IABM Future Trends Channel
An online launch pad for innovation with a packed agenda of presentations that explore up-and-coming technology and business trends and how they will segue from today’s environment.
Live - 7 September
Live - 14 September
Live - 21 September
Live - 28 September
Cloud & Virtualization
The coronavirus pandemic has significantly accelerated the move to the cloud that was already underway. The leading BaM Content Chain® segments are Manage and Publish, but adoption is accelerating in every segment.
The Virtual Week will focus on everything related to cloudification and dematerialization of media operations, including innovative technology solutions to address social distancing, at-home production and distributed media workflows. Are we now heading all the way into the cloud and remote models? What are the technologies that are already enabling this move – and what’s coming next?
IABM Future Trends Live Cloud Event
This live panel session will focus on cloudification and dematerialization of media operations, including innovative technology solutions to address social distancing, at-home production and distributed media workflow.
We will be asking our panelists about how they have drastically shifted their risk preferences regarding moving to cloud-based operations along with the challenges that remain to be addressed for media technologists in cloud-based operations in production.
Hear from our experts about whether the industry still needs to develop when it comes to streamlining multi-cloud workflows and what the primary delivery mechanism will become as we emerge from the pandemic.
Finally, we will hear how these companies have changed their development practices with a greater focus on speed.
The Switch Webinar - Taking Remote TV Production to the Cloud
Thursday 3 September
3pm BST / 4pm CEST
The way audiences are engaging with live sports and other content is rapidly shifting. The dominance of the TV screen as the main means of consuming live sports is on the wane. Meanwhile, rights holders, broadcasters and other content producers are looking for the most cost-efficient way to produce more shoulder programming and coverage of smaller and niche events than ever – while still maintaining flexibility and an ability to adapt content.
Fans are also now turning to an ever-wider range of platforms to watch their favourite team or athlete. Social media has now become a bedrock for sports content for many consumers, and streaming services have witnessed a significant surge, accelerated by the lockdown.
Cloud-based production is a new method that gives content producers more options than ever, enabling them to adapt to the growing needs of both top-tier live content producers and smaller-scale live events, such as enterprises. Join The Switch’s SVP Product Management, Robert Szabo-Rowe, and VP Marketing, Kevin O’Meara, as they present why the future of live TV production lies in the cloud.
IABM Cloud Adoption Trends report
The IABM Cloud Adoption Trends report, supported by Net Insight, is built on feedback from end-user Broadcast and Media companies and gives a clear indication of the unstoppable move to cloud across every segment of the BaM Content Chain®. This shift has been accelerated by the coronavirus pandemic: cloud has rapidly moved from being seen as ‘too risky’ by some organizations to becoming the natural way to mitigate the effects of mandatory remote working.
IABM Adapt for Change report
This report identifies major drivers of change in media technology business models including the move to next-generation content chains, flexible technology business models and collaborative technology business models. The primary purpose of this report is to enable companies to understand the effects of these changes on their businesses to transform these into opportunities.
ON DEMAND CONTENT
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