IABM Adoption Trends reports annually track the adoption of specific emerging technologies within the broadcast and media sector.
Strategic report prepared for IBC 2022 by IABM
Faced with ageing infrastructure that was impacting the creative team’s ability to deliver, A+E UK turned to Blue Lucy to provide a solution that put production needs first.
Progressive American Flat Track saves money and time by streamlining live event Comms using Telos Infinity IP Intercom Platform.
The idea of video streaming services as an added value offering for ISPs and telcos is naturally attractive. By winning regular users it makes the subscriber more likely to stay with the service provider so it is a double financial bonus, reducing churn as well as increasing fees.
Sport as an entertainment genre like film or TV has been emerging for a couple of decades especially here in Europe. Once Sky started to pay big money for exclusive TV rights for Premier League football, the landscape changed. Sports like rugby turned professional for the first time and tried to compete, initially unsuccessfully, with football for a share of the cash and audience.
Discovery Sports’ activity revolves around its live and on-demand coverage of major international sports events, including Eurosport’s multi-platform coverage of the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020. In order to best deliver this highly qualitative content to its viewers and subscribers, Discovery wanted to build greater usability and flexibility through a significant upgrade and centralization of their technical infrastructure.
Online subtitle editors first made their appearance approximately a decade ago. Originally elementary in functionality, they were introduced to the wider public through platforms such as Amara’s as a means for anyone to easily add subtitles to online videos.
XR is one of the trendiest and most recent flavours of Virtual Reality, and many understand it as the usage of virtual backgrounds, displayed on large LED video walls, for movies, drama, or live events. However, the concept of XR (Extended Reality) goes far beyond these applications, which are often spectacular, but also do not take advantage of the many possibilities this technology can provide.
Although still in its relative infancy, esports has gone from a niche sector to a global billion-dollar industry that is drawing huge investment and has a rapidly surging fan base around the world.