IABM Journal 110Published Q3 2019Journal is the IABM Magazine released every quarter that covers hot topics within the industry. It is distributed widely throughout the industry.Contents:(Click the links to view individual articles)New IABM Members' Board Directors elected for 2019 - 2021Getting members more engagedAll about IBC 2019The media industry todayLet's Help to Keep News FactualThe impact of technology changes on skills requirements - a recruiter's viewNew Audio Business Report identifies key drivers of changeSpecial Report: Manage - the next moveAPAC region updateEMEA and UK region updateMEA region updateBusiness Transformation - Embracing SaaSNorth America region updateInnovation in full flow across the BaM Content Chain® - the future is bright!Forging the bond between vendor and userCreative Collaboration: Red Bee Media and NendaInsolvency: Recognising the warning signsM&A: Dalet acquires Ooyala Flex Media PlatformRip-Tie - cable management solutions for the broadcast industryEmbrionix: Enabling the Future of IPOracle - business innovation partner for broadcast and mediaIABM DC 2019 Global Market Valuation and Strategy ReportIABM Annual International Business Conference and Awards 2019
In this session, we will look at developments in technologies that enable creativity and content crafting. The pandemic has driven innovation in remote working and collaboration, accelerating the use of cloud in content production workflows alongside other innovations. In this session, we hear from end users and technology providers about the new technologies and workflows they are tapping to continue high quality, effective production in these changed times.
What does the future hold for vendors? Find out from panel drawn from small, medium and large players, discussing the new challenges their customers are facing and how they are helping to solve them in these challenging times. We’ll also explore how vendors are having to transform themselves - new business models, new verticals, new challenges…
We catch up with Kara Kandarakis of Triforce Entertainment to discuss how the company have adapted during the Covid19 Pandemic and the opportunities they see going forward.
In this panel, we hear how the Coronavirus has affected each of these businesses and what kind of permanent effect it will have on the industry. We hear what the new key requirements are going forward and how these companies are preparing for the post-Covid-19 era.
We hear how the Covid19 outbreak has affected their business and what the biggest challenges they have faced have been.
IEEE ICME annually attracts a truly global audience, with more than 500 attendees from academia and industry. During ICME 2020 we are expecting similar or higher levels of interest. Research on the covered topics is flourishing, and London’s rich academic and technological innovation scene is expected to attract large number of participants from all over the world.
Kristan Bullett (Managing Director, Piksel) discusses what Piksel have been involved with since NAB Show 2019 with Peter White (CEO, IABM).
Thomas Will (CEO, Dimentis) discusses what's new with Dimentis and how important the team behind him have been for innovation.
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