In this IABM TV interview, Gilles Mas (President, Video Experiences, Deltatre) discusses some of the innovations in OTT/streaming that he is exited about, how Deltatre has adapted to the challenges presented by COVID, and how believes the industry will change over the next few years for both customers and end-users. Gilles also dives into other topics such as the ‘streaming wars’, 5G, AI and AR.
Over the years, technology has been a major force in evolving our world. As each major technological advancement happens (e.g., cars, elevators, movies, TV, the Internet, the smart phone, etc.), we see society change to adopt technology. Whether this is increasing mobility, building up instead of out, or increased transmission of information, humans quickly adopt new technologies and use them to their advantage.
Find out how Matrox enabled B Live to offer state-of-the-art, multi-camera viewing experiences to fans of high-profile clients like Vans and Tommy Hilfiger. Matrox and B Live will provide insight on how to build a powerful live webcasting solution that gives viewers the look and feel of being on the sidelines or in the front row of their favorite live events by allowing them to switch seamlessly between multi-camera-angle video streams using an innovative video player.
We spoke to Johannes Jauch, co-founder and CTO of Axinom, about the company’s success in helping media companies transform their content supply chains to meet the fast-changing demands of today’s consumer-driven media industry.
To Celebrate International Women’s Day, IABM hosted a webinar with Amino, 24i, Bubble Agency, RISE and Women in Streaming Media. to consider the roles of women in an industry that is under rapid change. In the webinar, we discuss the roles of women in an industry that is under rapid change. What does the Future of TV look like for those creating the content we all crave…and for the consumers demanding it?
Quarter four has been busy with the lineup of industry events for IABM and its members. Hear from Kathy Bienz (Director, North America, IABM) on Americas Event Engagement.
The results of our latest Supply Trends Report show that the supply side of the industry is still in flux, with changing business models and buyers’ purchasing behavior having a significant impact on its general performance and sentiment.
One of the strengths of collaboration lies in allowing broadcast-oriented companies to explore new spheres as Red Bee Media discovered working with Swedish streaming specialist Nenda.