In episode 21, Neil speaks to KC Lee – Founder & Managing Director at Amrick Solutions. This week’s topic is all things ‘over-the-top’; KC takes us on a detailed journey of a full end-to-end OTT implementation process for modern broadcasters. Learn some of the history behind OTT and why content security is still so important and what we can expect from the future of digital video.
Welcome back to the season 1 finale of the In the Hub podcast! In this episode, we’re flipping the format. Phillip Neighbour, Chief Operating Officer at PlayBox Technology UK, interviews Neil Thacker – host of the In the Hub podcast. We ask hot questions submitted by people in our industry, delving into Neil’s fresh start in broadcasting and where he sees our industry going for the future.
Welcome back to Episode 16 of the In the Hub Podcast! This week, we’re speaking to Mark Vadik – Director, Producer, Actor, Screenwriter, Lawyer… the list goes on! Now, Mark is taking on broadcasting with the team at VPOD TV – a fresh new channel focusing on video podcasting content. We discuss Mark’s career, why he and his team wanted to start VPOD and the incredible work behind starting a brand new TV Channel.
We’re back with episode 14 of the In the Hub Podcast, brought to you by PlayBox Technology UK! In this episode, we talk all things management with David Treadway – Chairman at iKO Media Group. David’s proven career in a variety of high-level management positions makes for some great broadcast-based COVID-19 advice and some truly refreshing optimism.
In the tenth episode of the In the Hub podcast, Neil speaks to Bruce Devlin. Bruce is a key figure within the broadcast space, known universally for his work as co-author of the MXF specification and his Standards Vice President role within SMPTE. Neil and Bruce explore how Bruce got started in our industry, whether a one-size-fits-all format for media files is on the horizon and how Bruce envisions the future of broadcasting.
Many industries are rethinking their workflows. Joseph Maar and David Schleifer from Networked Everywhere, Connected Forever (NECF) join us to discuss how hybrid and virtual workflows in video production can help television broadcasters increase content productivity while also saving valuable resources.