Organised by IFEMA from 20 to 22 may, BIT Broadcast will present innovations and technological solutions of 224 companies in 25 countries. More than 70 workshops, presentations, workshops and product demonstrations can be seen in the stands, and, together with the delivery of the prizes I Panorama to the excellence and innovation, will complete the contents of the 2014 Edition.
BIT Broadcast 2014, the call of IFEMA addressed to the audiovisual industry will present, from 20 to 22 may 2014, a more competitive and entrepreneurial than ever Edition consisting of new content and activities, in line with the changes that the sector is experiencing, and in which you take part 224 companies in 25 countries.
A strategic issue that opens the new horizon that draws the technological advancement of the image and sound, as well as new formulas of distribution and business models, in response to the needs of a sector that is essential, both in the economic context and the development of the information society.
The contents of BIT Broadcast 2014 deepen in new segments of supply and demand to address the audiovisual technology in its broader perspective, which together with the traditional broadcast, shows the latest solutions for emission multichannel device, OTT services, cinema, radio and television production, and those intended to cover the growing demand AV in areas such as digital signage , dynamic, Museum, advertising, control... with the latest proposals in projection and display.
Parallel to the trade show, BIT Broadcast, in collaboration with Panorama Audiovisual, (publication of reference for professionals of the world audiovisual and belonging, as Digital AV Magazine and Digital Security Magazine, the company Communication Underwood) has organized a program of more than 70 workshops that it will bring together leading industry experts in a context that is designed for the exchange of successful experiences and projects, as well as for the analysis of trends.
The workshop, which will be developed in a very dynamic format barely half-hour in morning and afternoon sessions, is structured around eight main themes that addressed a wide thematic catchment, study, IPTV, broadcast, radio, cinema, post-production, production and other AV solutions in professional environments.
Presentations, demonstrations and training sessions
Other activities especially prominent this issue revolves around the broad presentation program that it be carried out some of the participating companies, in its own stand, in order to offer visitors a detailed information of the proposal leading to the living room. The program covers from product demonstrations, interactive presentations, practical lectures, workshops, training sessions and masterclass, to live performances in a study of radio with live broadcast to show the applications of new technologies, as well as virtual sets of television.
Various activities are organized by Abertis Telecom, Abralia, Actuonda, Abacanto solutions, ADB Spai, Addtelecom - TVPrompt, AEQ, Alfalite, Blackmagic Design, Brainstorm Multimedia, Charmex, Crosspoint, data Media Technologies, Ebantic, Ericsson, Eurocom Broadcast, Falco Films, photo technique Import, group Area, Montain, Nau communication, Quantel, Sinopsy Integral distribution, Sony, Techex, Tedial, VCI Video Cine Import, Video Stream Networks and Xeltec Video.
In order to promote technological innovation in the audiovisual sector, the Audiovisual Panorama magazine will deliver the I Awards overview in the South Auditorium at Feria de Madrid on 20 May (19:15 hours), in the framework of the BIT opening day Broadcast 2014.
These awards, which are articulated into thirteen categories (equipment and technological solutions, facilities and projects, as well as the technical execution of programs of television and radio, film productions and spots) are intended to recognize excellence, technological development and innovation of businesses, professionals and productions in television, film, radio and advertising.
Along with thirteen awards in contention during the ceremony be delivered to Manolo Romero a lifetime award, in recognition of his long professional career that has devoted almost half a century the technical deployment of the Olympics since Mexico 68, both winter and summer Olympic events.
During the three days of BIT Broadcast, the show will feature the VIP room Panorama Audiovisual, a space in which professionals can exchange views, pause for a coffee in a relaxed atmosphere or access the Wi-Fi network in the room to check your mail or send that document of last-minute.
The Audiovisual Panorama VIP room will remain open from 10 in the morning to 7 pm next to the main entrance of the Hall 6 at Feria de Madrid.
The traditional broadcast has gone from a business model that survived from the birth of the own TV to a new scheme that already many qualify as anycast.
Acceleration capacity as broadband penetration (the new generation broadband grows 30% in Spain and has now reached the 18.35 million accesses), as well as the existence of more and more devices are connected, it will allow any advanced device or a social ecosystem come to become an aggregator of TV Premium. In this way, opens doors for the entrance of new players in the sector to which BIT Broadcast will direct his gaze.
In terms of workflow, the replacement of the old tapes by worksflows file-based and optimization of rules of compression with the development of more efficient standards are helping to consolidate distribution multichannel under parameters contained costs.
Finally, it is noteworthy that the R & D in this sector is a reference internationally in areas such as storage media management, integration, graphics or radiant emission systems or streaming. The 'made in Spain' technology is increasingly demanded by broadcasters worldwide because of our excellence in developing and manufacturing and, above all, proximity and customer service.
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