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Did you miss the 2011 Annual IEEE Broadcast Symposium?
Now you have a second chance!
For the first time, the IEEE Broadcast Symposium offered a virtual attendance option in 2011 to extend its reach far beyond its Alexandria, Virginia physical venue. The entire Symposium was streamed live, as well as archived for on-demand viewing after the event. While nothing can take the place of actually being there, the on-demand content lets virtual attendees participate on their own time and at their own pace. Itâ€™s not just a webinar â€“ but an engaging and interactive experience that lets participants: view both the presenter and the presentation; access bios and abstracts; download slides, papers, and other handouts from the event; and, network online with the speakers and other attendees.
To see samples of the live sessions, view the "Samples" video on the left.
The virtual venue will provide you with on-demand access to the entire symposium, or to individual tutorials and presentations. This includes:
Half-day tutorials on
Two dozen technical presentations on
In addition, keynote speeches* are available on a complimentary basis. These include talks by:
Accessing Paid and Complimentary On-Demand Content
In-person attendees and virtual session registrants will have full access to the on-demand content as part of their paid registration. Simply log-in by clicking the "Sign In" button on the left and entering your existing log-in credentials.
If you did not register for the live event or the virtual live sessions and are interested in purchasing access to the on-demand content or viewing complimentary sessions, please register to enter the virtual venue by clicking the "Register" button on the left and following the simple instructions. Pricing is as follows:
The site will be accessible through October 2012.
* Note: Keynotes were recorded differently than the tutorials and technical presentations. Therefore, they may not be representative of the visual format or quality of the tutorials and technical presentations.