Announcement of the Project, Event or Collaboration BaM Award® Winner from the IABM Awards Ceremony 2020.
This panel discussion examines a topic close to everyone’s heart: creativity. According to many, serendipity and social interactions are the engine of creativity. Steve Jobs said about this: “You run into someone, you ask what they’re doing, you say ‘wow,’ and soon you’re cooking up all sorts of ideas – If a building doesn’t encourage [collaboration], you’ll lose a lot of innovation and the magic that’s sparked by serendipity.” The pandemic-induced remote working may have endangered serendipitous innovation by significantly reducing face-to-face interactions between creative professionals. Will remote collaboration prove to be a driver or a constraint for innovation? How can technology tools help creatives alleviate the absence of in-person interactions? What does the future look like?
The COVID-19 global pandemic has forced nearly every company to reassess their media workspaces as they plan their employee’s return to the office and meet stringent new safety guidelines. While many can continue to leverage telework technology, there remain several in the media industry whose work practices are tied to a specialized, physical environment. Sustaining these “place-based functions” in both work-from-home and return-to-office situations creates a material challenge for any organization. We have learned by working with our clients in such situations that the workplace will be significantly altered for some time to come. And, despite the unfortunate condition created by this global crisis, some of these changes may improve performance and productivity. Here are some key points on what we’ve seen…
In this presentation Streamhub will demonstrate how a cross-industry data collaboration platform between broadcasters, platforms and agencies in a major OTT market has successfully led to stronger strategic positioning of broadcasters in Japan with greater AVOD revenues for all – and a more joyful user experience for video consumers.
A decade ago, when Peter White became CEO of IABM, its membership was about 250 and the staff numbered five. At its peak in 2020 before Covid-19 hit, membership reached 650+ and the staffing had quadrupled. George Jarrett reports.
IABM now bristles with valuable data and knowledge, and smart initiatives and partnerships, but when White emerged from another industry that had adopted digitisation, he was surprised by the sloth with which the broadcast business jumped from tape to file, and joined the digital age.
eMAM is a powerful media asset management platform that provides users an intuitive web interface to collaboratively produce, share, and deliver video and other media. Artists and designers use integrated tools inside Adobe Creative Cloud and Apple Final Cut systems. With built-in tools and over 80 technology partners, eMAM manages native resolution files and integrated workflow processes needed by leading organizations worldwide since 2006 in local, cloud, and hybrid environments. eMAM helps organizations respond to emerging demands with scalability, easy reconfiguration, and multiple ordering options: by purchase, by subscription, or by turnkey cloud SaaS and VM/PaaS.
In this IABM TV panel session, Naveendran Murthy (APAC Sales Manager, Skyline Communications) & Mazlan Mahdi (CEO, MYTV)discuss the recent project where MYTV utilised Dataminer at the start of the Malaysian DVB-T2 network deployment.
In this interview, Rob Tucker (CEO & Founder, Meta Data Systems) talks to IABM TV about Meta Data Systems’ background and the new developments in their pipeline.
In this IABM TV interview with Ben Vandenberghe (CEO, Skyline Communications) we discuss the key themes in the e2e management space for the media & broadband industry, such as Orchestration, AI and Collaboration.