We are joined by Claudio Lisman, President & CEO at Primestream to discuss how the coronavirus pandemic has fundamentally changed drivers in the market and how this is influencing the way Primestream operate. Claudio also tells us how these changes will effect them in the long-term and what developments, trends and technologies they are working on and what problems they will solve.
We are joined by GB Labs Chief Product Officer Howard Twine for an overview of their Unify Hub, looking at the technology and finding out how it can unify and collaborate remote production workflow.
We are joined in this interview by Michael Thielen, Vice President for Radio solutions at CGI to discuss Remote Radio Production and how it has changed in the last 12 months. We look at the challenges that broadcasters have faced during recent times and how CGI has been able to help it’s clients to stay productive even with most of their staff members working remotely. Michael looks ahead at whether broadcasters will move their production more and more to a non-stationary workflow and finally looks at other factors driving change in the Broadcast and Media market.
Content Creation and Production Data Snippets from BaM Live!
In this session we discuss how remote sports production has adapted to a new world and a new way of working.
In this fireside chat, we talk to a sports broadcaster about the move to remote production workflows, the impact of direct-to-consumer on sports technology sourcing and the implications of these trends for media technology providers.
In this fireside chat with Kevin McCue (Director of Technical Operations, Sky Sports), we talk about major sports technology priorities as well as the operational effects of the pandemic on sports production.
In this session, we will look at developments in technologies that enable creativity and content crafting. The pandemic has driven innovation in remote working and collaboration, accelerating the use of cloud in content production workflows alongside other innovations. In this session, we hear from end users and technology providers about the new technologies and workflows they are tapping to continue high quality, effective production in these changed times.
IABM has been carrying out interviews with technology suppliers and media companies to identify major trends driving investment, revenues, and technology development in content creation and production technology ahead of BaM LIVE!™ 2021, and building on our previous briefing focused on the state of content creation and production. The COVID-19 pandemic has notably accelerated some long-standing trends in this sector, pushing some drivers to the extreme. This was the wide consensus emerging from the interviews which, however, also evidenced some more specific trends driving content creation and production technology. The following is a preview of these seven high-level drivers ahead of IABM's full content chain report on Content Creation and Production.
IABM interviews with technology users also highlighted that most of them have deprioritized hardware for content creation unless absolutely needed for operational continuity. Although revenues are bouncing back, the COVID-19 pandemic has introduced structural changes to media technology demand in this part of the industry. In fact, the common theme in this part of the content supply chain is the contrast between the rising investment in original programming and the simultaneous disruptions in traditional business models caused by COVID-19.