Registration opens for The Media Production & Technology Show 2022!
The UK’s largest event for the media and broadcast sectors, The Media Production & Technology Show (MPTS), is back at London’s Olympia on 11 and 12 May to host its 2022 edition, with a range of new attractions.
From Media Business Insight (MBI), MTPS 2022 will bring together more than 8,000 attendees from across the industry hosted in the National Hall at Olympia. The interactive exhibition and seminar programme will cover all aspects of broadcast, content creation and technology including audio, remote production, lighting, post, sports broadcasting, training, production and much more.
To mark today’s launch announcement, MPTS has unveiled a new content theatre dedicated to technology in broadcast and media, and for the first time, a partnership with AV Magazine & AV User Group hosting the brand-new AV Theatre, as well as some exciting new exhibitors joining the many companies returning to the show.
Since the acquisition of BVE in late 2019, MPTS has been focusing on developing its tech sector footprint with some of the largest names in the market and looks forward to welcoming a wider audience to this year’s event.
The new Technology Theatre, in partnership with Ross Video and supported by SMPTE, is a new feature on the show floor that brings together the UK’s leading tech experts speaking across a variety of topics covering 5G, AI/Machine Learning, Cloud Tech, Future Tech Investment, the Metaverse and Next Gen Supply Chain. The theatre also showcases the latest data, technical knowledge and learnings that you need for future projects.
The Audio Theatre will provide visitors with a true sense of the latest trends and innovations in sound, ADR, Dubbing & Mixing, Location Sound, Music Composition, Podcasting and Sound Restoration. The theatre complements the Audio Zone, which showcases more audio suppliers, technology and services than ever before.
MPTS is excited to welcome a variety of new companies in the tech sector to the show this year including Adder, Clear-Com, Dejero, LiveU, Mark Roberts Motion Control (MRMC), Mo-Sys, Riedel and many more. Exhibitors returning and supporting the show once again in 2022 include Blackmagic Design, Canon, CueScript, EditShare, Imagen, Jigsaw24, JVC, NewTek, Panasonic, Ross Video, SanDisk, Sennheiser and TVU Networks to name but a few.
Charlotte Wheeler, director, Broadcast Tech & Sport Group, said: “As we all know, it has been a difficult time for our industry these past couple of years, and as the first UK broadcast technology tradeshow to take place for two years, the MPTS team has been working hard to ensure we deliver an outstanding show for 2022, bringing our community back together to reconnect, network and celebrate our much-loved industry.
“With the UK as a vibrant and essential hub with so many of the world’s best content creators developing and producing content on our home ground, MPTS is located to perfectly bring creator excellence together. We are so excited to welcome everyone to a larger show that delivers a real hands-on experience of the latest technologies, together with world-class speakers covering all aspects of audio, content creation, pre-production, production, post and distribution. MPTS 2022 already looks to be an unmissable event.”
More details about MPTS 2022 will be revealed in the coming weeks and information can be found by visiting the website at: www.mediaproductionshow.com.
Register for MPTS 2022 here.
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