If there is one common thread that stretches across the whole of Europe, it is football. Amidst a myriad of cultures, sports and languages, football unites the continent, driving revenues for broadcasters and the whole sports video production community as it does. It is in the football stadiums of Europe that new technology is pioneered, standards are decided, and the techniques that underpin sports broadcasting are refined to perfection.
On February 29th, and with Euro 2012 just around the corner, broadcasting professionals, clubs and federations from across Europe will gather in the Salon Chanmpion at the Stade de France to examine the issues surrounding football broadcast production across the continent. Featuring an in-depth look at the planning of Euro 2012, from both a broadcast and stadia viewpoint, the SVG Europe Football Production Summit will also examine the state-of-the-art of 3D production, the importance of monetising assets via Media Asset Management, ways of engaging the fan via the second screen, the growing importance of data online and on-screen, and much more.
10.30 – Registration Opens
11.00 – Stadium Tour (optional)
12.00 – Networking Lunch
1330-1400: Euro 2012 overview from Uefa
1400-1500: Perspectives in Football Broadcast Technologies
1500-1530: Networking Break
1530-1630: Football Club Perspectives
1630-1730: Next-Gen Technologies: 3D, 4k, and Beyond
1730-1745: Closing Address