Phew it’s been an exciting first few days of the Show. Hear the latest.. on podcast II.Second Boat Show podcast
Studio now live at the Show.
Interviews now being uploaded to Event Broadcast Media
Show opens at 10:00 tomorrow.
Radio stations needing audio from the Show please call us now.
The 45th Show welcomes back the Royal Navy – with a splash, gives more people the chance to get afloat during their visit, features a host of “celebrity” boats and sees over 100 boats make their UK debut.PSP Southampton Boat Show 2013 preview
We are delighted to be working with National Boat Shows once again at this year’s PSP Southampton Boat Show.
The Event Broadcast team will be on site to provide radio news syndication live from the show and promotional podcasts.
Broadcasters wishing to attend the show or receive material please contact us.
Press and preview day is on Friday 13 September and the show runs until 22 September.
National celebration of Seafarers, the forgotten workforce
Andrew Wright, CEO Mission to Seafarers on Sea Sunday 2013
Sea Sunday is a national event giving people the chance to thank the brave and dedicated seafarers that deliver over 90% of the food and goods the UK uses every day.
Special services, fundraising events and ship blessings will be held all around the country. Over 600 churches will be supporting the Mission to Seafarers on the day.
Seafaring can be a tough, isolated and hazardous career. The work of a seafarer is one of the most difficult and challenging jobs in the world. They may be away from family and friends for months or even years at a time.
The Mission to Seafarers supports seafarers in need in over 260 ports in 71 countries around the world, through its global network of chaplains and volunteers who offer a warm welcome, practical and financial support, advocacy services, access to legal advice and family liaison.
The Mission is entirely funded by voluntary donations.
The WebScience 2013 conference, held in Paris and organised by the University of Southampton was an academic gathering of the world’s leading thinkers from a number of fields including computing, social science, law, economics, philosophy and psychology.
There was a wide range of keynote addresses, a selection of workshops and a fringe programme to explore ideas surrounding
- Social Networks,
- Understanding online communities,
- Analysing the human interactions inherent in social media,
- Developing “accountability” and other mechanisms for enhancing privacy and trust on the Web.
The podcast was created to provide a flavour of the content.
Seawork International is the largest and fastest growing commercial marine and workboat event to be held in a European working port.
Now in its 16th successful year, Seawork attracts over 450 exhibitors and 7200 visitors from all over the world. Seawork takes place in a single-storey venue which converts to a top grade facility of international standard.
Frank Dixie from PSP on company expansion at SeaWork
Contract signing for Damen at SeaWork
Revolutionary outboard gets a dunking at SeaWork
Event broadcast’s Tracey Clarke interviews David Dimbleby about relaxing on the water. The Old Gaffers Association celebrates a milestone anniversary at the Show.David Dimbleby talks to Tracey Clarke
This second podcast from the Tullett Prebon London Boat Show captures the atmosphere of the first two days of the show, gets BBC’s Chris Evans view on boating, chats with Sir Ben Ainslie, finds out more about brushing up your boating skills with the RYA, gets up close to the stunning all new Range Rover and celebrates with the Royal Navy.
London Boat Show Second Podcast