Cloud adoption in broadcast and media continues to grow with most media businesses have had adopted cloud technology, and this was largely driven by COVID. The move to remote production and the increasing volumes of data due to M&E convergence have all contributed to the accelerated cloud adoption.
In this IABM TV interview, Scott Stiefel (Co-CEO of Telos Alliance) discusses Telos Alliance’s plans to reemerge onto the global conference and exhibition landscape by participating in-person with an exhibit booth at IBC2022.
This is the age of multi-tasking and multi-production. Behind the scenes of every news, sport and live broadcast channel is a team of people who make the content come to life, and here in 2022, almost every aspect is driven by computer technology. These live production environments rely on multi-server, multi-PC and multimonitor infrastructure, where people take control through our default peripherals; the keyboard and mouse.
In this session, we discuss how WNYC and Broadcast Bionics together delivered continuity of both content and creativity during the challenges of the pandemic and how workflows pioneered, lessons learned and technologies tested under lockdown will inform the creative and technical design of future production facilities.
The origin of scarcity was the impact of the pandemic, which drove increasing demand for some resources (components, talent, energy, etc.) while disrupting their supply. This scarcity has been recently exacerbated by the conflict in Ukraine, which has further strained global supply chains and pushed up inflation. This is a risk to all businesses, including media tech suppliers.
MediaTech Radar is a bi-weekly newsletter put together by IABM’s Head of Knowledge Lorenzo Zanni. It focuses on a spotlight topic in MediaTech and reflects on a series of past, present, and future business developments in the industry. In this edition, our spotlight topic is Content Creation and Production.