Tokyo: With the support of Japan Broadcasting Corporation (NHK) and National Association of Commercial Broadcasters in Japan (NAB-J), the Japan Electronics and Information Technology Industries Association (JEITA) has hosted the Inter BEE 2010 – an audio-video and communications broadcasting equipment exhibition at Makuhari Messe from November 17 to 19, 2010.
Currently in its 46th edition, Inter Bee has achieved remarkable success, in its role as a promoter of broadcasting technology. This year, in addition to traditional broadcasting, Inter BEE displayed a comprehensive selection of exhibits that provided an overview of a wide range of technological fields such as communications, IT, audio and lighting.
Here are the key highlights of the event:
The Tutorial Session: Targeting young people in the industry and students, instructors actively working in the video and audio domains help to nurture competent technicians in the workplace by imparting knowledge about equipment and system use, and contents creation techniques.
The Technical Report Conference on Commercial Broadcasting: An annual event that has been in place since the inauguration of Inter BEE. Front-line experts in the field of commercial TV discuss the constantly changing state of and problems facing commercial TV. This provides a valuable opportunity to learn about the course and direction of future broadcasting.
IPTV, Mobile TV, Crossmedia Zone: Here, people gather under one roof to see the latest IPTV services, and create a place to check-up on post-digitization mobile TV business. In addition to this, adopting a theme of digital signage, digital cinema and 3D images, a pavilion exhibition is kept where one can experience the possibilities and technological advancements of new media.
On the sidelines of Inter BEE, TBS Digicon6 also hosted an ‘Asia Contents Forum’ where the winners of respective countries showcased their work and key notes were delivered from the prominent film makers and directors of Asian countries.