We were joined by our 3 BaM Award Store category finalists for this panel discussion.
This panel of supply chain experts examine the state of business, operational and technical risk at media companies. With the pandemic accelerating established technology transitions such as the move to virtualized infrastructures, have media companies effectively managed the security risks that this transition implies. And what about the increasing use of data to drive media operations, will that pose new challenges that media professionals have not been accustomed to deal with? This session is laser focused on every type of risk encountered by media companies in today’s volatile media world. It is an ideal session for media technology professionals wanting to grow their awareness of new types of risks that could radically affect their work as well as how to manage them effectively.
The third day will open with a tale of two specific sectors that were affected by pandemic in both similar and different ways: SVOD and AVOD economics. While streaming in general surged on the back of increased consumer demand, advertising expenditure was hit by the pandemic, impairing the increasing interest in AVOD business models, and consolidating the success of subscription-based economics. However, SVOD remains an expensive proposition given the level of content diversity demanded by consumers as well as the competition in the market. Everyone is looking for some sort of differentiation, which makes AVOD and hybrid models still appealing to media executives. What is the state of the nation now and how are things going to pan out in the future? We will talk to a panel of executives experienced in monetization models to understand this in a session packed with money-related insights.