You don’t need to be Nostradamus to work out that linear TV will one day go the way of Monty Python’s parrot: it will cease to be. The timing, however, is less predictable. Because unlike Python’s Norwegian Blue, scheduled TV continues to provide meaningful company in our living rooms. It will inevitably fall from its perch, but with a sizeable audience still feeding it, there’s plenty of life in the old thing yet. As legacy media inches towards a digital-only world, the prolonged squawk of scheduled TV is a major complication. Companies need to deliver for today while planning for a different tomorrow.
Hammerspace: BaM Shortlist – Manage
Hammerspace is a software-defined data solution providing unified file access and automated data orchestration spanning otherwise incompatible storage silos from any vendor, across one or multiple locations, clouds, and cloud regions.
Removing barriers to creativity at A+E Networks UK
Faced with ageing infrastructure that was impacting the creative team’s ability to deliver, A+E UK turned to Blue Lucy to provide a solution that put production needs first.
Supplier Panel at CABSAT 22
Supplier panel made up of IABM Members Red Bee Media, Skyline and Techex.
Together in electric streams: Why creative collaboration is the key to OTT growth
As streaming platforms establish themselves as consumers’ preferred route for video content, more and more media organisations are going OTT. CTOs are discovering that success hinges on multi- vendor collaboration across the delivery chain.
Embracing new technology so workflows, content & creativity flourish
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.
Collaboration – A Key Aspect for Any Digital Transformation Project
We live in exceptional times that offer us almost unlimited possibilities and opportunities, but these also come with plenty of entirely new challenges. The unexpected will be inevitable in our fast-paced future, and each ICT media company and broadband service provider needs to be ready to deal with this.
Collaborating on Hybrid Workflows to meet Content Demand
There have been two key factors which have accelerated the move away from linear TV towards digital platforms. The first is the explosion of on-demand access.
Bitcentral’s Create is a demonstration of enhancing the collaborative production for companies across the media supply chain, including broadcasters, corporations, and other organizations collaborating on video projects.