For the first time, the event will include a commercial exhibit with participants from Mexico, Venezuela, Brazil, Ecuador, Angola, Belgium, Spain, the U.K., Canada, the United States and many other countries.
Modern technologies in the fields of post production and virtual sets, as well as high definition cameras and other equipment will be on display at the exhibit.
The ICRT vice president said that many public TV companies, interested in exchanging with Cuba, will be at Havana’s Convention Center. Olazabal added that the festival also includes theoretical workshops and forums in which experts will discuss the latest developments in the world of television. And he noted that Cuban television expects to go digital by the year 2020.