EditShare, AVIWEST Drop Out of IBC 2021

EditShare and AVIWEST are the two latest companies who will not be attending the 2021 IBC Show in the Netherlands.

Here is the following statement from EditShare:

We have been closely monitoring the current situation in the Netherlands and, given the uncertainty around COVID-19, have made the decision for the health and safety of our staff to withdraw from the IBC Show. While the decision was not an easy one, the wellbeing of our team, customers and partners is paramount.

IBC is an important event for EditShare and the media industry as a whole and we will return to the show floor in 2022. Until then we invite you to connect with us online or in person in your region.

Over the past year, EditShare has significantly expanded its local presence around the world and our in-house media experts and channel partners are here to help you experience firsthand new EditShare innovations and how our media solutions can help you Create Amazing Together. 

Here is following statement from AVIWEST:

Due to the current COVID situation in The Netherlands and following the recent statement from the Dutch Government, AVIWEST has made the difficult decision to withdraw from IBC2021. Our priority is ensuring the safety of our staff, partners and customers.

We remain enthusiastic about presenting AVIWEST’s latest innovations and would like to invite you to a webinar on November 25, which will focus on new, ground-breaking solutions for live remote production:

  • PRO460, our brand new backpack 5G transmitter offering 4K UHD and multi-camera capabilities for live remote production
  • LiveGuest, an easy and seamless live video calls solution to interview remote guests
  • RACK400 our latest generation of high-end 4K UHD encoder offering outstanding live broadcast quality 

These announcements comes after last week’s news that a number of companies, including Blackmagic Design, Canon, Grass Valley, LiveU, and Telestream, also dropped out.

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