The evolution from baseband to IP turned into a revolution in 2020, as the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic forced the streaming and broadcast industries to double down on remote production workflows and technologies. With studios shuttered, broadcast operations centers empty, and OBS trucks parked, video technology companies and producers have turned to IP-based production like never before, embracing its efficiency, flexibility, and ability to cost-effectively meet rapidly changing requirements.
A two day course that covers the fundamentals of SMPTE 2110, Network Device Interface (NDI) and Secure Reliable Transport (SRT).
This session brings together experts from both the satellite and IP worlds. We will discuss satellite’s place in the broadcasting chain and ask how satellite can remain relevant as broadcasters are looking for more cost-efficient video production, contribution, and distribution workflows.
We caught up with Mike Kelly, President and CEO at Wohler to hear more about the company and what they do. We discussed with Mike about how Covid-19 has affected the company and what impact the lack of trade shows in 2020 had on them. We hear what alternative methods of engagement they have used to connect with their clients along with the move to IP and IT and what we can expect to see from Wohler in the coming months.
Watch “New Technology in the Live Production IP Landscape” and learn how IP solutions are making live production more agile, flexible and cost effective. With subject matter expertise from Diversified and Sony!
During this in-depth webinar on Sony’s IP-enabled solutions, you will learn:
- How IP technology is enabling virtualized production environments
- An overview of cutting-edge tools designed for SDI and IP environments
- A walkthrough of next-generation workflows being driven by IP
Calnex are joined by Francois Gagnon, Lead Test Engineer for Riedel Montreal, formerly Embrionix Communications, who discusses how he puts SNE to use to demonstrate conformance to aspects of SMPTE ST 2110 and ST 2022.
The increasing need for more variety and volume of content during the time of social distancing requires new ways to produce. TVU Networks, the global technology leader in live IP solutions, innovations in remote production allows media companies and streamers to reduce their production budget, covering a wider range of events from regular news broadcast to theatre, music and sports such as marathons, rallies, football and cycling, while respecting social distancing.
During these difficult times it’s become critical for broadcasters to reduce operating costs while improving quality of experience. Transitioning toward IP brings significant changes and opportunities – not just in technology but on the operational and business side. This session tackles the business end of IP migration, identifies the challenges and real-life solutions, discusses the best business practices during the transition, the mystique of IP architecture and how it relates to Cloud and OTT solutions.
Clear-Com experienced the effects of COVID quite immediately, as we are headquartered in Alameda, CA, and our primary manufacturing facility is in Carlsbad, CA—two locations that were mandated to work from home almost immediately after the virus reached the state. We were, however, deemed an essential business because we service all types of essential businesses, from major news outlets to medical applications.
As consumers migrate to OTT streaming platforms, they are demanding a robust library of both live and on-demand content experiences with the same high Quality of Experience as traditional television services. So how do content and OTT service providers stand out? In this presentation, Zixi’s VP of Business Development, Eric Bolten, will explore how to maximize QoE for Live Content Delivery to OTT platforms using IP networks and software-based solutions.