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IBC2020 cancelled due to Covid-19

IBC2020 cancelled due to Covid-19

IBC2020 cancelled due to Covid-19

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IBC2020, due to take place 11–14 September in Amsterdam, has been cancelled due to concerns for exhibitor and attendee safety in light of Covid-19. With many countries in Europe still in lockdown, IBC chief executive Michael Crimp said there were “many unknowns”. It would not be possible to guarantee delivery of a safe and valuable event, he said, adding that an early decision was best for the broadcast and media industry.

“It is evident that important aspects of a large-scale event such as IBC will be greatly altered by social distancing, travel restrictions, masks, etc. – so much so that the spirit of IBC will be compromised,” said Crimp. “With that in mind and based on what we know at this point, it is with a heavy heart IBC has made the difficult decision to cancel the IBC2020 show. You may have seen IBC and the IABM surveys on this topic. Evidence gathered from these IBC stakeholders helps to confirm this decision.

“While this is hugely disappointing for us all, IBC will continue to play a vital role in supporting the industry to get back on track wherever we are able.”



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