MESA Europe event at IBC & discounted IBC access

Published August 22, 2017

On the occasion of IBC, Europe’s largest broadcast technology exhibition, we are delighted to offer MESA Europe members, Localisation Council participants and invited guests the opportunity to join us for a breakfast briefing aimed at helping to unravel the intricacies of doing business across national borders and to provide an update on localisation technology developments, industry best practice and compliance.

This highly informative and interactive session will take place in Amsterdam, on the morning of 15th September.

The event, hosted by Amsterdam based DMC (recently acquired by TVT) will feature a series of short presentations, an informed panel discussion and open floor debate, in a relaxed atmosphere over breakfast, before the doors to the RAI and IBC 2017 open.

Among the sessions confirmed are:

  • Content Management, Localisation and Technology
  • Understanding the International Content Distribution Challenges
  • Managing Rights Across Platforms and Borders

MESA Europe is an association partner at IBC 2017, which means members and participants in our special interest groups can benefit from the following:

  • 10% discount on conference passes
  • Free exhibition passes

For further information about the Amsterdam event, please contact:

David Millar, E: david@mesaeurope.org
Jim Bottoms, E: jim@mesaeurope.org 
T:  +44 1525 864 376

To take advantage of this discount please email Teresa Austerberry (teresa@mesaeurope.org) for a discount code.

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