Tom Griffiths, Director of Technology at ITV, walks us through ITV’s journey into designing holistic supply chains that can flexibly adapt to the fast-changing media landscape.
We speak to ITV Daytime’s Tim Guilder about the impact of the Coronavirus Pandemic on their operations.
We catch up with Faz Aftab of ITV to discuss how the company have adapted during the Covid19 Pandemic and the opportunities they see going forward.
In this session with Bethan Wilkin, Head of Content at ITV, we find out how she worked her way up to a senior role and the challenges she has faced, how she overcame them and what she has done to give back to the community of women working in tech roles.
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.
We spoke to IABM Global Engaged Partner, Tom Griffiths, Director of Technology – Content Supply & Distribution at ITV, about the business and technology trends he foresees for 2020 and beyond, and how IABM members can help him stay ahead. He has plenty of insights on how the relationship between tech vendors and users is changing, and excellent advice for everyone on the supply side on what he’s looking for – and how he wants to partner in the coming years.
Leading broadcast and media CTOs and technology leaders share their priorities and vision for the coming year and into the next decade. They outline project plans, where they’ll be investing, what they need from technology and service providers, and reveal their own initiatives for change and transformation.
Nick Haworth, Head of Technology Studios, ITV For every broadcaster and media company, promos are an essential tool in attracting and retaining audiences. We spoke to Nick Haworth, Head of Technology, Studios at ITV – the UK's largest commercial broadcaster - about an ambitious project he has recently helmed to automate the production workflow for the 1000+ programme promotions the organization produces every month. IABM member Pixel Power's Factory graphics engine is at the heart of ITV Phoenix – the name given to the end-to-end, automated campaign production workflow now successfully implemented by ITV. Why does ITV have to produce so many campaigns every month? "ITV has seven linear broadcast channels in the UK– six free-to-air and a pay channel on the Sky platform. In addition, ITV delivers its content across multiple platforms. This is either through our over-the-top service the ITV Hub, available on 30 platforms including ITV's website (itv.com), pay providers such as Virgin and Sky, or through direct content deals with services such as Amazon, Apple iTunes and Netflix. Our marketing campaigns have to cover all these outlets. "On average, we promote around 35 different programmes a month. Our creative team produces a 'master' for each one,...
Customer Panel Featuring Darren Long (Sky), Rob Cranfield (Turner Broadcasting), Donna Mulvey-Jones (FreemantleMedia UK) and Tom Griffiths (ITV). John Ive asks the panel what gets their attention, what advice they can give to vendors to be successful, How do they want to be sold to, what marketing catches their eye – what tactics do they hate
Felicia O'Brien discusses how, after 17 years, Mode-AL is now recognized as the market leader for high end AV and Broadcast solutions and for seamlessly integrating technology into furniture. The organization has built up a reputable client list over the past 17 years with big names such as BBC, ITV,ESPN, Sony, Panasonic, and many more. Felicia explains the ‘special sauce’ that gives Mode-AL’s products a competitive advantage, as well as their recent installations for organizations like Sky. How long has Mode-AL been in the broadcast and media industry? What is the background to the company and its founders? Mode-AL was founded in 2000 by Design Engineer David Lees, as a direct result of design work completed for Alaris Medical Systems. After completion of the project, large numbers of prototype parts remained, and, not liking waste, furniture was manufactured from the prototype parts and placed around the office. Mode-AL’s initial core business was to manufacture high end designer domestic furniture. However, many visiting clients were impressed with the office furniture designs and the company started to make bespoke office furniture. After 12 months, clientele was increasingly falling within the commercial sector with many projects falling within the “furniture for technology” remit....