In this IABM TV interview, Hiren Hindocha (CEO, Digital Nirvana) gives an update on Digital Nirvana including a snapshot of some of their upcoming products and the key technologies they plan to leverage going forward.
As a not-for-profit organization with more than 700,000 members, USTA invests 100% of its proceeds to promote and develop the growth of tennis from the grassroots to the professional levels. To that end, the association makes a broad array of high-value video content available for free streaming from its website and social media platforms. Content ranges from instructional videos and training courses to up-to-the-minute highlight reels from some of the most-watched events in the tennis world, such as the U.S. Open.
Video consumption on OTT platforms has gathered rapid momentum in the last couple of years, peaking significantly in the past few months – thanks to the audience being locked down due to COVID19 pandemic. With so many platforms and so much of content available for consumption today, OTT players are hard pressed for time to create the buzz and differentiation for their shows across media.
In this IABM TV interview, Pieter-Jan Speelmans (CTO, THEO Technologies) discusses the biggest challenges customers are facing, how the industry is currently moving, and the biggest innovations the THEO team is working on.
Ratings forecasts are critical for broadcasters in defining their prices and sales models, models that are becoming increasingly complex as broadcasters look to offer cross platform campaigns to com-pete with newcomers disrupting the market. Advertisers want to know how and when they will hit their target (GRPs or impressions). Broadcasters want to know that they can deliver on their contracts but also without massively over delivering and losing potential revenue. At the same time, the accurate prediction of ratings, for a human, takes years of experience and practice and proves a significant succession planning challenge for broadcasters.
During this 30-minute event, we’ll focus on a global workflow including tech and editorial content validation and multilingual subtitling.
The Support segment enables and powers the BaM Content Chain® including monitoring, testing, communicating, and running compute and facilities. It encompasses a wide range of products and services, including supply and/or rental of video and audio monitoring, displays, test and measurement, KVM and PCoIP, compute power and cyber security, facility power and furniture as well as services to consult, design, build and run.
For this special feature we have spoken with four IABM members with products/services covering KVM, ProAV, cabling and networking (Black Box), audio monitoring (Genelec), monitoring and testing (Telestream) and systems/technology integration (Diversified) about the state of the market today and the challenges and opportunities ahead.
Discover how AI and ML improve the quality of schedules, reduce human efforts, and boost the accuracy of predicted ratings. By MEDIAGENIX.
Established in 2008, VoiceInteraction is now a global software company that provides speech processing-based solutions for the TV Broadcast Industry. Bringing speech knowledge to the center of our solutions has always been our vision and that allows us to be recognized as one of major world-wide providers in this field. With proprietary technology based on AI and Machine Learning, our expertise relies on Automatic Closed Captioning software for live shows, offline transcription and Compliance/Media Discovery Systems. Having our origins in the Academia, we strive for constant innovation: our time is spent researching and developing new and more effective ways of unveiling the underlying knowledge of media contents.