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SMPTE Stand 8.F51f A s an IBC2014 partner, SMPTE is once again supporting the Rising Stars program, which offers exclusive conference sessions tailored to tackle the topics most important to young professionals. This popular program gives new entrants to the broadcast industry the opportunity to meet top industry experts across a series of specially staged sessions and events. Throughout the show, SMPTE members will volunteer their time and expertise to provide guided tours of the exhibition floor to Rising Stars participants. Through this program, SMPTE helps to foster the successful rise and advance of young creative, business, and technology professionals working within the industry. EDITING? EDIT FASTER www.smpte.org/join Forbidden Technology F orbidden Technologies plc will serve as one of the core technologies behind IBC TV’s expansion into year-round programming. And, for the first time, Forscene will play a role in managing video content for the prestigious IBC2014 Innovation Awards. “We have partnered with IBC TV for the past six years to provide access to news footage during the week of the show, and now IBC TV will get even more value out of that partnership by using Forscene to make show footage available all year long,” said Greg Hirst, business development director, Forbidden Technologies plc. “Now anyone who is authorised will be able to use Forscene to tap into IBC TV’s wealth of content and reuse it long after IBC is over.” www.forbidden.co.uk Stand 8.B38e 10% OFF CODE: TVBAY8 TV-BAY MAGAZINE: ISSUE 92 AUGUST 2014 | 33 TV-BAY092AUG14.indd 33 08/08/2014 15:28