19th edition of DEXA.
Location: Turin (IT)
The 2008 EBU Networks Seminar was titled "Media Networks in Action", with as core theme the relentless migration away from dedicated media networks.
Location: Geneva (CH)
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)
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)