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The Tour June 2015 review
KitPlus The KitPlus Tour once again attracted record registrations and visitors at MediaCityUk and Shoreditch in June. The tour gives people the chance to see newly released kit from NAB (Las Vegas) for the first time but more importantly to spend quality time with manufacturers learning about new technologies.
Tags: iss103 | the tour | kitplus | kit | manchester | london | exhibition | seminar | workshop | industry | video | KitPlus
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4k - The biggest New Years resolution
John Ive Whether it is Ultra High Definition (UHD), 4K or 8K - the predictions surrounding when and if this higher resolution format will become a widespread reality are still rife in the broadcast and media industry. The consensus in the sector seems to be that we may be edging marginally closer. However, many of the barriers remain the same and there are fundamentals that still have to be addressed surrounding both content and challenges relating to delivery.
Tags: iss096 | iabm | uhd | 4k | 8k | broadcast | interbee exhibition | resolution | John Ive
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Final furlong of exhibition season with Peter Savage
[author] Well, here we are again, approaching the final furlong of exhibition season having back-to-backed BVE and CABSAT, and now planning NAB and, yes, my liver feels as though it is approaching the final fence at the Grand National.
Tags: iss076 | azule finance | exhibition season | exhibitors | nab | cabsat | bve | preparation | [author]
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Business travel
N/A Talking to people in the broadcast industry, it is clear that travelling to shows, exhibitions or to visiting customers and suppliers is still part and parcel of the trade we are in. As the saying goes, people buy from people.
Tags: iss068 | EF Travel | exhibition travel | bve | ibc | nab | N/A
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Silly Plugger
N/A Exhibitions are generally noisy, uncomfortable places where the chances of learning something interesting are widely variable. NAB and IBC are must-sees, of course, but otherwise I am not a great fan of exhibitions.
Tags: iss064 | mobile world congree | exhibitions | douglas adams | ibc | nab | N/A
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My first BVE
N/A This was my first BVE, and the last one that would be at Earls Court. It had a very different atmosphere to the rest of the shows I've been to. It was very friendly and a lot more relaxed. I guess for a lot of people, this is their home show, which helps. Also, it was all in one hall, which made navigating a lot easier! It also meant that our cameraman, Callum (we traded in Simon for a newer model), could have the camera on a dolly for the majority of the videos.
Tags: iss063 | bve | exhibitions | N/A
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Ask the expert exhibition travel
N/A The single most important thing about exhibitions is that customers go to trade shows with the sole intention of finding out what new solutions exist for their current problems. They want to know what you have to offer, and how you can meet their challenges. They positively want to talk about budgets and timescales. Why would you not want to be there?
Tags: iss062 | travel | exhibition travel | exhibition hotel booking | N/A
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Applying the milkshake theory
N/A In last months column I sounded off at a few of the crackpot ideas going around at the moment, like connected television. The point, if there was one, was that we seem to be overloaded at the moment with new technologies that exist solely for one of two reasons: that a bunch of engineers found they could do it, and/or a big manufacturer thought they could put a new logo on a product and bump the price up.
Tags: iss051 | milkshake | food chain | product development | cabsat | bve. nab | ibc | exhibition season | N/A
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