When we realised that we were heading into a lockdown situation we had three initial priorities. Top of the list was everybody’s health and everybody’s safety, followed by maintaining the mission critical services we deliver to our clients, and lastly the ability to continue with some of the vital projects we already had underway.
As businesses continue to slowly reopen amid the ongoing pandemic, safety is naturally a top priority to protect employees as well as customers. Jay Leedy, director of business development at Diversified, and Paul Harris, CEO/CTO of Aurora Multimedia Corp, join Daniel Litwin, ProAV Podcast host, to discuss how VitalSign temperature check kiosks offers a different kind of safety enhancing solution.
IABM’s Business Intelligence Unit has today announced the headline findings from its Future of Events survey. While the balance of marketing budgets will shift by 11 percentage points towards digital activities in 2021 compared with pre-pandemic in 2019, tradeshows will still on average account for 42% of total marketing expenditure.
We ask our panel of experts about how they have worked with their customers to support a surge in demand for news, how the news broadcasters and social media platforms work together especially with the rise in fake news on digital platforms.
We speak to the EBU's Liz Corbin about the impact of Coronavirus on their operations.
We speak to ITV Daytime's Tim Guilder about the impact of the Coronavirus Pandemic on their operations.
IABM Senior Analyst Olga Nevinchana presents data around the impact of the Coronavirus pandemic on the Newsroom.
Live streaming is facing new challenges and opportunities due to the pandemic. Delivering flawless live events to viewers across the world is a new reality, bringing people together in the safety of their homes. Watch this video to learn about the audience and revenue of live streaming, the top concerns of viewers and streaming providers, and the new content protection challenges for live events.
We speak to Jeremy Dujardin, CTO for Media Communications at Tata Communications about the impact of COVID19 on their business activities and accommodating the changing needs of their customers. We also hear about recent announcements, new products and their plans for the next 6 – 12 months.
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.