Broadcast Academy and IBC introduce training opportunity for students and women in sports

IBC is partnering with The Broadcast Academy (by HBS and EVS) to run two programmes on Sunday 17 September at IBC aimed at students and women in the sports broadcasting industry. These will provide attendees with the opportunity to develop their talent by offering them operational training and the chance to take on challenge of top level roles by using the brand new EVS Live TV Simulator.

You will be able to ask questions to experts in the industry, exchange ideas and take away a recording of your directorial debut performance, as well as understanding the principles of sports production. All sessions are free of charge, but limited places are available so book your place now.

Train Tomorrow’s Stars

Whether it is two cameras or 40, every director shares the same goal, to create the most exciting event possible for the audience to watch. This opportunity will improve your skill base to achieve that aim.

Attend the programme on multicamera sports direction where a top sports director will provide an introduction followed by hands on exercises. All participants will direct a live football match and thanks to our unique technology will sit in the director’s seat to call the shots.

By the end of the two-part session, you will have an overview of a sports production and the production equipment you need for the job.

Date: Sunday 17 September
Time: 09:30 – 12:30

Encouraging Women in Sports Production and Directing

The Broadcast Academy and IBC have prepared a special session for women willing to develop their talent and offer the chance to take on challenges of the top level roles in sports broadcasting.

Top sports directors will share their secrets and expertise to help you get ahead in the field. You will sit in the director’s seat to call the shots on a football match. By the end of the session, you will learn about the broadcast skills required to succeed.

Date: Sunday 17 September
Time: 14:00 – 17:00

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