Register Now: Post IBC Review & Focus on OTT Sports Content Workflows

Published September 10, 2019

With the IBC show just days away, the industry is converging on Amsterdam for an intense few days of information exchange, showcasing of new technology innovation and peer networking.  In addition to its own events at IBC itself, MESA Europe will provide a further opportunity to analyse and discuss highlights from the show a few weeks later back in London.

The Post IBC Review has been a popular feature in the annual MESA Europe calendar for some years, providing the opportunity for participants to review the key outcomes from the show and discuss the expected impact of key announcements.

In 2018, the event was extended with the addition of a dedicated focus on OTT Sports Content Workflows, which exceeded all attendance expectations and featured a very strong presentation line up which generated a lot of informed and insightful industry interaction.

This year, in response to delegate feedback, the event will be even bigger, with even more use case focussed presentations and panel discussions.

The event will take place at the Holiday Inn Kensington High Street on 3rd October.

For speaking and sponsorship opportunities  please contact Jim Bottoms ([email protected]), Caroline Baines ([email protected]) or David Millar ([email protected]) or call the MESA Europe office (+44 (0) 1525 864 376.

For registration enquiries call or email Teresa Austerberry ([email protected]). 

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