In this session we discuss how consumer viewing habits have changed, and how media companies can best design consumer experiences to enable viewers to make sense of the sheer number of options available to them, and more importantly, how to keep them engaged.
IABM Media Tech Intelligence Briefings are data-driven snapshots of specific media industry trends, sectors, and technologies.
IABM Media Tech Intelligence Briefings provide a continuous flow of evidence-based market information to IABM members and Global Engaged Partners.
We speak to Dalet’s Raoul Cospen about the challenges faced by newsrooms during the Coronavirus Pandemic.
We speak to the EBU’s Liz Corbin about the impact of Coronavirus on their operations.
Our panel of experts look at efficient content delivery and preparation for direct-to-consumer platforms as well as the architecture and design of OTT experiences. We explore the complete technology toolset needed to go direct – what’s available now and what’s on the horizon?
IABM Head of Marketing and Membership Engagement Lisa Collins sits down with Rose Adkins Hulse (CEO of Screenhits TV) about the launch of their supper aggregator app to streamline at home viewing.
Vimond will review a recent esports case study and how using the latest modular cloud-native video content management technology allows the customer to stand out in their marketplace.
Edgeware’s CPTO Johan Bolin will demonstrate how broadcasters and content owners can mitigate the age gap problem by transforming the traditional broadcast distribution model to one that best complements the online viewing behaviours of these much lusted after younger audiences. He’ll propose a method which utilises channel stitching technology to compose numerous channels in the compressed domain, so broadcasters and content owners can deliver professional-grade TV on social media cost-efficiently and therefore, tap into their missing audience.
The presentation explores the benefits for operators to use multiple CDN and a multiscreen TV application in order to increase the reach of their OTT video services, increase global delivery efficiency, ensure a superior video QoE and generate new revenues in creating additional placement opportunities for dynamic ad insertion
Bridge Technologies offers a comprehensive, end-to-end, fully configurable approach to monitoring through ISM (Integrated Services Monitoring). This means that for media houses, production facilities, broadcasters who have OTT as just one element of their service delivery – or for those looking to grow their OTT and remote capabilities – Bridge is there to help ensure that regardless of how your audiences choose to consume content, they will always be sure to receive high quality, reliable content.