IABM CEO Peter White talks to David Ross about the establishment and success of Ross Video during his father’s time as Founder and CEO along with how Ross have not only survived recent challenges but flourished with more recent acquisitions continuing their year on year growth and development.
In this video, IABM CEO Peter White catches up with Seth Hallen, President of HPA to see how things have changed since they last spoke.
We hear about the mission and purpose of HPA, their “The Lost Lederhosen” project showing how a short movie could be made employing remote workflows from acquisition through post.
IABM CEO Peter White and HPA President Seth Hallen will discuss the current and future impact of the pandemic on safety, production, sales, technology, and workflows, and offer insight into what the future of our industry will look like.
This IABM online event, which includes a session with change champion Jim Lawless, aims to equip you with the expert motivation, knowledge and tools you need to keep ahead.
Change, Innovate and Adapt is the theme for this year’s Annual International Business Conference which is taking place in London in early December.
As IBC 2019 opens for business these three words should be at the forefront of our minds; our industry is well into its transformation to an on-demand, IP-delivered, cloud-enabled structure where efficiency and scale make a real difference. Our future success depends upon driving organizational and business change successfully, innovating with transformative products and services, and adapting to agile operations and as-a-service business models. In short, completely transforming every aspect of our businesses.
This panel discussion of leading chief technology officers from prominent media companies and broadcasters will provide unique thought-leading insights on technology’s role in ensuring enterprise-wide success in today’s challenging environment, and strategies to meet the business and content supply chain needs into the future.
IABM CEO Peter White reveals how unprecedented changes in the Broadcast and Media industry demand a far-reaching response from IABM to support its members in the year ahead.
We asked Peter White, IABM’s CEO, about what the Association is planning for 2019 and beyond –and what’s behind the many initiatives planned. Here’s what he told us – 2019 looks set to be another exciting year!
[caption id="attachment_46016" align="alignright" width="201"] Peter WhiteCEO, IABM[/caption]It’s nearly six years since IABM’s 2012 Annual Conference, which we headlined ‘Adapt or die!’. Since then, we have seen not enough adaptation and as a result, too many companies consigned to oblivion. Change is now not an option – it’s an absolute necessity for survival. Don’t be frightened of it – embrace change by thinking differently and acting differently. You’ll need to be brave and you will feel pain. Now for the good news: it’ll be worth it. Let’s have a look at what’s going on and what we can do about it. Change everywhere The latest IABM Buying Trends Survey perfectly captures the current state of play – the continuing shift from hardware to software in most sectors of the industry, from bare metal to virtualized services that can be spun up instantly, and from forklift Capex to as-a-service and pay-as-you-go Opex. Efficiency is the number one priority of broadcasters as they battle to maintain revenues in an increasingly competitive and fractured marketplace. This drive for efficiency is behind broadcasters’ changing business models as they fight to counter the might of FAANG entering the media landscape and changing viewing habits, with consumers...
IABM CEO Peter White discusses consumer viewing trends, advertising, globalization, and much, much more at Avid Connect