Avid Graphics Tour — Redefining Graphics Across Europe

By in Graphics Solutions, News Production, Sports Production

To stand out in today’s competitive environment, media organisations need to connect to viewers in a whole new way. From delivering rich Ultra HD/4K content to augmented reality, the entertainment game is changing and revolutionising viewer experiences.

Hot off the heels of IBC 2016, we’re taking to the road to showcase the latest innovations from the Avid Studio Suite powered by the Avid MediaCentral Platform, including Maestro, PlayMaker and TD Control.

Join us this October and November in a city near you to find out how Avid’s ground-breaking solutions for sports, studio and news production enable you to…


  • immerse your viewers in the event through captivating graphics
  • tell the whole story and win the race to break news across all platforms
  • captivate your audience, everywhere, with immersive viewing experiences


With roadshows happening in London, Paris, Munich, Rome and Madrid, there’s no better time to see and hear out how Avid is reinventing the newsroom, redefining graphics, and changing the game for sports production.

We hope you can join us at one of the following dates:


Date City
October 20-21 Munich, Germany
November 1 London, UK
November  9 Rome, Italy
November 15-16 Madrid, Spain
November 16-17 Dubai, United Arab Emirates
November 24 Paris, France
November 30 Belgium
December 6 Stockholm, Sweden

To attend any of the above dates, please register now! Space is limited at each event so please register early.

Captivate Your Audience, Everywhere

With Avid graphics solutions, you can entertain and enlighten audiences through powerful visual storytelling, stunning imagery, and enhancements, so they keep tuning in for more.



As a Field Marketing Director for Program in EMEA I am lucky enough to work with some of the most interesting and inspirational artists, content creators and distributors in the media industry. Follow me on Avid Blogs for industry news and updates from across EMEA.