A new way of thinking and working is required across all aspects of the value chain — from media production to transportation. Together with industry experts we explore the evolution of remote production and switch across to cloud and IP-led media channels and business models.
We throw light on the transformation taking place pre-covid and share an number of real world case studies including the Alpine Ski event with SVT and key points of a IP Remote production study.
Our panelists reveal their future vision of cloud and IP led media channels for broadcasters, corporate and social media – along with how to accommodate changing viewer behaviours.
As the AoIP debate continues to confuse and delight in equal measure, what is clear is different scenarios require specific solutions. So is there a solution that encompasses open standards and existing proven AoIP technologies to the benefit of all?
Video shouldn’t cost the earth – a a discussion around the specially commissioned report from Blackbird looking at reducing the climate impact from TV and video production
The environment has shot to the top of everyone’s agenda over recent months, and our industry has a part to play in protecting it. In this session, we will look at sustainable production models – what we are doing and what more we can do to achieve more sustainability? And how do you really measure it? – every company it seems has different standards; so what are media companies expecting from tech suppliers? A panel session gets to the heart of the matter.
How SMPTE’s latest delivery standard can save you space, money and time. Covers:
- Core constraints and applications.
- What’s in an IMF package.
- How IMF works.
- Who IMF is right for.
An introduction to the video over IP standard that’s taking the industry by storm. Discover:
- How NDI compression works.
- The benefits of NDI over other IP standards.
- Key NDI software and hardware.
- The day one experience of NDI.
Solid State Logic (SSL) successfully participated in the Spring 2020 JT-NM Tested program, with the HC Bridge SRC and other devices from the SSL Network I/O range included in the “JT-NM Self-Tested” catalogue for ST 2110.
Apple recently announced their shift to the M1 chip, part of an ongoing trend to replace the long-standing x86 CPU with customized ARM processors. Microsoft and other OEMs have also been releasing an increasing number of devices powered by ARM chips, such as the Surface. While this change might not necessitate concern in consumer circles, software providers are certainly taking notice.
IABM Media Tech Trends reports annually track the adoption of specific emerging technologies within the broadcast and media sector. The purpose of these reports is to enable member companies to better understand the drivers of emerging technologies’ adoption within customer organizations. This should provide member companies more tools to better address the challenges lying ahead, from new product development to marketing strategy. These reports contain a discussion on the state of adoption of the emerging technology in broadcast and media as well as an analysis of significant customer deployments.
NMOS is the great simplifier to building IP production facilities based on SMPTE 2110 infrastructure. So join Imagine’s IP Standards Guru John Mailhot for a quick skill-up on these hardworking specifications that could save you weeks of heavy lifting on your IP deployment.