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.
This Regional Trends Report provides insight into the latest broadcast and media industry developments for the Americas region.
This is a collection of presentations that the IABM Insight & Analysis team delivered at at BaM LIVE!™ June 2021.
The presentation cover the topics listed below.
- Americas Regional Trends
- Digital Transformation in Media: The Stats
- Decentralized Production Models: Effects on Media Tech Investment
- Media Convergence: Current & Futuristic Perspectives
The latest version of WO Automation for Radio, version 5.0, includes significant improvements to help broadcasters manage station operations from anywhere, on nearly any device.
IP-based distribution of media content is rapidly becoming the standard. But it’s 5G that could truly transform the way content is created, distributed and consumed. In terms of workflows, 5G will have far reaching implications for organizations across the entire M&E landscape. Verizon 5G Edge is bringing us closer to a world where all assets will be created, stored and ultimately delivered in the cloud, providing more efficient production workflows, enabling greater creative freedom, supporting higher volume and quality of content, and lowering operating costs.
With informative presentations, latest production use cases, and a discussion panel of industry leaders, you’ll learn how to prepare your business to take advantage of the exciting benefits of 5G Edge.
The lifecycle of a story in the media world today is increasingly short. Sparking the interest of your audience, gaining their attention with exciting and important stories as well as being first to publish are key goals for all media organisations. As a broadcaster in a modern mass media consumption space, one has to keep up with the end-users’ constant demand for fresh content around the clock and hold a reputation as the first platform that reports breaking news stories.
The time when news broadcasters used social media as a ‘nice-to-have’ publishing platform has well and truly passed. Digital OTT and social media platforms are now mainstream and are the front line in the battle for audiences.
Wildmoka has produced a report that analyzes the social media strategies adopted by the following nine major news broadcasters during the week of the 2020 US Elections: NBC News, MSNBC, CNBC, Fox News, ABC News, CBS News, CNN, as well as two leading European broadcasters, Sky News (UK) and Altice BFMTV (France).
As the AoIP debate continues to confuse and delight in equal measure, what is clear is different scenarios require specific solutions. So is there a solution that encompasses open standards and existing proven AoIP technologies to the benefit of all?
The popularity of OTT broadcasting is really helping to drive the growth of immersive content, and this presents both opportunities and challenges for the broadcast audio world. Mixing in immersive allows the audio engineer to create a sense of envelopment and realism like never before, but as channel count and mix complexity increases, the importance of neutral, uncoloured studio monitoring with precise imaging becomes even more important.
At Genelec we’ve long been involved with designing monitoring systems that are scalable from stereo to surround to immersive, so here we’ll examine some of the principles of immersive audio, and some of the considerations that audio professionals need to be aware of.