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A unique conference for European broadcasters


IT Broadcast Workflow (ITBW) is Europe’s premier event charting the development and adaptation of file-based operations in European broadcasting organisations. ITBW is now in its sixth year and promises to deliver a wide range of innovative case study practices.


Enhance workflow efficiency Reduce operational costs. Networking Opportunities


ITBW 2014 will once again take place at the prestigious BAFTA in central London on Tuesday July 8th.


Following the success of the revised format last year, networking drinks in the evening will follow the day’s extensive case study programme.


Platinum Sponsor Gold Sponsor emotion S Y S T E M S Silver Sponsor MC Patel CEO, Emotion Systems


Simon Leppington Strategic Solutions Architect, Ericsson Broadcast Services


Formidable line-up of speakers will include:


Kevin Burrow DPP Technical Standards Lead and CTO Broadcast and Distribution, Channel 4


Jim McGrath


Senior Vice President Global Media Engineering, Discovery Communications


Craig Russill-Roy Head of AdPro, Adstream


WHO SHOULD ATTEND


Chief Technology Officer, Director of Technology, Media Manager, Head of Production Resources, Director of Engineering, Chief Information Officer, Head of Post Production, Technical Operations Manager


Supporters


To register or for further information visit: www.broadcastworkflow.com


A TVBEurope event Follow us on Twitter @ITBworkflow


For more information on delegate bookings contact: Debbie Opeyokun +44 (0) 20 7354 6001 debbie.opeyokun@intentmedia.co.uk


If you are interested in sponsorship and speaking opportunities contact:


Ben Ewles +44 (0) 20 7354 6000 ben.ewles@intentmedia.co.uk


Steve Connolly +44 (0) 20 7354 6000 steve.connolly@intentmedia.co.uk


Richard Carr +44 (0) 20 7354 6000 richard.carr@intentmedia.co.uk


Tickets Now Book £149 plus VAT


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