MESA Europe hosts pre-IBC Breakfast Briefing in Amsterdam

Published August 7, 2018

Once again MESA Europe will host a pre-IBC breakfast meeting for members and invited guests on 14th September in Amsterdam, with the opportunities and challenges presented by the growth in international content distribution sitting at the heart of the morning discussion.

Technology progression has driven international content demand in recent years while also underpinning the solutions that the industry is turning to in order to meet the wants and needs of programme makers and distributors.

Attendees will gain informed insights and share in some interesting real use case examples of what is involved, the pitfalls to avoid and the ways in which technology can assist in helping to fulfil the expectations of the industry.

Topics to be addressed during the discussion will include:

  • International Rights Management
  • Managing Global Content Distribution
  • Efficient and Secure Cross Border Workflows
  • Where Can Technology Play a Bigger Role?
  • Meeting the Needs of an International Client Base

The Industry Briefing will take place at the Hilton Amsterdam on the morning of 14th September.

For further information, please contact Jim Bottoms (jim@mesaeurope.org) or David Millar (david@mesaeurope.org) at MESA Europe or telephone +44 (0)1525 864 376.

For registration enquiries please contact Teresa Austerberry (teresa@mesaeurope.org).

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