In the current climate where it has been difficult to bring a large staff contingent with a great deal of equipment to a production site, content providers are looking for ways to capture and deliver live streams with less gear and smaller teams. Surprisingly, many are finding that a solution to delivering broadcast-quality streams from remote locations can be found in their pocket.
We think that CES 2022 has highlighted important trends related to the future of technology and trade shows, which is why we have analyzed these topics in the first IABM Media Tech Intelligence Briefing of 2022.
The television viewing experience has changed in many ways over the last few decades, with several trends that improve the quality of the experience (QoE).
This Regional Spotlight on Europe summarizes key stakeholders and technology trends in Europe. It also introduces major business initiatives by European media companies reflecting changes in their long-term strategies.
In this IABM TV interview, Josh Arensberg (Head of Global Business Development, M&E - Verizon Business) discusses North American activity in sports venues, the adoption of 5G and more.
In this IABM TV interview Aviv Ronai (Vice President, Marketing and Product - NOVELSAT) discusses the current broadcast offerings and the key activities NOVELSAT are offering.
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In the days, not so long ago, when terrestrial television was pretty much the only game in town, technology limited us to just a handful of channels. That was eased by the first cable systems which could deliver a few more, but in many territories, cable was available to only a small part of the population so there was no commercial market for more channels.
There have been a lot of changes to production workflows since 2020. Creative teams had to adjust to working from home, and in many cases this was done by spinning up (sometimes hastily) remote desktop utilities or a VPN server with little time for due diligence on how it would affect the team’s workflow.
Industry experts from Zixi, Verizon and Telstra discuss and debate the merits of using 5G technology during events.