Presented by IABM MEA Director Hassan Ghoul at our Executive Breakfast, this presentation covers two main subjects. On one hand, it looks at the Middle East & Africa region's business environment and highlights the main issues affecting the business as well as the major trends and developments in the region. It also offers an overview of the Global Media and Technology trends including the ongoing changes in viewing habits, and the effect they're having on the Broadcast and Media business.
IABM APAC Director, Peter Bruce, presents the APAC Regional Business Update at InterBEE 2017 (with Japanese translation), covering the general business environment, End-User performance, comparisons between regions, digital transitions and much more. Followed by a global industry update with IABM CEO Peter White as he presents the changing technologies, customers’ and suppliers’ performance, and changing revenues.
Caryn Cohen, Director or North America, and Stan Moote, CTO, present IABM State of the Industry at NAB New York 2017 – they cover consumer viewing trends, advertising, mergers & acquisitions within the region, and much, much more…
Hassan Ghoul, MEA Director, presents the IABM State of the Industry at PSS 2017 - he covers consumer viewing trends, advertising, mergers & acquisitions, globalization and much, much more...
IABM CEO, Peter White, presents IABM State of the Industry at the IBC Show 2017 - he covers consumer viewing trends, advertising, mergers & acquisitions, globalization and much, much more...
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Al Kovalick, Media Systems Consulsting, presents the Keynote at the Annual Business Conference & Awards 2016. Al discusses Accelerating technologies and the Evolution of Infrastructures as he takes us into “Looking deep into the future”.
Lewis Kirkaldie (Head of Product Management, Cinegy) discusses how the goal of dematerialisation is to reduce or eliminate specific hardware, using the JT-NM roadmap to enable facilities to ‘declutter’ and focus on satisfying demand either by sourcing the capabilities they need directly from the cloud or from a reduced amount of multi-purpose on premise hardware.
A deep look at the adoption of cloud technologies and as-a-service. What’s real or not? Is it private, public or hybrid? How to pay for it? Are broadcasters doing the right thing? Erik Åhlin (CEO, Vidispine) Paul Thompson (Director Strategic Solutions, Global Presales, Avid) Micky Edwards (Head of Sales EMEA, Amagi) Ramki Sankaranarayanan (CEO, Prime Focus Technologies) Rob Ambrose (Session Chair) share their experiences of launching on-demand services in place of traditional technology solutions.
The economic and performance advantages of IT technologies over traditional baseband infrastructure equipment for routing video signals are too compelling to ignore. The writing is on the wall. The broadcast and media industry is transitioning to IP. That means that media professionals must choose between an open or proprietary path to an all-IP plant.