The broadcaster and publication are working together to create a full-day, free-to-attend sports tech event in November
Broadcast TECH is partnering with BT Sport on its forthcoming free-to-attend Sports Tech Innovation Forum, which is being held on Thursday 22 November.
BT Sport is hosting the event at its studio (pictured above) at its cutting-edge production centre in the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in Stratford.
The studio, which is home to many of BT Sport’s flagship sports productions, can comfortably seat 140 delegates. BT Sport is also providing a number of rooms for break-out sessions including roundtable discussions to continue the debate around some of the hottest topics of the day.
Broadcast TECH and BT Sport Sports Tech Innovation Forum kicks off with a keynote speech from BT Sport’s chief operating officer Jamie Hindhaugh. It continues with a series of compelling speaker sessions and case study presentations from the leading lights in sports broadcasting and production in the UK.
The Sports Tech Innovation Forum celebrates the ever-expanding role technology plays in all aspects of sports production, with discussions covering…
- Consumer trends in sports viewing, including 4K, HDR, high-frame rates and the devices and platforms used to access content.
- What 5G will mean for televising sports/remote production
- Case studies demonstrating pioneering uses of tech in sports production
- The increasing role of AI in sports – what it enables and what will be possible in the future
- How to plan, develop and market a successful sports OTT platform
- AR/VFX developments in virtual studios, on-screen graphics and match analysis
- The rise and rise of eSports
- The growth of live streaming, direct-to-consumer broadcasting
The event is free-to-attend, with sponsors currently including IT solutions and services provider Jigsaw24 and BT Sport’s in-house graphics partner Moov. You can register your interest in attending the event now by clicking here. For sponsorship opportunities and speaker enquiries, please contact Richard Hewes, or call Richard on 0208 102 0851.