Broadcast Beat Magazine September, 2015 - Page 15


Thursday 10 September

The Big Question: Is TV facing up to the Internet Era?

17:15 - 18:15

How will the TV industry ensure it delivers given the new expectations set by Internet services?

Friday 11 September

Programming with Global Ambition. The Remarkable Expansion of Discovery Communications

10:00 - 11:00

Today, Discovery reaches 3bn subscribers around the globe with an average of 10 channels in each of its 220 countries.

In Conversation with...Chaos and Quality - the foundations of TV's New World Order

18:00 to 18:30

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Saturday 12 September

10:00 - 11:00

Over the Top Comes of Age

The appetite by consumers for online-delivered video is growing. It's a big part of the future for all content providers and broadcasters.

Sunday 13 September

Enter the Age of Mobile

9:30 - 10:00

Smartphones are now shipping at a rate of over one billion each year, revolutionizing the way that the world creates, transmits and consumes content.

Telcos Tune into Broadcasting. How BT is Remaking its Business for the 21st Century

10:00 - 11:00

BT Sport and BT TV products are shaking up the competitive landscape for TV and communications services in the UK. Having agreed to pay £7.6m for each of the 12 Premier League games it will air exclusively from 2016, BT is taking its TV business seriously.

Monday 14 September

IBC Big Screen Experience: Extending the Creative Pallet - Vision from Pixar and ILM

9:30 - 11:00

In this IBC Big Screen Experience Keynote, film-makers from The Walt Disney Studios' Tomorrowland and Disney Pixar's Inside Out present their experiences in creating and distributing two of this summer's most ambitious blockbusters: the first two movies ever released in a cinema HDR format.


IBC Issue September 2015