Archived events

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27th Technical Assembly

The TA takes stock of current and future media technology trends and reviews the work done on behalf of the EBU Membership. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, the TA 2021 will be held largely online.

LTN Global & SIngular Live - Tech Roundtable

This EBU Tech Roundtable takes a look at cloud-based production tools from LTN Global & Singular Live.

MDN Workshop 2021

The MDN Workshop is the annual meeting point for developers working on Metadata and Artificial Intelligence in broadcasting. It is open to the public.

Cloud Production Experiences - LiveOS (VRT)

In this EBU Tech Roundtable EBU Member VRT experiences with a LiveOS Proof of Concept were shared.

Cloud Production Technology - NetOn.Live

This EBU Tech Roundtable took a closer look at NetOn.Live's solution for live production.

Cloud Production Technology - Tellyo

This EBU Tech Roundtable took a closer look at Tellyo's solution for live production.

The Future of Broadcast - Preparing for WRC-23

Join this webinar to learn about the EBU's position regarding the future use of the 470-694 MHz spectrum, and our preparations for WRC-23. The webinar is open to EBU members (employees of most public media organisations in Europe and beyond).

HDR Workflows in Adobe Creative Cloud

In this webinar, Pierre Routhier (CBC/Radio-Canada) shared his insights on using Adobe Premiere and Media Encoder for handling HDR video.

Sustainability Summit

The Sustainability Summit 2021 was an online event for sustainability specialists and enthusiasts. The 2021 programme provided a full overview of all relevant sustainability topics with regards to their applicability within media organizations.