Along with traditional broadcasting, the trade fair will explore audiovisual technology convergence in fields such as streaming, digital signage, training, conferencing and all types of professional AV systems
Everything is ready for BIT Broadcast 2014, the IFEMA event for the audiovisual (AV) industry. From 20 to 22 May 2014, the new edition will be more competitive and enterprising than ever, with new content and online activities in line with the changes taking place in the industry.
BIT Broadcast 2014 marks a strategic edition, open to the new paradigm driven by technological advances in image and sound, as well as new distribution and business models, in response to the needs of a crucial sector for both the economy and the development of the information society.
All this and much more were on full display during the Broadcast it Experience workshops organised by IFEMA in conjunction with Panorama Audiovisual in October. A prelude to BIT Broadcast 2014, these workshops brought together more than 2,000 professionals over two days through a programme of conferences, round table events and networking activities, in which leading experts discussed key topics for the AV sector at present.
The success of the 2011 edition and its power of attraction, with the participation of 160 companies and attendance by 11,396 professionals, underscore the importance of this event as a platform for driving business and learning about the latest state-of-the-art breakthroughs.
This is precisely one reason for the new design of BIT Broadcast 2014, which will focus more closely on new supply and demand segments to address audiovisual technology in the broadest sense. Along with traditional broadcasting, the content of next year’s trade fair will explore audiovisual technology convergence in fields such as streaming, digital signage, training, conferencing and all types of professional AV systems. There is also an agenda fully of activities designed to create a forum for generating synergies, new business opportunities and contact with the sector's leading players.