In this IABM TV interview, Samuel Fleischhacker (Senior Product Manager, AVIWEST) discusses AVIWEST's current activities, and provides updates on some of the latest updates on their products and solutions.
Powered by IABM data on the impact of Coronavirus on the business of media technology, this on-demand session delves deep into the needs of Broadcast and Media companies during this unprecedented time. Featuring Globo and ITV, the discussion focuses on the strategic and practical implications of the Coronavirus crisis on media at the intersection of business, content and technology.
Informa Markets recently announced the postponement of ConnecTechAsia to 29 September – 2 October 2020. In this interview with IABM TV, Ivan Ferrari (Event Director, Tech, Media & Entertainment Events - Informa) discusses the decision to postpone the event & what to expect during the new dates.
IABM Head of Membership Engagement Lisa Collins quizzes Head of Insight & Analysis Lorenzo Zanni on the IABM Coronavirus Impact Tracker.
In this on demand webcast, IABM and the DPP collaborated to put together a programme of broadcasters, production companies and vendors to respond to the thirst for experience and knowledge regarding the impact of COVID-19 on the media industry.
The Covid-19 pandemic means almost a quarter of the world’s population is on lockdown. Here, IABM Head of Insight and Analysis Lorenzo Zanni looks at some of the effects on the media and broadcast industry.
The global epidemic of COVID-19, commonly known as coronavirus, is changing the world in 2020. Known to have started in China, it is rapidly spreading throughout the globe due to its highly contagious nature. It is influencing people’s lives, straining healthcare systems, rattling financial markets and paralyzing business activity. Governments are moving to mitigate the impact of this dramatic black swan on the lives of their citizens as well as on their economies. The virus is taking the world by surprise, disseminating uncertainty as many of its characteristics are still unknown to scientists. The broadcast and media industry, like any other sector, has felt the negative impact of the virus, particularly when it comes to events, advertising revenues and media technology investment. Let’s have a look at each of these effects...