In this working notes paper the contribution of the LIG team (partnership between Univ. Grenoble Alpes and Ozyegin University) to the Multimodal Person Discovery in Broadcast TV task in MediaEval 2015 is presented. The task focused on unsupervised learning techniques. Two different approaches were submitted by the team. In the first one, new features for face and speech modalities were tested. In the second one, an alternative way to calculate the distance between face tracks and speech segments is presented. It also had a competitive MAP score and was able to beat the baseline.