LinkedTV @IBCShow 2015 discover linking television to the Web at Stand 8.F03. FREE entry into IBC with our code:

LinkedTV is pleased to participate as part of the 2nd Screen CC (Content Convergence) mini-cluster in this year’s IBC Exhibition.

The mini-cluster is a collaborative initiative of EU-funded research projects focused on developing innovative solutions for production, delivery, consumption and ecosystems for monetisation of 2nd Screen content. It is composed of 4 leading EU projects with the combined investment of more than 20M €, and the participation of leading business stakeholders and research institutions in the Media Area, including the BBC, Deutsche Welle, Fraunhofer IAIS, Huawei, RAI, RBB, Surrey University, TPVision and NEC, to name just a few.

Our customer code will allow you to register for the IBC Exhibition for FREE, even though early bird registration has closed. With your registration pass, you will also receive a travel pass for the show, which you can pick up from Information Points onsite. Just
register through https://ibc.itnint.com/IBC15/RegOnline/CreateAccount.aspx using the code 20755.

You can then locate us in the Future Zone (Hall 8) at booth 8.F03 and learn more about LinkedTV.

Find below a description of the demonstrators of the different projects:

  • SAM (http://www.socialisingaroundmedia.com): SAM will be demonstrating all the running prototypes developed in the 2nd year of the project. Content from SAM partners will depict the novel SAM proposal for 2nd Screen media related content production, syndication, monetisation and social consumption.
  • LinkedTV (http://www.linkedtv.eu/):LinkedTV will be demonstrating at IBC the first outcomes of its exploitation stages after the finalisation of the project. It will include all the final demonstrators on multimedia analysis for automatic annotation of TV programs.
  • MediaScape (http://mediascapeproject.eu/): MediaScape will be demonstrating the seamless discovery, authentication, synchronisation and adaptation of networked media content in different devices. These devices include HbbTV devices (such us TV sets of set-top boxes), browser based (HTML5) devices such PCs, Tablets, Smart Phones etc. and some other devices with more limited capabilities like radio devices.
  • Bridget (http://www.ict-bridget.eu): Bridget will be demonstrating running prototypes of the 2nd screen authoring tool and the content player, employing the BRIDGET flexible architecture based on the forthcoming MPEG MLAF format for Media-linking. We will also demonstrate advanced tools for content analysis, search and 3D augmentation to support efficient and low-cost production of exciting content.

See you in Amsterdam!!!

Original announcement at the mini-cluster page.

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