Registration Opens for BVE 2014
James Rowley-Ashwood, Event Director, said, “This year’s event is truly a must-attend for anyone with an interest in creating and delivering compelling content on any medium. We have eight free seminar theatres that will feature over 200 industry experts sharing their experiences about a wide variety of topics, from cinematography and lighting to evolving broadcast workflows and the Cloud. The all-important networking opportunities will also be top of the agenda, with the Skills Zone offering invaluable careers advice and various events around BVE 2014 led by our partners.”
Confirmed speakers to date include BBC Scotland, Discovery Communications Europe, the British Film Institute, Twofour, Hat Trick, BAFTA and Film London. The seminars will be presented in the following theatres:
o 4K Theatre
o Broadcast IT Theatre
o Connected Theatre
o Producers’ Theatre
o Production Theatre
o Post Production Theatre
o Cinematography & Lighting Theatre
o Skills Zone
The comprehensive broadcast exhibition, featuring leading manufacturers and smaller yet innovative companies, has become something of a launch pad for new technologies and products, while the dedicated production services area offers a vast array of knowledge, advice and services for production professionals.
More details about the show will be announced in the coming weeks.
BVE is the UK’s largest event for professionals involved in taking content from creation to consumption. It attracts in excess of 15,000 visitors from more than 60 countries and combines expert-led free seminars with an exhibition that features 300+ of the leading manufacturers, distributors and resellers of professional production and broadcast equipment and systems. Covering everything from camera accessories to 360 workflow solutions, BVE truly is the essential broadcast and production technology event.
Visitors to BVE can expect to benefit from a choice of over 150 hours of free seminars and learning workshops, presented by experts in their field over the 3 day event, ensuring that they can upskill, learn about upcoming technology and share knowledge whilst also seeing, touching and testing the very latest kit and networking with their peers.