The origin of scarcity was the impact of the pandemic, which drove increasing demand for some resources (components, talent, energy, etc.) while disrupting their supply. This scarcity has been recently exacerbated by the conflict in Ukraine, which has further strained global supply chains and pushed up inflation. This is a risk to all businesses, including media tech suppliers.
In this IABM TV interview, John O'Loan (CEO, iOMedia Group) gives an overview of iOMedia Group and where they fit in the broadcast & media value chain. John also discusses the technological & culture changes seen throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.
The industry’s new year’s resolution is to be lighter weight – 2022 is the year it happens
This report focuses on identifying the most important investment drivers in Manage and Support derived from a mixture of sources, including survey data on technology priorities, company announcements, and financial data.
Where should sports sit within an operator’s digital strategy? An important question, not least because of the continued disruption to sports and sports viewing...
Cricket, like many other sports, has been seriously impacted by the social distancing restrictions imposed by the pandemic. The postponement and cancellation of matches at the height of lockdown, through to the more recent challenges of positive Covid tests, all caused a huge amount of disruption.
We are joined by Tata Communications Abhishek Ranade, Head of EMEA, Media & Entertainment and Brijesh Yadav, Global Head of Sales, Media & Entertainment to discuss Tata Communications’ Media Services.
In this IABM TV interview, we are joined by Penny Westlake, Senior Director, Europe, Interra Systems to hear how COVID 19 has accelerated all aspects of media technology solutions and how they are responding to these changes.
If 2020 was a banner year for any business, that would undoubtedly be OTT. The global lockdown induced an unprecedented surge in OTT viewership resulting in a meteoric growth of subscribers, revenue, and investments into content creation/acquisition. While the heightened interest has been primarily COVID-led, it’s improbable the patronage will subside once the pandemic ends. Audience habits around content consumption have changed forever.
This presentation from IABM's Annual AGM identifies the main digital transformation trends in M&E as well as the impact of COVID-19 on them.