In this IABM TV interview, David Colantuoni (VP Product Management, Avid) discusses the newly launched NEXIS | EDGE and its key features.
In this IABM TV interview, Toni Vilalta Boqué (Global Product Manager, VSN) discusses the main news on VSN’s products and some major trends in the industry such as remote workflows.
In the last few years, the creator economy has boomed, with an increasing number of people worldwide pursuing their passions and sharing the content they create on various user-generated content platforms such as YouTube, Spotify, or TikTok. This Briefing aims to delve into the forces shaping the growth of the creator economy and its implications for media and technology.
Benjamin Lardinoit (CEO & Co-Founder, On-Hertz) discusses virtualization & production workflows.
Awarded with a PhD following his study at King's College, University of London, Dr Esen Bayar has over 30 years’ experience in satellite communication systems and hardware design and development. Esen joined ETL via a management buy-in in June 2003. He is engaged in developing ETL's operational procedures and technologies, which have played a pivotal role in transforming ETL into a global leader in RF engineering.
In the past five years, media technology providers have developed innovative solutions to solve significant challenges that come with cloud-based video production.
Live sport is one of the most watched content genres and in an era where on-demand and non-linear viewing is edging out linear, it continues to buck the trend. Fans at home want a live experience that is better than being at the stadium, with multiple camera angles and immersive sound. Clubs and sports leagues also want their content to reach as many fans around the globe as possible – online, on linear and on social media.
NDI (Network Device Interface) from Vizrt Group is the world's most widely adopted, software-defined IP video standard. The free-to-download platform allows everyone to easily share high-quality, low-latency video with anyone — live and in real-time — using billions of available internet-connected devices. At its core, NDI 5 moves video, audio, and data across any global, wireless, mobile or local network; between cameras; mobile devices; computers; and other production equipment.
There is no doubt media convergence is happening. Audiences for linear television and media are decreasing slowly, and we expect a collapse in the near future as audiences shift rapidly from traditional to connected media. Using radio as an example, in the UK recent data from RAJAR (Radio Joint Audience Research) shows a dramatic 40% drop in listening hours by 14-19 year olds.
In the fast-paced world of live video production, broadcasters and OTT providers are always looking for ways to accelerate their workflows while controlling costs. SaaS-based solutions are just what the doctor ordered.