TED to Broadcast Live Feed of TED2014 to Vancouver Public

Photo: Brian Chase | Flickr

Photo: Brian Chase | Flickr

TED invites the Vancouver public to watch a live outdoor broadcast of the entire TED2014 Conference on the Jumbotron screen at Terry Fox Plaza in Yaletown, Vancouver.

Arranged with the generous support of BC Pav Co., owners of BC Place and the Vancouver Convention Centre, and staffed by TED-knowledgeable volunteers from area TEDx events, the live broadcast will take place:

• Monday, March 17: 6pm-745pm
• Tuesday, March 18: 830am-745pm
• Wednesday, March 19: 830am-745pm
• Thursday, March 20: 9am-745pm
• Friday, March 21: 9am-1pm

See the Program Guide for the speaker lineup, plus the special All Stars Sessions, featuring shorter talks from past speakers.

TED has also invited accredited secondary schools, universities, libraries, community centres and NGOs to apply for a free webstream of the conference here.

Location: Terry Fox Plaza, BC Place Stadium, 777 Pacific Blvd

The city of Vancouver has overwhelmed us with its generosity and support,” said TED Community Director Tom Rielly. “In 30 years, we’ve never offered a live public broadcast to our host city, but this year we wanted to show thanks to the community that has welcomed us so warmly.”

The TED2014 Conference kicks off Monday, March 17 in the Vancouver Convention Centre and lasts through Friday, March 21. This marks TED’s 30th anniversary conference, and the first year the event will be held in Vancouver.


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