Q&A with Erik Ahlin (Co-founder, Vidispine) & Holger Noske (VP Broadcast Solutions, Arvato Systems)
The world of news has never moved so fast and broadcasters are having to adapt at pace. Our daily news updates have become completely critical to our health and wellbeing and of course our understanding of the world as we know it.
Morwen Williams, Head of UK Operations for BBC News talks through her career and the challenges of working within this current environment, with Ana Lockwood, Head of Global Sales at Telstra asking the questions.
Sony NMS Ven.ue offers content distribution solutions in a variety of models based on a customer’s distribution needs. This includes content distribution to multiple endpoints (i.e. Sony Pictures assets in and distributed out to iTunes, Amazon, Netflix, etc.) as well as content aggregation on behalf of a single endpoint (I.e. sourcing of SPE, NBCU, Fox, etc. assets in and distributed to Google Play platform).
Watch this video for more information.
For the first time, The National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences has honored Dell Technologies with a Technology & Engineering Emmy® Award for its Dell EMC Isilon data storage array, specifically recognizing the company for its early development of hierarchical storage management systems.
Since 2003, over 2000 global organizations, including broadcasters, post and VFX houses across 82 countries have invested in Dell EMC Isilon’s scale-out architecture to drive innovation in media workflows.
In the last three years, Dell EMC media and entertainment customers have used over 1.5 exabytes of Isilon storage in the past three years alone. Customers include Lightstorm Entertainment (the production house behind James Cameron’s Avatar), NBC Sports Group, and Important Looking Pirates.
Dell Technologies will be accepting this award at the 2020 NAB Show in Las Vegas in April. You can read more about the news in this blog by Tom Burns, Dell EMC’s CTO of Media & Entertainment.
Leading platform operator Freesat unveils its new hybrid TV product, enhancing the viewing experience and bridging the gap between linear TV and on-demand content.
Delivered in close collaboration with its development and manufacturing partner CommScope, the way that customer and supplier are working together in a truly collaborative way to create and market a solution presents a blueprint for future projects.
Find out more about Adobe’s BaM Award® winning product ‘Content aware fill for video’ in this BaM Product Highlight.
“This product is an industry-first, innovative game-changer in the post-production industry. It can save editors and visual effects artists many hours of tedious manual work. It uses intelligent algorithms to automatically remove unwanted objects like boom mics or distracting signs from video. It aims to make it easier for video professionals, regardless of budget, to save time on tedious manual work.”
Dalet acquires Ooyala Flex Media Platform business to solidify market position in designing and deploying the industry’s most sophisticated media workflows, explains CEO David Lasry.
Article by By Larry Johnson (Global Director, Media & Entertainment – Oracle)
I’m a movie junkie. I went to UCLA film school, did graduate work in media studies, and early on worked as a development executive at 21stCentury Fox. Most weekends I see three or four movies in theaters.
Now I work in technology, and I’m witnessing firsthand its transformative effect on the media and entertainment industry. Technology is enabling the democratization of content—access any time, anywhere, on any device—and the impact on media and entertainment company business models and consumer interactions is deep and far-reaching.
Recently I spoke with media and entertainment expert Jukka Paajanen, a cloud solution hub senior director at Oracle, about the opportunities and challenges emerging technology presents to the industry. Here are excerpts from our conversation:
Ivan Ferrari (Event Director Telecom, Media & Events) discusses Informa’s acquisition of UBM and the importance of the APAC region. Ivan then gives IABM TV an insight into whats in store for the future for ConnecTechAsia.
Thierry Fautier, Vice President, Business Development & Innovation, Harmonic Inc
Content providers and service providers are now under pressure to deliver more innovative services with a shorter time to market. The classical approach based on CAPEX has shown its limits. Private Cloud can enable content providers to develop new services in a matter of weeks with a pure OPEX approach. This session presents a case study of how Telkomsel, an Indonesian mobile operator, was able to serve 4M users for the FIFA’18 World Cup.