Daniel Fenton (Sales Director, Europe, Middle East & Africa – Sony New Media Solutions UK) gives his predictions for the Broadcast & Media Industry in 2021.
Hear how Sony NMS have built Ven.ue as a true SaaS designed to solve pain points for short and long term goals.
In this IABM TV interview, Kunal Shah (VP, Software Engineering & Architecture, Sony NMS) discusses Sony’s history in supply chain solutions and the creation of Sony NMS.
With case studies and customers across the ‘direct to consumer’ value chain discussing their issues, their solutions and their plans for the future, this on-demand event gives you actionable insight into how OTT/streaming media is driving unprecedented SVOD viewing as consumers turn to OTT services to acclimatise to social distancing.
Sony NMS Ven.ue offers content distribution solutions in a variety of models based on a customer’s distribution needs. This includes content distribution to multiple endpoints (i.e. Sony Pictures assets in and distributed out to iTunes, Amazon, Netflix, etc.) as well as content aggregation on behalf of a single endpoint (I.e. sourcing of SPE, NBCU, Fox, etc. assets in and distributed to Google Play platform).
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Remote production has been on everyone’s lips for some time and, in addition to cost savings, promises unprecedented flexibility and creativity in almost all production situations. The simultaneous introduction of IP-based video and audio infrastructures acts as an additional catalyst in the broadcast industry and accelerates the trend. But how far is the industry actually adopting this?
Peter Sykes (Strategic Technology Development Manager, Sony Professional Solutions Europe) discusses the new Intelligent Media Services Range from Sony
Rob Porter, Project Manager at Sony, presents how to get stated with NMOS IS-04 & IS-05 at the IP Theatre at the NAB Show 2018
For decades working broadcast for ENG/EB camera operators was challenging: leaving the left hand on the focus ring all times – while making focal length corrections with the zoom rocker controlled by the right hand.
As Les Anderson, global CSO & vice president cyber-security at BT, succinctly put it in his keynote: “It’s too easy to do badness.” His opening line at the entertaining and informative IABM cyber-security event, held at the imposing BT Tower, set the scene nicely for the myriad cyber-threats every business is now facing. And Anderson knows better than most, having spent 16 years as deputy director at the UK’s intelligence and security operation, GCHQ, prior to taking up the security reins at BT.