Mumbai : The 20th Broadcast India 2010 Exhibition & Conference was held from 21st to 23rd October 2010 at the Bombay Exhibition Centre, Goregaon (E), Mumbai, India. One of the leading events of dedicated information about cutting edge technology of tomorrow in broadcast, film, audio, radio, IPTV and Mobile TV. More than 550 companies from 34 countries were present at the show.
This definitive event concluded after 3 days, obtaining a record high number of visitors to include professionals, companies related to the media and broadcast industry. Broadcast India 2010 Exhibition & Conference can look back on a long history of success with creative and technologically innovative products showcased. Following the resounding success of the previous events Broadcast India 2010 in its 20th year focused on the best in 3D cameras & rigs, post production workflows and delivery systems from every big manufacturer.
This year, Panasonic set the Television Broadcasting industry ablaze in Broadcast India 2 010, with the world’s first twin-lens integrated Full HD 3D Camcorder AG-3DA1 and carried out workshops on 3D film-making. Visitors were also highly impressed by the workshop conducted by Apple on Final Cut Pro, Logic & Motion training. ARRI presented their new Alexa Plus Digital Cinematography camera, which was recently unveiled at the IBC, Amsterdam.
Other leading manufacturers present at the show include Sony, JVC, Harris, Avid, Autodesk, Building4Media, Datavideo, Hitachi, Harman, Dolby, Sennheiser, Boston, Canon, Panther, Cooke Optics, to name just a few.
The Broadcast India Conference on 21st & 22nd October, 2010 had 27 distinguished speakers from around the world throwing light on subjects like VFX, 3D Stereoscopic imaging, TV Advertising, Sound in Broadcast, etc. setting a great informative and educative platform.
“This year the number of trade visitors were higher which facilitated a larger volume of trade as compared to previous years. More than 33 new companies exhibited for the first time which goes on to show that the industry benefits greatly from this event and the show is growing at a considerable pace. ” said Kavita Meer, Saicom Show Organiser. Broadcast India 2011 will be held from 20- 22 October, 2011 at Bombay Exhibition Centre, Goregaon (E), Mumbai, India.