Archived events


EBU, Geneva, Switzerland

The EBU Network Technology Seminar is the annual rendezvous for experts dealing with IP-based media production infrastructure, IT networks and storage solutions for broadcast media content. NTS 2020 is a fully virtual event due to the ongoing COVID-19-related restrictions.


In this public webinar, Roland Beutler (SWR), Andrew Murphy (BBC), Assunta De Vita (RAI), Simon Elliott (BBC), and Jordi J. Giménez (5G-MAG) will explore the role 5G could play in the distribution of audiovisual media content.

Tech Roundtable

This Roundtable addressed audio and accessibility professionals working for broadcasters and solution providers. The goal was to come to a better understanding of the potential roll-out of improved Speech Intelligibility services.

Online Event, Geneva, Switzerland

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


An explanation of the design and proper use of the EBU UHDTV HLG Colour Bars (EBU Tech 3373) by Simon Thompson (BBC R&D).

How to resume production of drama, studio programmes, and outside broadcast events following the COVID-19 crisis? EBU Members shared their approaches in this roundtable.


As the catalogues detailing the results of the latest round of JT-NM Tested are published, this free webinar will provide an overview, highlighting the key trends that emerged and the implications for those undertaking or considering a move to IP-based infrastructure for live production.

ONLINE, 14:00 - 15:00 Central European Summer Time (CEST)

Sustainability and minimized carbon footprints are becoming a more central topic for public service media organizations, and the COVID-19 crisis is likely to accelerate the discussion on these issues. Employees of EBU Members are invited to join this Roundtable and be part of the sustainable PSM conversation.


Ian Wagdin (BBC), Chair of the 5GCP group, Maria Dolores Pérez Guirao (Sennheiser) and Morten Brandstrup (TV2 Denmark) will present how 5G fits in the ongoing evolution of production technology and workflows.

A roundtable to discuss ideas, technologies and workflows that help to leverage archives, with an emphasis on needs arising during times of crisis such as the COVID-19 pandemic.