This case study looks at how the IABM BaM Shop Window™ is helping companies like Datavideo to gain exposure for their products.
The Publish block of the BaM Content Chain® came out as one of the most important in the recent IABM Buying Trends survey, with 57% finding it to be the most important in terms of investment. Unsurprisingly, this is reflected in buyers’ top media technology purchasing priority being multi-platform content delivery. Even though BIY is on the rise across many content chain blocks, 90% of broadcasters have no plans for this in their Publish operations. With most technology buyers looking to increase their technology investment by up to 10% in the coming year, the future looks bright for media technology suppliers in Publish over the coming months and years.
Find out more about WIREWAX’s BaM Award® winning Media Services in this BaM Product Highlight.
“WIREWAX Media Services is a suite of AI-powered tools applied to the Media and Entertainment market to help solve some of the industry’s biggest problems. Unwieldy, poorly labelled and not understood media asset libraries can be cleaned and analysed in a few hours and antiquated and manual repackaging processes can be reduced from months to minutes.”
IABM Media Tech Trends Report – AI – October 2019
The evidence of industry change is all around us and the Broadcast and Media (BaM) Content Chain® has been developed to reflect those changes and to be inclusive of emerging new products and services. IABM is perfectly positioned to observe these changes with its various activities such as market research and biannual BaM Awards® at IBC and NAB. But more than that, IABM can act as a catalyst and support for change, helping existing organisations to adapt and new ones to flourish.
In this panel discussion, hosted by John Ive (Director of Strategic Insight, IABM), the BaM Award® winning collaboration from Dejero, Musion 3D and Vodafone Romania is discussed. This was the live broadcast & production of the world’s first interactive rock concert using holographic human transmission over 5G.
Catalin Buliga (CTIO, Vodaphone Romania)
Todd Schneider (COO, Dejero Labs)
Ian O’Connell (Director, Musion Events)
Webinar based on the SUPPORT element of the BaM Content Chain®
Hosted by Lorenzo Zanni, Head of Insight & Analysis, IABM who is joined by Ben Vandenberghe, CEO, Skyline Communications
Webinar based on the STORE element of the BaM Content Chain®
Hosted by Riikka Koponen (Principal Analysis, IABM) who is joined by:
- Paul Glasgow, Managing Director, Marquis Broadcast
- Jonathan Morgan, CEO, Object Matrix
This 1 day course is presented for a fixed price at your premises. The 1-day training plan has been put together to provide a cost effective way to address the often overlooked basics of the broadcast industry and its technology whilst also having a positive impact on staff morale by encouraging back-office/admin staff to be included in the initial session(s).
All sessions are presenter-led with the 3rd ‘technology primer’ session being a lot less formal with scope for wider discussions and frequent tangential topics. There is no upper limit to the number of attendees for each session but the later technical one is more effective when limited to a maximum of 10 people to allow for questions to be adequately addressed.