This live session will focus on data-driven media, including innovative artificial intelligence and machine learning solutions to create, manage and deliver content as well as analytics solutions enabling informed decision-making at media organizations.
In this IABM TV interview, Ramki Sankaranarayanan (Founder and Global CEO, Prime Focus Technologies) discusses all the new product and service launches to expect from PFT this year.
From small time studios to international broadcasters, everyone is rethinking their technology choices and weighing their options. Here are the top 5 tech trends Prime Focus Technologies predict will have a major impact in 2020:
Vimalesh Melwani (Vice President, Product Line Management, Prime Focus Technologies) discusses hybrid cloud architecture to solve complexities related to content security, scalability and collaboration in a disconnected ecosystem.
Nick Kaimakami, Senior Vice President, discusses the latest additions to Prime Focus Technologies’ Hybrid Cloud-enabled CLEAR Media ERP Suite
Across the United States and around the world, the number of viewing options for both conventional television and cinema programming continues to expand and diversify. Along with new viewing options, consumers have come to expect programming to include enhanced features such as subtitles to accommodate the hard of hearing, or people looking to view programs without audio in a noise-sensitive or noisy environment, as well as viewers watching content in a foreign language
A deep look at the adoption of cloud technologies and as-a-service. What’s real or not? Is it private, public or hybrid? How to pay for it? Are broadcasters doing the right thing? Erik Åhlin (CEO, Vidispine) Paul Thompson (Director Strategic Solutions, Global Presales, Avid) Micky Edwards (Head of Sales EMEA, Amagi) Ramki Sankaranarayanan (CEO, Prime Focus Technologies) Rob Ambrose (Session Chair) share their experiences of launching on-demand services in place of traditional technology solutions.
The broadcast media enterprise is facing extraordinary change from several disruptive forces: Over-the-Top (OTT) methods and providers; anyplace/anytime viewing; transitioning the media infrastructure to commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) equipment; moving to all-IP media transport; operating in new geographic markets; and possibly Ultra-HD (UHD) video and/or high dynamic range (HDR) support. Top off this list with the ever-increasing pressure to do more with less, and it is no wonder that today’s enterprises must rethink how workflows are implemented. This whitepaper is your playbook to adapting to meet these challenges with new strategies and examples for managing, acquiring, processing, and delivering media assets.