IABM Adoption Trends reports annually track the adoption of specific emerging technologies within the broadcast and media sector.
Faced with ageing infrastructure that was impacting the creative team’s ability to deliver, A+E UK turned to Blue Lucy to provide a solution that put production needs first.
While the demand for content shows no signs of slowing, the wide range of production and workflow tools combined with interoperability issues can add to workflow complexity and preventable errors in the media workflow. How can PAM users select the right asset management strategy and leverage PAM to transform their workflows effectively?
Consumers are spending more time streaming video content than ever before. The video on demand market was already valued at $53.96 billion in 2019 and a recent report projects that it will grow to $159.62 billion by 2027. Content producers and media companies are faced with the challenge of producing enough high-quality content to meet this ever-increasing demand.
With the emergence of cloud applications and services, changes in business and technology in the M&E market are accelerating. The multitude of streaming formats and platforms has pushed the technology used up to now, to implement the media supply chain to the limit, revealing its limitations and overwhelmed by the complexity of localization, UHD/HDR production and content distribution, among others. A successful media supply chain requires an efficient multiplatform reception, production and distribution of contents.
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.
Cloud adoption in broadcast and media continues to grow with most media businesses have had adopted cloud technology, and this was largely driven by COVID. The move to remote production and the increasing volumes of data due to M&E convergence have all contributed to the accelerated cloud adoption.
The issue of cyber security hits on many levels – corporate, product, system and individual. All of these are apparent within the Broadcast Industry with attitudes as well as actions to cyber security increasingly changing, driven in no small part by the rapid adoption of new cloud-based workflows and ‘direct to consumer’ strategies. Below the UK Members’ Council have been given 30 minutes to ‘debate’ two opposing statements around cyber security and what it means for the Broadcast industry.
IABM’s CEO Peter White will bring to the table industry questions covering sustainability, diversification, work from home, along with how is AI/ML changing their products, services and business operations. Let’s see how four CEO’s each covering distinctive aspects of the industry will forecast the future of the industry.