Amid the disruption the pandemic brought to our industry, there was an opportunity for our customers to rapidly transform their businesses and operations and do more than just weather this storm using our cloud solutions. Thus, change and transition are where we focused our efforts to ensure business continuity and provide a path in which customers and partners could leverage Dalet solutions to pivot towards the new business opportunities that emerged.
All news organizations – broadcast, cable, print, digital native, radio – have become multimedia platforms, and they compete not just against each other but against every other form of screen time.
What news organizations really need to focus on – more than ever – are the dramatic shifts in audience behavior and the fierce competition for screen time. They need the agility to experiment with different platforms, formats and tones of voice in order to reach fickle young audiences.
Recent studies by the Reuters Institute and SmithGeiger, an international research and consulting company, underscore the need for media companies to make their products more relevant and fun – and more readily available.
We spoke to Lexie Knauer, Product Marketing Manager at Brightcove about the company’s rapid rise to prominence, its current solutions and how it is helping to drive the video explosion across all platforms.
Dalet acquires Ooyala Flex Media Platform business to solidify market position in designing and deploying the industry’s most sophisticated media workflows, explains CEO David Lasry.
In this Panel, hosted by Lorenzo Zanni (Head of Insight & Analysis, IABM), members of Dalet discuss the recent acquisition of Ooyala.
Bea Alonso (Director of Product Marketing, Dalet)
Kevin Savina (Director of Product Strategy, Dalet)
Manage is one of the BaM Content Chain® segments that’s seeing the most change and innovation. Content management systems have historically been associated with large, complex and expensive installations, requiring extensive customization and integration work by technology suppliers. But as broadcast and media companies have increasingly required more flexible systems to keep up with the inexorable move of the industry towards multi-platform content delivery, they are shifting away from monolithic solutions towards agile content management systems that are increasingly utilizing microservices.
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
Bea Alonso, Director of Global Product Marketing, Ooyala
This Case Study Presentation highlights how, Australian, EnhanceTV are leveraging video technologies and video strategies to increase their subscriber reach as well as providing a public service.
Phil Eade, Senior Director, Business Development, Ooyala
With content growth in the media and entertainment industry exploding, an efficient media supply chain is required. Phil has researched ROI within media organizations and presents his findings with case studies of what ROI to expect.
- Phil Eade, Senior Director, Business Development, Ooyala
- Bea Alonso, Director of Global Product Marketing, Ooyala
Learn about six key strategies that can transform a traditional media supply chain and turn it into an efficient media factory.