Ivanka Vassileva is CEO and co-founder of systems integration specialist PBT EU, offering customised solutions to the broadcast, media, and AV language services industries. Products include the EXEcutor™ broadcast server line, subtitling platform SubtitleNEXT, and Profuz Digital’s business process management system LAPIS.
iNDEMAND distributes premium Video-on-Demand (VOD) and Pay Per View (PPV) entertainment to more than 200 North American TV operators, with a reach of more than 60 million homes. This includes movies, TV shows, events, boxing, wrestling, MMA, and digital out-of-market subscription professional sports packages for MLB, NBA, NHL, and MLS.
IABM Journal 110Published Q3 2019Journal is the IABM Magazine released every quarter that covers hot topics within the industry. It is distributed widely throughout the industry.Contents:(Click the links to view individual articles)New IABM Members' Board Directors elected for 2019 - 2021Getting members more engagedAll about IBC 2019The media industry todayLet's Help to Keep News FactualThe impact of technology changes on skills requirements - a recruiter's viewNew Audio Business Report identifies key drivers of changeSpecial Report: Manage - the next moveAPAC region updateEMEA and UK region updateMEA region updateBusiness Transformation - Embracing SaaSNorth America region updateInnovation in full flow across the BaM Content Chain® - the future is bright!Forging the bond between vendor and userCreative Collaboration: Red Bee Media and NendaInsolvency: Recognising the warning signsM&A: Dalet acquires Ooyala Flex Media PlatformRip-Tie - cable management solutions for the broadcast industryEmbrionix: Enabling the Future of IPOracle - business innovation partner for broadcast and mediaIABM DC 2019 Global Market Valuation and Strategy ReportIABM Annual International Business Conference and Awards 2019
This 1 day course is presented for a fixed price at your premises. The 1-day training plan has been put together to provide a cost effective way to address the often overlooked basics of the broadcast industry and its technology whilst also having a positive impact on staff morale by encouraging back-office/admin staff to be included in the initial session(s).
All sessions are presenter-led with the 3rd ‘technology primer’ session being a lot less formal with scope for wider discussions and frequent tangential topics. There is no upper limit to the number of attendees for each session but the later technical one is more effective when limited to a maximum of 10 people to allow for questions to be adequately addressed.
IP video systems need more than standards and cool new software to run smoothly, they need properly trained engineers and technicians to design and maintain them. Wes Simpson (Presenter, MEDIA 180 INC) presents a case study of the hands-on training program used by a major broadcast services provider to educate its existing staff.
The IABM Supply Trends Report biannually tracks financial performance and trends in the media technology sector. The purpose of this report is to enable IABM member companies to benchmark their own performance within the industry and track emerging trends in the supply side of media technology.
IABM Training Head, Andy Jones, hosts a panel discussion about IABM Training and Skills within the Broadcast and Media Industry at IBC 2017