Heart Rhythm TV


Heart Rhythm TV

Heart Rhythm TV launches at the Heart Rhythm Society’s 38th Annual Scientific Sessions 2017 in Chicago and brings a thrilling new element to the conference, using video to enhance your experience throughout this world leading event. It will serve as a unique platform to highlight the most important issues within the fields of cardiac pacing and electrophysiology.

Partnering with award winning international film and broadcasting company WebsEdge, Heart Rhythm TV will produce a daily episodes throughout the conference. Each episode will feature:

  • Conference News: Onsite, Heart Rhythm TV will film interviews, capture session highlights and hear delegates’ insights and reactions from around the conference.
  • In-Depth Reports: Five-minute documentary style films from universities, institutions, and organizations looking to highlight programs, case studies and ongoing initiatives that are making a difference.

​Attendees will be able to view Heart Rhythm TV in a host of different ways. At the conference itself, Heart Rhythm TV will be on screens around the venue as well as available in selected hotel rooms. HRS will also make the program content available on its website, YouTube, and across its social media channels.


Sponsored by 

Guys/St. Thomas’ Hospital on behalf of Kings College London
Istituto di Ricovero e Cura a Carattere Scientifico (IRRCS), Milan, Italy
Mayo Clinic
Stanford Arrhythmia Center at Stanford University
Texas Cardiac Arrhythmia Institute
UCLA – Electrophysiology Department
USC Keck – Electrophysiology Department


Prior to the conference, WebsEdge will be reaching out to organizations to discuss the opportunity of producing a film about their work, to be included in the Heart Rhythm TV program. There is a cost to be featured on these pre-recorded slots and only a limited number of organizations will be featured in Heart Rhythm TV. If you are interested in learning more about the in-depth reports, please contact Tom Sapsted.  



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